For a while now it has seemed that the Venn diagram of fitness fans and body positivity supporters have shared a slim middle ground. Finding our way in the new … Continue Reading Designing #BodyPosi Activewear with SixtyNinety
In the 2010 world census women made up 50.8% of the world’s population. In the entrepreneurial world that percentage plummets. Women only make up 30% of entrepreneurs and 33% are … Continue Reading Features: 5 Boss Ladies in Business
It’s that season for graduates again. Freshers pour into every university in the country, eyes full of stars and brains full of far more talent and potential than our own. … Continue Reading Features: How Do We Beat the Graduate Blues?
As October comes to play and summer ends, we all should take notice of the change and embrace it for a new. New beginnings, new starts, new relationships and dare … Continue Reading Features: Getting Sh*t done! – Autumn calls for a new start.
This week, #DebutDoll Lydia – who is an expat living in Saudi Arabia – tells us what it feels like when it is the law to cover up. Many women … Continue Reading Debut Dolls Around The Globe: Covering Up As A Non-Muslim Woman
So you’ve got your place at university, you’ve brought your Freshers’ Week ticket, and are (attempting) to plough through the required reading. But what about packing? Before your mum argues … Continue Reading Features: University Survival Kit – The Must Have Pieces For All Students
This week, #DebutDoll Lydia – who is an expat living in Saudi Arabia – tells us what it feels like to live in a country where there is a law forbidding … Continue Reading Debut Dolls Around The Globe: The Saudi Ban On Women Driving
As a kid witches were terrifying. Green skin, long, crooked noses, warts, grimaces, long, tangled hair, and an evil glint in their eye. They wanted to cook you up and … Continue Reading Entertainment: Witches: The New Generation Of Feminism
With Fifty Shades Darker illuminating multiplex screens this month, we are reminded of its predecessor. Fifty Shades of Grey promised passion, romance, sex and glamour-but for some, fell short. We … Continue Reading Entertainment: Do We Fetishize Doomed Relationships?
Full-time unpaid roles and internship culture can be a pernicious facilitator in ripping off young people. When massive media companies offer work experience, many of us jump at the chance … Continue Reading Features: Why You Should Work For Free
After standing at the helm of Britain’s most iconic fashion publication, Vogue UK, for 25 years, editor in chief Alexandra Shulman has announced today that she will be resigning in … Continue Reading Fashion: Alexandra Shulman Resigns From Vogue UK
Whether you’re a student looking for part-time work, or in full-time employment and constantly lusting over, I don’t know, a holiday abroad or paying that unexpectedly large energy bill, it … Continue Reading Features: Fun And Creative Side Hustles
This week, #DebutDoll Molly, who hails from Chicago, Illinois, talks about what happens when your career just isn’t cutting it for you anymore. For career women, your job sometimes feels like … Continue Reading #DebutDoll Molly Tullis On: How To Know When It’s Time To Leave Your Job
University students all over are constantly bombarded with information about corporate grad schemes. It’s important to remember that although these schemes can offer you a great start into your career, … Continue Reading Do Smaller Companies Have More To Offer For Graduates?
One of the greatest presidents in American History Theodore Roosevelt once said “Comparison is the thief of Joy”. I definitely agree with Mr.Roosevelt on this one! As comparisons can not … Continue Reading Are Comparisons Killing Your Career Confidence?
Living abroad is definitely an eye-opening experience that I recommend everyone should try at least once. Besides my native Finland, I have lived in Sweden, Denmark, Chile, and the US … Continue Reading Why Moving Abroad Is Always Worth It