I’m Diane, I’m 25. I blog about anything that strikes my fancy, but I am mostly a pop culture nut. Here you’ll find mostly random ramblings, they will usually be TV related but sometimes I will post whatever strikes my fancy. Eventually I’ll get a grip on this and have actual features. But for now here is some info about me: Odds are you’ve landed here because you follow me in the twitterverse (@toobaddiane) or you follow my reviews on @filmthrasher and @thedailyheynow. OR you’re really cool and just found this and think I am going to be interesting.
I am in the middle of a self-proclaimed quarter life crisis which caused me to quit my cozy job in the ever evolving telecom industry to work as an assistant in media buying. (This guy I was once crushing on told told me it wasn’t a quarter life crisis because I had a plan, but I don’t think having a plan really annuls the fact I quit my job on a whim and decided to just wing it.) I have been on a weight loss journey (which I will probably post about here) since May and have lost close to 30 pounds. I also attribute this to my quarter life crisis but in a healthier, better way. I watch a lot of television and that hasn’t changed since I was a latch key kid growing up. I’m happily married to my TiVo and I tweet a lot. I wish I had some great story about how I live with my equally amazing husband and our cats, but I don’t. I am a perpetually single gal who can’t seem to find any luck in the romance department. Essentially I am one of a million women who live in the urban jungle of New York who just can’t seem to get it together. Some of us laugh about it, some of us write blogs about it. I am one of those people. I guess you can say I am every woman, it’s all in me?
I hate when I type lyrics as filler when I run out of ideas.
I also live in New York City with my TiVo, my computer and a collection of random pop culture items including Matryoshka’s and Mugs.
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Hey I read a few of your pieces on here and I’ve found you to be a very funny girl (Perpetual Single Gal had me smiling the whole way through). One request though — we need more blogs from you. Your readers can’t deal with one article every six months so step your game up and give me something to read. I’d like more of a glimpse of the world as you see it.