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Auntie SparkNotes: Crushy Convos

By kat_rosenfieldJanuary 26, 2011
Dear Auntie, I started talking to this boy, and I find I'm really liking him. I'm pretty sure he doesn't despise me, and he invited me to a concert by a band we both like. My problem really is that the more I like him, the ... More  →
Auntie SparkNotes: Crushy Convos

How to Dance: The Illustrated Guide

By kat_rosenfieldJanuary 26, 2011
Here's one for the No Fun File: earlier this month, a Vermont school was forced to cancel its Winter Ball due to slow ticket sales... which, in turn, was a direct result of the principal telling kids that they couldn't grind at the dance. BOOOOO. ... More  →
How to Dance: The Illustrated Guide

Auntie SparkNotes: A Brief Guide To Getting (Public) Schooled

By kat_rosenfieldJanuary 25, 2011
Dear Auntie Sparknotes, I have a problem. A rather large problem (for me, at least). See, I've been homeschooled all my life, but because of recent family issues, I'm going to public school next year. This might not sound so scary to you, but frankly, I'm ... More  →
Auntie SparkNotes: A Brief Guide To Getting (Public) Schooled

Auntie SparkNotes: Pretty Little Manklers

By kat_rosenfieldJanuary 24, 2011
Dear Auntie Sparknotes, I am a teenage guy, and I have a question about my girlfriend. I have read Sparklife articles about everything in relationships from flirting to kissing to deciding when to do the horizontal naked dance, but those aren't about my question. My question ... More  →
Auntie SparkNotes: Pretty Little Manklers

Ask Kat: The Misunderstood Introvert

By kat_rosenfieldJanuary 21, 2011
Hi Kat, I am a freshman in college and I have a bit of a problem. I am not a very outgoing person and like to think of myself as very independent. I don't need a big group of friends around me all the time to ... More  →
Ask Kat: The Misunderstood Introvert

Auntie SparkNotes: A Deadly Game of Dookie

By kat_rosenfieldJanuary 21, 2011
Hi Auntie, So, me and this guy dated, let's just call him Andrew. Andrew had a girlfriend for six months before he met me, and our first conversations were mostly about her. He cared about her so much, but he talked about how annoying she was ... More  →
Auntie SparkNotes: A Deadly Game of Dookie

SparkStyle: Snow Day!

By kat_rosenfieldJanuary 21, 2011
Mother Nature dumped several inches of white, fluffy wondersnow on New York City last night... which meant that this morning, I woke up to a harsh winter truth. Namely: when it comes to cold, slushy days, fashion and function don't mix. This is an ongoing problem ... More  →
SparkStyle: Snow Day!

Auntie SparkNotes: DIBS!

By kat_rosenfieldJanuary 19, 2011
Dear Auntie, I'm very close with my best friend. We tell each other pretty much everything. She currently likes two guys. One likes her back, and the other likes me, and I like him as well. She won't let me tell him that I like him ... More  →
Auntie SparkNotes: DIBS!

Auntie SparkNotes: When Nice Guys Are Girls

By kat_rosenfieldJanuary 18, 2011
Dear Auntie Sparknotes, So theres this guy (isn't there always?). He's nice, funny, cute (yada yada yada), the picture of the perfect cliche crush. We share similar interests, friend groups, world views. Never before have I met a guy so easy to talk to. I would ... More  →
Auntie SparkNotes: When Nice Guys Are Girls

Auntie SparkNotes: A Very Potter Problem

By kat_rosenfieldJanuary 14, 2011
Dear Auntie, I’m really stuck. Here’s my dilemma: One of my friends who I became close to just a year ago has been planning a trip to her mountain house at the end of January with a big group of our friends since November. Although she’s ... More  →
Auntie SparkNotes: A Very Potter Problem
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kat_rosenfield

Kat Rosenfield is a writer, illustrator, advice columnist, YA author, and enthusiastic licker of that plastic liner that comes inside a box of Cheez-Its. She loves zombies and cats. She hates zombie cats. Follow her on Twitter or Tumblr @katrosenfield.

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