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Whether you’re looking for an in-person heart-to-heart convo or a little cocktail coaching via Skype, she’ll tell it to you like it is – and how you can make it better. Jean” column appears on Elle Magazine and is read by 6 million people.
He currently has 12 clients, and charges ,000 for 10 sessions. A vegan who eats mainly fruits, vegetables, nuts and seeds — often washed down with red wine — Mr.
Keegan lives on the Lower East Side with two roommates.
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We spent a couple of pleasant hours chatting, and at the end of it, he asked if I'd like to go to dinner with him that very evening.
Since I wanted to stick to my work schedule, I declined, but he followed up with a sweet text saying we should do it some other time soon.(All of which is A LOT more than I can say for .)# # #The one other social thing I did this weekend: I met up with Dating Coach Extraordinaire John Keegan, who was recently profiled in the New York Times.
Between his adorable pictures--including one of him in a cap and sweater vest on his family's farm that made him look like he just stepped out of "Quintessentially Irish" catalogue--and his love for books, not to mention his good job, he seemed a little too good to be true.
I braced myself for some kind of disappointment--for him to have about 75% less hair in real life, or 75 more pounds, or to conveniently have only 75 cents on him so he could stick me with the check.