Jeff is a writer and a life coach.
Okay, so he's not a life coach. But he is a nationally-syndicated writer and the author of the upcoming "The Good News About What's Bad for You...and The Bad News About What's Good for You."
Also the author of "The Maxims of Manhood," his writing has appeared in print or online in GQ, New York magazine, Glamour, Cosmo, VH1, Esquire, mental_floss, MTV, Los Angeles Times, Chicago Tribune, The Miami Herald, The Baltimore Sun, and the The Huffington Post.
In addition to covering health, he has also written about film, travel, monks, architecture, books, sneak attacks of World War II, how to pick champagne, the intersection of math and magic, Finland's school system, and the shortcomings of General Custer.
Jeff is the founding editor of ThePlunge.com, the primary website for grooms. (Jeff has never been a groom.) His relationship advice from The Plunge has been syndicated via McClatchy to a network of more than two hundred newspapers. Esquire has called him a "Marriage Guru." (Jeff has never been married.) He's cited as a "Relationship Expert," although his ex-girlfriends might disagree.
Jeff is also the co-author of Pulitzer-bait "The Man Cave Book" and co-author of "It's Okay to Sleep with Him on the First Date: and Every Other Rule of Dating, Debunked," which isn't a book about hooking up--sorry--but rather a He Said / She Said guide to why "dating rules," well, are dumb.
He can't tan.