Jennifer Giglio

Girl Talk: After 30 Years On The Run, I Finally Learned How To Stay Still

I was 5 years old the first time I threw on a pair of heels, packed a suitcase and informed my mother that I was moving out. At age 10, I boarded a plane to swim camp and never looked back. My father, worried, followed me on board to make sure I was fine—I wa…
By: Jennifer Giglio / November 15, 2010

Girl Talk: My Triple-D Disaster

The world laughed when Heidi Montag said that she felt like she was trapped in her own body because of her enormo breast implants. But I totally understand what she's talking about. At 25, I had lost a large amount of weight and my body fat percentage was drastically reduced in a short…
By: Jennifer Giglio / October 27, 2010

Girl Talk: My “I Do” Nightmare

“Shut up, shut up, shut up!” I squealed, wondering inwardly why those were the only words I could muster. I placed my hands on Alex’s trembling shoulders and pulled him to his feet. “Of course,” I whispered, accepting his proposal. As we clung to one another, spectators faded away and elation swelled.
By: Jennifer Giglio / August 24, 2010

Girl Talk: Losing My Job Was Good For Me

"We’ve restructured your job and structured you out of it," Louis said quickly, as though this thought were all one word. Immediately, I felt the floor drop and ceiling soar, while I, not tethered to either, floated between. I was surprised, though I’d foreseen this bad news; I‘d brought an empty brown duffel bag to…
By: Jennifer Giglio / August 13, 2010