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About Susan Goldfein

Born and raised in New York City, Susan currently splits her time between Florida and Connecticut. She lives with her husband, and the world’s cutest dog, Sam, a rough-coat Russell Terrier. Susan gives her audiences a sideways view of life on a range of relatable topics. Whether skewering marriage, growing older, fashion, the media, politics, or money matters, her light touch keeps people laughing – and thinking.

Is Your Email Address Telling on You?

Are you reluctant to share your age? Are you reluctant to share your email address? If you answered “yes” to the first question, and “no” to the second, and are an AOL user, you’re screwed! According to the popular wisdom proffered by millennials and beyond, if AOL appears after the @, you are fat, over

By |2019-04-30T13:44:54+00:00April 30th, 2019|Categories: Aging, Technology|13 Comments

A Modest Proposal

I would like to have a conversation about bare-chested men.  And no, this topic did not arise from some erotic fantasy in which I was a castaway on a deserted island with Vladimir Putin.  But rather, a reality that I have confronted on a rather regular basis now that the weather has heated up here

By |2019-04-15T13:57:46+00:00April 15th, 2019|Categories: Anatomy, Men|8 Comments

Flipping Out

The other evening, I accidentally discovered a new link to my inner child.  I lost my front tooth.  Or, as my dentist exclaimed, “My dear, you have fractured your incisor.”  Call it what you will, I now have a gaping space in my mouth that is aligned with my left nostril, and completely visible when

By |2019-04-16T14:30:06+00:00February 28th, 2019|Categories: Anatomy, Dentists|11 Comments

Notorious SBA

Raise your hand if you know that today is the birthday of Susan B. Anthony.  As I thought.  Only one hand raised, and it’s mine.  Or maybe there was one other hand raised somewhere in the back row.  What a responsibility it has been all these years to be the only person in the room

By |2019-04-16T14:32:37+00:00February 15th, 2019|Categories: Women's History|15 Comments