Renata Leo navigates her monogamous relationship, noting the surprising differences between monogamy and polyamory that she’s found.
Navigating the Trials and Tribulations of Being a Harry Potter Fan
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.
The Soft Toy Scam: A Facebook Fraud?
By Charlotte Armstrong Sifting through Facebook’s ads is no longer like mining for gold, but rather finding yourself at a buffet being served things you never said you liked or wanted, and now your plate is suddenly overflowing. Like most bad ideas, it started late at night. Scrolling absently through my Facebook feed, I … Continue reading The Soft Toy Scam: A Facebook Fraud?
You Don’t Need An Etsy Store; You Need A Hobby!
As millennials, we have been accused of killing many an industry (from department stores to door bells) and while most of this is unfounded or exaggerated, we certainly seem to have lost the art of – if not killed – hobbies. We don’t have hobbies anymore, we have side hustles.
Unmuting Mental Health: Breaking the Taboo at Home
‘Abbu, I saw a counsellor today,’ I said, clutching the corner of the kitchen counter top. I waited for my dad’s response, feeling a little too hopeful. How could I think telling my dad I was having mental health issues would evoke the sensitivity I deserve? It was nothing against him personally, he is my … Continue reading Unmuting Mental Health: Breaking the Taboo at Home
The Millennials Project: The M Word
‘Millennial’ has turned into a bit of a dirty word. Depending on who you ask, the millennial generation can include people born from the late 70s to the early 2000s. Colloquially, though, ‘millennial’ tends to be used as a catch-all term for young people, like myself, who are edging into adulthood. And it’s a word … Continue reading The Millennials Project: The M Word