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15 Things Every Twenty-Something Needs

Tweet As someone who is officially in her ‘mid twenties’ and who has reflected more in the last few weeks than I have in ages, I decided to compile a list of things I personally believes every twenty-something needs in their life. Of course, some of these will differ depending…
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Oh How Far I’ve Come..

Tweet I’ve thought long and hard about how to introduce this post, and no way feels like an accurate representation of just how much this shoot meant to me.  I’ve worked with Daniela Majic since 2010, before my official modelling journey ever began and I couldn’t imagine having anyone else…
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Guest Post: June is Migraine Awareness Month!

Tweet Editor’s Note: Something I don’t often talk about is my struggle with migraines. Now, let’s get this out of the way. When I say ‘migraines’ I’m not simply talking about ‘headaches,’ I’m talking about loss of vision, debilitating pain, delusion, numbness, and vomiting. Migraines have impacted every part of…
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Holi Hai! The Spirit of Holi

Tweet As someone who has always been fascinated by cultures other than my own, I leapt at the opportunity to participate in London’s Holi Festival of Colours on April 16th. My good friend (and former roommate) accompanied me for lunch – the first patio of the season! – before heading…
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Surviving Instagram’s Popularity Contest

Tweet Who doesn’t like reliving high school? From cliques and popularity contests to awkward in between phases – high school had its fair share of horrible, terrible moments that I for one, have no desire of reliving. With that being said, Instagram is about to drop some serious nostalgia on…
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Why I’d Rather be Last Than First

Tweet I’m writing this post in an effort to be honest, frank, and vulnerable. Society places so much weight on ‘firsts’. First loves First times First dates… When I was growing up, it seemed as though being ‘first’ carried so much value and worth. If you were first, you were…
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Spring has Sprung

Tweet Yay! The first day of spring has come and gone, and that means snow, cold, brisk air, and winter blues will soon be a thing of the past – hurray! As someone who dreads dreary, overcast, cold days, spring brings a fresh start and reminds me that the beautiful…
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8 Books That Changed the Way I See the World

Tweet Even though I don’t have as much time to read lately as I’d like, reading has always been a huge part of my life. It’s what inspired me to start writing, crafted my imagination and perceptions and provided me with a distraction and escape. Some books I’ve read have…
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