Is it okay to text bad news? What do you do if you and your intended already have hyphenated last names? Is it gauche to take home leftovers from a four-star restaurant? Should you admit you are getting your MBA online? Is it okay to ask a lesbian how she got pregnant? Who gets the dog in the divorce? Is an anti-wrinkle cream that is made of pig collagen kosher?
You will always have a clue with expert advice from:
Badgley Mischka, designers Mark Badgley and James Mischka Rick Bayless, chef Colin Cowie, event producer Bethenny Frankel, author and star of The Real Housewives of New York City Arianna Huffington, editor in chief of The Huffington Post Daniel Jones, editor of the New York Times “Modern Love” column Louis Licari, hairstylist Danny Meyer, restaurateur Marion Nestle, nutritionist Carley Roney, cofounder of TheKnot.com Paul Saffo, technology forecaster and futurist Pepper Schwartz, Ph.D., sociologist and relationship expert Deborah Tannen, language expert Erik Torkells, editor for TripAdvisor.com
Plus a dean of admissions, a leading dermatologist, a dog trainer, a founder of an online dating site, and other experts on what to do when no one has a clue.
What to Do When No One Has a Clue by Stephanie Pierson and Barbara Harrison