Manhattan is full of celebrities but in unlike in sunny LA where the paparazzi are following their every move, they are hard to spot. Manhattan's celebrities are spotted by the 1.5 million people that occupy the tiny little island and those people report back to Gawker Stalker. Everyday, you can find out where Anna Wintor ate dinner last night or what movie Mary-Kate Olson saw at 7:30 on July 23th (The Dark Knight).
Not only can you find an apartment, furniture and a part-time gig on Craigslist, you can also find out if that hot guy from the A train was checking you out too, thanks to Missed Connections. Craigslisters post reverse personal ads on the site, describing the person they found attractive and asking that person to describe them in the hope they will respond and make a connections. And if reading these personal ads excites you, also check out Misconnecting in the City. Single New Yorkers write their own missed connections, respond to missed connections and blog about it.
I just discovered this blog, like yesterday. Seriously. And I'm obsessed. In one day Jezebel covers everything from John McCain's campaign to The Real Housewives of Atlanta (Thank you in advance Bravo!). I'd even argue that Jezebel is somewhat educational for those of us who like our celebrity gossip with a side of substance. And honestly, how can you not love a blog with a contributor that goes by the name Slut Machine? I mean, come on, that's great!
I don't consider myself a fashionista at all. Getting dressed for work in the morning is my least favorite thing to do. I sometimes wish I could wear a uniform. Oh, how I miss my pleated skirt. I do however, love looking at fashion, clothing, accessories, shoes, etc. FabSugar covers the high-end designers and the more budget-friendly ones with almost hourly updates. If FabSugar doesn't strike your fancy, check out one of the other SugarNetwork sites: Popsugar, BellaSugar and BuzzSugar are a few of my favorites.
I hope these hold you over for the rest of the day Working Girls. It's not even time for lunch and I'm already bored.