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The Pressures on Women: Relationships

Unfortunately, it seems as women we inadvertently have these pressures forced on us by society. Why is it when dating, we’re supposed to make these (sometimes life-changing) decisions within five dates? It’s like we’re programmed into making an executive decision to enter into a relationship there and then, it’s not something we can choose later […] Read more…

How to be a Boss Babe with… The Wonders of…

I often wonder what it takes to be a real ‘boss babe’ and the journey behind a success story. Meet Yasmin Kurt, a twenty-something who recently went out on her own to start her own events business ‘The Wonders of…’. The full-time receptionist based in Cardiff, who runs a successful monthly blogger networking events business […] Read more…

Its Not Hollywood, Its a Man’s World

Let’s face it, it’s not Hollywood, it’s because it’s a man’s world that women directors are a shock to the media’s system. Recently, S.J. Clarkson was announced to direct the upcoming untitled Star Trek sequel movie and I couldn’t help but feel like the news was more of an ‘oh, wow’ than a ‘this seems […] Read more…

I want to be Health with you

I think for students, your third year is one of the most important times in your life and one of the main things you need to get right is your health. Contraception like men, I’ve so far always picked the wrong one. From acne to feeling anxious, I’ve had the brunt of it and after […] Read more…

How to Be an Illustrator with Iris Aust

Iris Aust, 23, a German born Illustrator living in London, who draws around her 3-year-old boy, has sketched time out to let us in on how to be an illustrator. Illustrations are creating a ‘social buzz storm’ within the Instagram community, from buildings to beauty products, everyone wants an illustration but no one knows how […] Read more…

Dating: Are we Typecasting our future?

When it comes to dating, do we really have a type? I’m often caught picking the “wrong men” so my friends would say. I can’t say I don’t disagree with them. However, I can’t help but think it’s got nothing to do with a type, but more to do with luck. Is it terrible to […] Read more…

Define…normal

Define normal in relationships. That’s been a hot topic this week. When I listen to my friend’s relationships, and when they ask me, “Is that normal?” I have to question, what is normal behaviour in a relationship? When you think about it, the word, normal means something different to someone else, and being in a […] Read more…

How to Ask Someone Out

I’ve been single for a while now and I’m not ashamed to say that on occasion (even though I’m focusing on my career), I miss having someone to talk to. Although the prospect of not being in a relationship right now doesn’t scare me, any single person will tell you, it gets lonely. I’m not […] Read more…

The Principals of Being a Woman

I was watching news segments and reading articles online about the Women’s March yesterday, where women, men and children were marching in aid of gender equality. Inequality is happening to everyone, but for Women’s March, times up on women getting unfair pay, rights, conversations, and behaviour just because of our gender. I couldn’t sit here and […] Read more…

The Art of Getting By

    I was watching a film this morning with a cup of tea in hand, Pretty in Pink I think it was, when out of nowhere I just started crying. Thank heavens no one was in the house at the time because my family are those people who don’t leave you alone until you’re […] Read more…

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