Danielle Williams

Bio

In May 2015, Danielle graduated from Rowan University with a major in public relations and minor in journalism. After enjoying one last summer of freedom, she accepted a position as a Project Coordinator at an advertising agency in Parsippany, NJ. When she's not working, she can be found singing karaoke at a local pub, playing or watching soccer, and wholeheartedly ignoring responsibilities.

Why I Hope The First Guy I Ever Bring Home To My Parents Is The Last

By Danielle Williams
I know this headline must be jarring and you probably have a lot of assumptions. Before you jump to conclusions about my “naive” thoughts on bringing my boyfriend home for the first time, I feel the need to clarify a few things: 1. I am not a…

The Broke Girl’s Guide To Traveling In Luxury, Salary Be Damned

By Danielle Williams
Graduating from college and being slammed with bill after bill is the wake-up call every young adult dreads. We gallivant around our respective campuses, forgetting that in less than four years, we will be bombarded with responsibilities and less…

6 Things All People Who Know Who They Are Have In Common

By Danielle Williams
I hate seeing people I care about struggle with the fact they aren't totally happy with the direction their life is going. Most of us are in our early 20s, just a couple years out of college. So why do we all think we need to have our lives figured…

Why I Always Feel Bad For The Guy At The End Of Any Relationship

By Danielle Williams
Many girls dream of being in their 20s and dating the most perfect guy who they'll wed in the near future. We imagine what our kids will look like, what sports they'll play and what activities they'll excel at. We plan every detail of our lives…

I've Never Been In A Relationship Because I'm Always The Rebound Girl

By Danielle Williams
One of my guilty pleasures is the movie, "27 Dresses." Katherine Heigl's character, Jane, selflessly lends a hand to what seems like every woman she's ever met. I mean, seriously, who is close enough to be a bridesmaid or maid of honor for 27…

4 Reasons You Should GTFO Of Your 'Comfortable' Relationship

By Danielle Williams
After being invested in one person for more than two years, it's not easy to accept the fact that you need to move on. Starting over calls for a lot of effort, and very little comfort. For the first time in a long time, you need to try to get to…

5 Ways To Be There For A Friend Who Can't Find A Full-Time Job

By Danielle Williams
After college graduation, life hits you fast and hard. You're pressured to find a job, pay more bills and take on a load of responsibility. Hundreds of thousands (maybe even millions), of Millennials are graduating at the same time in your area and…

Being 'Girlfriend Material' In The Age of The Hook-Up Culture Sucks

By Danielle Williams
I'm at a family barbecue, enjoying my summer shandy when my aunt asks if I'm seeing anyone. It's every Millennial's worst nightmare. Can we get through one family gathering without talking about our love lives? I'm reminded weekly that my love life…

36 Thoughts You Have When You're Too Nice To Reject Someone

By Danielle Williams
It's a dog-eat-dog world when you're in the dating pool. You can't be too picky, but don't want to settle either. If you take too long to make a move, a less attractive predator will pounce on your prey. (Subtle confidence booster: they're always…

6 Dos and Don'ts Of Being There For Someone Who's Experienced Domestic Abuse

By Danielle Williams
At some point in our lives, we've all felt powerless. We've looked at a friend in trouble and had no way to help. More often than not, when someone learns their friend is in a violent relationship, they freeze. What do they say? What do they do?…

4 Ways To Make A Vacation Possible If You're Living With Student Loan Debt

By Danielle Williams
If I had a dollar for every time someone told me, “travel while you're young,” I'd have enough money to actually travel while I'm young. Coming out of college, I was over $100,000 in the hole, and I'll be working for over 15 years before I can say…