It is no secret that reading is highly subjective, but that doesn’t rid it from biases. Writers – especially women: Don’t let anyone sneer at you for writing “fluff.” Fluff is an insulator. Correctly used, it can stop you from freezing, or burning to death. Fluff fiction is designed to protect you from the relentless…

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DISCLAIMER: I am definitely not a doctor, or anyway trained to be giving scientific information or advice regarding contraception. This is an informative blog post aimed at young women who are thinking of changing their contraception and specifically if they are thinking of going on the coil. I wanted to write this blog post because…

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It may be surprising to some that I have had a negative and fluctuating perception of my body image for most of my life; and to others, it will sound like a broken record.  Of course, with estimations that body image issues affect 7 out of 10 young women, it is a common problem that…

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2018 to 2019: Did I complete my resolutions? What would I like to be in store for me next. (if money allows me of course.)

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  International Women’s Day is a day to celebrate the magnificence of womankind, a day that every year I try to uphold. On a macro scale its praising how we have been and are continued to be inspired by famous women who have created a better quality of life for us through politics and culture.…

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New Years Resolutions are our way of telling ourselves that we will always do better and strive to become better. Focusing on our imperfections, we want to, at the end of this year, achieve something worthy to improve our self-esteem. However, as attractive as a clean slate is, often these ideas dwindle into nothingness. For…

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