This is slightly strange to me because I usually solve my own problems, but I would like some help right about now because my friends have no idea what to tell me and I don't want to screw something up. I'm a freshman guy ... More →
Hey there, Auntie!
So, there's a guy that I like (shocker!), and after admitting our mutual feelings for each other, we've been "going out" for about 3 months now. By "going out", I mean going over to his house every day and having furious hour-long makeout ... More →
Due to some strange series of events I made new friends. The problem is, they aren't like any of my old friends. My friends and I are nerds who don't do dangerous things or get into any trouble and these new guys, who I ... More →
As a person who's interested in fashion, I have an absolutely ridiculous weakness for movies that involve elaborate, vintage-specific costuming. For real: even if a film is the dullest, schlockiest, most poorly-executed piece of crap ever to come out of Hollywood, if it features characters ... More →
If you're still scrambling for something—anything!—that will allow you to express your heartfelt sentiments to the special people in your life, don't panic. I GOT THIS. And by "this," I mean "Valentines for every occasion." (Just scroll down, right-click, and select "Sav More →
DEEEAAAAR Auntie Sparknotes.
Hi. Well, I'm not sure that my question warrants a proper reply, especially compared to some of the rest of the problems that my dear fellow Sparklers have, but I thought you might be able to offer some of your always amazing advice.
So. ... More →
I am a Freshman in college, and in one of my classes we are reading and researching the Holocaust. No big deal, right, and a very good thing to be studying. However, I have a bit of a problem in this topic...
I ... More →
I have this problem: my Grandma is in town for a few days.
I know that might not seem like a huge ordeal, because she is my grandma and I love her to death, but she has Alzheimer's and to be honest, it annoys the ... More →
I used to be really, really good friends with this awesome guy. We'd talk for hours on end, and life was good. I was head over heels for him. (This is where anyone who's reading this sighs in disgust. Just bear with me.) I ... More →
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.