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So my new column – called BLANK (we’ll get to that in a second) – will run every week in Time Out’s print edition and at the following URL –

Look, this will be my fourth dating column (the first three being The Georgetown Hoya’s "Sex on the Hilltop", COED magazine’s "Sex Editor", and am New York’s "The Dating Life"), and my fifth column overall (yes, I wrote one my senior year in my high school paper. You’ll also get two dating advice books of your choice.

For the past two months (since I stopped writing AM New York’s dating column), I know you’ve all been wandering about, aimlessly lost, devoid of direction or purpose, unable to think clearly, steadfastly bewildered, scared and alone, muddled and nonplussed, hopeless and … Anyway, you probably wondered to yourself, "Self, where should I get all my dating advice now that Julia no longer writes an actual dating column and instead just posts photos of herself on her blog, not smiling in the exact same way every single time??

" Well, Self – Your Self, that is – the brilliant weekly magazine Time Out New York has come to your rescue, and by "your" of course I mean mostly my ex-boyfriends, who are relieved that now I’ll have to go on dates with new men instead of emailing the old ones at 2 am to wonder angrily why they’re taking other women to Jamaica and Dubai and London and the Bahamas, even if I did dump (most of) them in the first place. It’s not like I gave them permission to actually enjoy life without me.) Right.

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