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She’s Been Dubbed Gen Z’s Carrie Bradshaw, And People Really Relate To The Videos She Makes About Rules For Specific Events Or Days Of The Week

Eli says you need to pregame your date with 1.5 glasses of wine while listening to Ariana Grande songs.

“Go in with that Ariana Grande attitude,” she explains.

“Don’t go in with some lovey-dovey attitude; that’s not what we need.”

Eli also says not to add your dates contact into your phone until the third date, order a spicy margarita, say thank you after the date but never text first afterward, and make tentative plans for your next date.

If that’s not enough, Eli has a set of rules for a second and third date as well.

Then, of course, there are Eli’s rules for weekdays for those who need to add a bit more structure to their daily routines.

For example, Mondays are for tackling your to-do list and hot girl walks, Tuesdays are for laundry and calling your friends, Wednesdays are for fun workouts and journaling, etc.

“I have no clue why I feel obligated to follow these, but they’re my new life rules,” commented a TikTok user on one of Eli’s videos.

Eli’s list of rules has become so popular that her upcoming book of essays, “I Didn’t Know I Needed This,” will contain chapters with different sets of rules and more advice.

Over the last two years, Eli’s social media profiles have become a safe space for young women who need someone to relate to and make them laugh.

She now has over 110,000 followers on Instagram and over 700,000 followers on TikTok.

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