Ladies and Gents, Singles and Couples, Meet Charmed: The Dating Advice App Ya Need If You’re out There Swiping

Hi, hello, life update – this New Yorker is an official resident of Missoula, MON FUCKING TANA. Ummm, what. It’s been a hellluva four months here and I’m excited to share some news. *drum rollllll* I’ve joined the lovely startup team at Charmed as their VP of Communications and I want Y’ALL TO KNOW ABOUT IT. It’s a dating ADVICE app – NOT ANOTHER DATING APP, THERE ARE SO MANY I CANNOT KEEP UP OMG. I’m, like, literally about to join the farmers one – maybe this city girl can get down with a hoe. JOKES GUYS, JOKES.

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ANYWAY, Charmed is an ADVICE app designed to help online daters easily share their dating matches’ profiles, conversations, and more with their closest friends. Unlike dating apps including Tinder and Bumble, Charmed INTEGRATES with these popular apps, allowing users to bring their friends into both new and existing conversations. A kind of ‘Phone a Friend’ for dating apps, Charmed is for those who have matches but can’t seem to get past the cliché one-liners to score an actual date.

AKA it’s hella cool and y’all need to download it NOW and ADD ME so that you can help me talk to ALL MY DAMN MATCHES WHO APPARENTLY DON’T ACTUALLY EVER WANT TO TALK TO ME OR MEET ME. Major ugh.

Whether you’re in a relationship and looking to help your friends, or you’re the one in need of some witty conversation starters, Charmed offers a unique platform for LITCHRALLY, everyone, AS THEY SAY IN LONDON.

So, heck, that is my Charmed spiel.

I also run the Insta account, which ya can check out HERE.

Spread kindness and cheer, xo
Jackie

P.S. I adopted a cat from the Humane Society of Western Montana; her name is Dolores (where my Seinfeld fans at?!?!?!) and omgoodness I need to do a blog about my road trip from Michigan to Montana because WOW it was fun and interesting and lonely and not lonely and AMAZING.

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MY LITTLE MEOWING MUFFIN, DOLORES 

 

 

The Love of a Dog

The Love of a Dog
If you know me, you know I love dogs. I mean most people say they love dogs, but I really LOVE dogs.
Nothing warms my heart more than a pup.

I got my first dog, Sammy, when I was a young lad in elementary school; he passed away while I was in college. I miss that little rascal! Shortly after we got Sammy, we took in another miniature pinscher named Emmett. Though they were of the same breed they each had very distinct personalities and I loved them both so much.

Emmett passed away in Oct. 2013. While losing Sammy was extremely hard, the fact that we still had Emmett lessened the pain. He became my BFF. To live in a house without a dog felt eerie. I hated it.

Some people lose dogs and are unable to ever have another for fear of having to endure the pain of loss over and over again.

I’m not one of those people. Nor is my dad.

So in November of 2013 we took in an adorable pup (also a miniature pinscher — my dad refuses to break from the breed) and I named him Rudolph. He’s more popular than me – check out his Instagram here.

But this post is not about Rudolph, it’s about Emmett. Today would’ve been his 15th birthday and as a tribute I’d like to share a few photos of him.

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If you don’t own a dog, at least one, there is not necessarily anything wrong with you, but there may be something wrong with your life.