AScandalouslyFabulousLife Announces Its’ Un-Whine With Us Series

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ASFL Media, the site focused on life, love and everything that happens in between, understands that sometimes nothing helps more than whining, raving, and b*#$hing about what gets you going. Thus, ASFL wants users to join them on their social media pages to let it all out.

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By griping, lol-ing, and letting loose on our social media pages, users are more likely to walk away with a smile, maybe even a SMH moment!

A Scandalously Fabulous Life wants users to join us on Facebook, or Twitter to let it all out.

That’s right! The site understands that one of the keys to good mental health is to vent, to share, to laugh out loud. Now, this can be done on the site's social media pages. So twice a week, and any other time of ASFL's choosing, users will be encouraged to use these methods.

Every Monday, the site’s ‘B*#$h Line Monday’ is open. So before users start their week, they can gripe about the long week ahead, reveal how their over-partying, or too much leisure time with family made them procrastinate on a project. They can share about the mean boss, the crazy know it all, or the kiss-up they have to face when they return to work.

It’s sweet torture on users as they share in the misery of others, reveling at the fact that their job may not be as bad when compared to others. Because misery loves company, this only makes for more laugh out loud, head shaking times. In this way, users don’t have to worry about posting their frustrations on their personal pages where the likelihood of being fired is just too risky. ASFL takes the pressure off. By griping, lol-ing, and letting loose--within reason--on the site's social media pages, they're more likely to walk away with a smile, maybe even a SMH moment!

Not only that! Users can also unwind and let the craziness fly every Wednesday to talk about their Hump Day experiences. This series asks: “What Hump(s) Are You Trying To Get Over Or Under?” So whether answers are work-related or—ahem—more of a sexual nature, it doesn’t matter. ASFL wants to hear it all!

CEO, Founder, and No Crying For Elena author, N. Meridian writes, “Although so many are almost paranoid about what they post on social media, our social media series, our ‘Bitch Line Monday’ and ‘Hump Day’ series may help users feel less censored. We hope instead that they’ll use the sites as a way to clear their thoughts so that they can move forward with all the things they need to accomplish while having a little gripe time and fun in the process.”

As if that weren’t enough, users can use the series to take advantage of the site’s off the wall platform. Besides, by sharing their experiences, they may unintentionally help others in their personal journeys to live a scandalously fabulous life. Bottom line, share, share, share your misery, share your happiness, or share whatever gets you going.

The point is the SF community embraces the quirkier side of life. So why not join us?

By the way, our ‘Weirdly Delicious Contest' is still in full swing, so don’t forget to upload your entries. Check out the site for more details on how to earn $50.

About A Scandalously Fabulous Life:
A Scandalously Fabulous Life is a digital media company seeking to compel users to not just live life—they should indulge in it—because anyone can be scandalously fabulous. We seek to inspire and enlighten users, compelling them to affect change in their lives when they find that they are unhappy with any aspect of it through witty, engaging and thought-provoking articles and video content.

No matter what people are going through, we hope to help others live a scandalously fabulous life. You can visit us at

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