Claryss Kuan reflects on getting tattoos much to the disapproval of her parents, providing some common reasons for why tattoo stigma is so prevalent in older generations.
Lily Miniken shares her crochet journey and how it has helped her throughout lockdown, throwing in personal anecdotes and a short history of crochet.
Katherine Tweedie dissects the trend of ‘hustle culture’ and how our hobbies are commodified in today’s results-driven world.
Collin Vogt looks back on happier days spent teaching ESL in Prague, realising along the way the complications and joys of what becoming a teacher means.
Taylor Doyle reminisces about her journey in Japan, Egypt and Morocco and the impact her experiences has had on her today, especially in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic causing her inability to travel.
Claryss Kuan dives into the Facebook group, Subtle Asian Traits, exploring how it has become wildly popular and why we need more shared spaces just like it.
Renata Leo navigates her monogamous relationship, noting the surprising differences between monogamy and polyamory that she’s found.
Thirangie Jayatilake discusses what it's like to be the only student studying online at GSP, and the trials and tribulations of living through a pandemic.
Jamisyn Gleeson discusses women's rights, #notallmen, and why being a woman in 2021 is exhausting.
Poppy Willis shares her thoughts on Harry Potter and whether she's able to separate the much-loved books from her feelings about the author.