HOUSTON, Texas -- Let's face it: for women, it can be hard to make friends as an adult. Think about your average day: get up, pour coffee, head to work, maybe hit the gym afterward, then go home. Maybe hang with coworkers - but that's obviously not the same as those youthful, close relationships. It's even worse for anyone who has just moved to a new city; the lack of deep connections leads to loneliness.
Yes, adulting sucks.
Shelly Long, co-founder of "But First, Let's Brunch," is trying to change that. Her membership-only subscription service targets women ages 24 to 36 looking to make friendships.
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