Lisa De Pasquale
Lisa De Pasquale

Lisa De Pasquale is the founder of BRIGHT. She is a columnist and the author of “The Social Justice Warrior Handbook” (political humor), “I Wish I Might” (novel), and “Finding Mr. Righteous” (memoir). She enjoys reading chick lit on the beach and taking photos of other people’s dogs. Follow her on Twitter at @LisaDeP and on Instagram at @Lisa_DeP.

Why The Anti-Men ‘Galentine’s Day’ Is Nothing To Celebrate

I’m just as materialistic and greedy for gifts as the next gal, but why has this sitcom-created faux holiday morphed into an anti-men celebration?

7 Tips For Tidying From Marie Kondo’s Hit Netflix Show

You don’t have to adore the tidying queen to find some of her tips useful, or to alter a few of them slightly to maximize reward.

Here’s What I Learned After Spending A Year Reading The Top Motivational Books

Start with the classics, don’t be afraid to skip around, and know the book’s intended audience to figure out if it’s right for you.

5 Lessons I Learned By Completing All 30 Days Of Whole30

I’ve done Whole30 three times, but my last round with BRIGHT readers from January 1 to 30 was the first time I was totally compliant. Here’s what I learned.

Trump Derangement Syndrome Fuels Propagandistic Children’s Books

Today one of the popular themes of political children’s books is that as soon as you’re born you’re a victim because of your sex or skin color.

8 Christmas Gifts You Can Buy From Veteran-Owned Businesses

Several veterans are finding personal and financial fulfillment as small business owners offering quality products. Christmas is the perfect time to shop with them.

Is Your Kid A Cowboy For Halloween? Social Justice Warriors Already Hate Him

Consider staying home this Halloween. Or just show up in a MAGA hat. That will scare the little devils away.

5 Ways To Stay Positive And Engaged While Job-Hunting

I’ve gone through a couple cycles of unemployment in my 18 years of post-college work. Here are some ways to keep a positive attitude while looking for a job.

Here’s What Made ‘Red Eye’ Work, And Why It Will Be Missed

‘Red Eye with Tom Shillue’ ends today. It was the perfect show because it approached pop culture, liberals, and politics as things that should be mocked.

6 Ways To Get The Most Out Of Your Meal Kit Subscription

Per-person costs can range from $9.95 to $15.99 per meal, so it’s to your advantage to get the most out of your meal kit.

‘Vanderpump Rules’ Is Full Of Financial Advice That Will Ruin Your Life

Without a consistent income and living in the shadow of the Hollywood sign, it’s no surprise the cast of ‘Vanderpump Rules’ also makes some terrible financial decisions.

Why ‘Fat Shaming’ Celebrity Feminists Is Counterproductive

Conservatives shouldn’t lead with criticism of celebrity feminists’ weight or looks. Our arguments should focus on substance, not snark.

Why It’s Okay To Grieve When Celebrities Die

I am a fan of many of the celebrities who died, but it did seem a little over the top to say 2016 was worse than any other year. Then November 11 came.

These 3 Tips From Mike Rowe Will Revolutionize Dating For Single Women

The advice single women should be getting is to throw away a must-have list based on stereotypes about certain jobs.

Here’s Some Inspiration For That Novel You’ve Always Meant To Write

It’s National Novel Writing Month. So combine your escapism with some productivity by joining the fun. Here are some tips.

Meet The Bull-Riding Cowboy Who Became A Conservative Talk Show Host

Mike Broomhead was raised by a single mom and became a bull rider. When his brother died in Iraq, he decided to tell the stories of war heroes.

Gaffigans’ Departure Heralds A Trend Toward Family Time

It’s not just the Gaffigans. There appears to be a trend toward actually spending time with one’s family.

3 Lessons From The Success Of ‘Clinton Cash: The Graphic Novel’

‘Clinton Cash: The Graphic Novel’ is exposing a wider audience to Peter Schweizer’s research, and could help the Right defeat the Left beyond 2016.