Celebrity lifestyle blogs tend to be little more than bragging and holier-than-thou advice (
The "Jersey Shore" star officially launched her site, jwoww.com, today. Covering "Shore" news (including live chats with JWOWW, relationship advice and a pets section (!), it's an accessible look into Farley's life that shockingly down-to-earth.
JWOWW calls the site "my personal venting space, therapist office and collection of things I am currently obsessed with."
"Hey guidettes (and guidos too)!" she begins her welcome letter.
"I hope you find the answers to your questions and get a glimpse into my life here. And if not, get the f*ck out! No really, I want this site to help you find a solution to all of your smushing, makeup, and fitness problems."
Oh, JWOWW. I like. Here's 7 things I learned from jwoww.com
1. She never went to the gym in Italy: "All of the natural and organic ingredients [in Italian food] wrecked my stomach. And the cobblestone roads made walking in my heels feel like a marathon. I never had to go to the gym once." I like this diet plan — minus the heels.
2. She values your opinion about pet outfits: JWOWW has two dogs, Bella and Noel, and would like you to help her decide how to dress them for
3. She gives good bedroom advice: "Guys go nuts if they see a girl pleasuring herself with a toy," she notes in her "The Smush Factor" post.
4. She lets her manicurist shine: Danny, JWOWW's nail technician, gets his own post, on "Fake Nails 101."
5. She has leggy confidence: "My legs are some of my best assets," JWOWW notes. Before you judge, it's a) in a post on how you can get lean legs and b) it's true.
6. She runs the dance floor: One of my favorite posts is "The JPOWW: Dance Floor Etiquette." Here, JWOWW schools us on how to create space, effectively use the "ass-bump" and professionally climb on furniture. "I will bump a bitch off the dance floor if she cannot stay out of my space," she writes. Noted.
7. She's a guido anthropologist: "'Gel or go home'" is their motto"; "99.9 percent of guidos have tattoos"; "Guidos believe that when i comes to scoring, if you're pale, you fail."