Are you still reeling from that April Fools’ Day prank pulled by a Happy Endings writer toying with our emotions about a possible reunion? Is it that you just miss the sage advice and exhuberance of Penny Hartz? This week in ladymags we look at the ladymag queen herself, Oprah, through the eyes of our […]
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Preserve According to Kelly Kapoor
I know that picking on Blake Lively’s Preserve is pretty low-hanging fruit, just purely based on its lack of self-awareness and obvious attempts at recreating the eliteness of goop while also trying to be the All-American every girl and failing at all of this. This is why this week’s “Ladymags According to…” features someone who […]
Does anyone else miss the dreamiest of dream teams, Taystee & Poussey as much as I do? Ever since Netflix dropped the trailer for season 3 of Orange is the New Black, all I can think about is how great those two are at everything, mostly friendship.
We’re back for another week of ladymag recaps featuring our favorite women from the most dysfunctional fictional precinct on television. This week, let’s look at some self-improvement from the inside out with Self magazine and embrace the fact we will never quite sort it out. Time to guess what Gina, Amy, and Rosa would have […]
Good Housekeeping According to Liz Lemon
Liz Lemon: night cheese connoisseur, eye roll aficionado and possibly one of the worst homemakers, ever. This week, we look at the holy grail of home-based everything, Good Housekeeping with our fearless heroine Liz guiding us through the appropriate reactions to some of their top headlines. Godspeed, Liz Lemon.
InStyle According to Donna Meagle
Alas, Parks & Recreation is over, but the infinite wisdom from the most royal of queens lives on in gif form. I speak of the ever stylish and awesome, Donna Meagle. This week in ladymags, let’s see what Donna would (probably) have to say about about some top articles from InStyle.
Glamour According to Tia and Tamera
It’s time for another week of ladymag headlines, this time with the help of our favorite ’90s sitcom twins. No, not those girls, I’m talking about Tia and Tamera from Sister, Sister.
Vogue According to Shirley Bennett
Vogue magazine, never change. Usually their headlines are amazing, and this week, Community‘s underrated comedienne, businesswoman and mother, Shirley Bennett takes them to task.
Cosmo According to Abbi and Ilana
Ever look at a magazine rack and wonder what your favorite fictional characters would be into? No? Well, I have.