What Now? One Woman’s Take On The Aftermath Of Brexit

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By Kirsten Parnell

On Thursday June 23, a referendum was held on whether the UK should remain part of the European Union. Of the 33.5 million people who turned out to vote, 51.9% voted to leave. To say this came as a shock is a huge understatement – which sounds crazy, I know. It was a referendum, it could only go one of two ways – surely we were prepared for a “Leave” vote on some level? Continue reading

Why We Need More Shows Like Grey’s Anatomy

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By Tamara Burgos

Most current TV shows and movies show unidimensional characters, especially female ones. The characters they introduce to us are one thing and only that. They put them in a box so that they can be easily labeled as the athlete, the smart kid, the beautiful woman/man, the mom, the womanizer, and so on. As if that one aspect of the character defines the entirety of who that person is.  Continue reading

PSA: It’s Okay To Care About Celebrities

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By De and Kate

Meeting your future sister-in-law can be an intimidating experience. Lucky for us, the introduction was made easier by an instant connection over reality TV. More specifically, Season 7 of The Bachelorette. Upon meeting, we spent hours watching Ashley Hebert in her quest for love and took turns talking (perhaps sometimes yelling) at the TV, as our relationship advice needed to be heard.  Continue reading

15 Emails All 30-Somethings Would Love To Find In Their Inbox

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By Jillian Stacia

We’ve all been there. It’s 2 PM on a Wednesday, and we’re up to our eyeballs in emails. Between work, family engagements, personal upkeep and that little thing we like to call a social life, our inbox has reached maximum capacity. And usually it’s not good news. Another bill due. Another doctor’s appointment to confirm. Another work assignment. Blah. Blah. Blah. Continue reading

Four Ways Your Side Hustle Can Boost Your Day Job Success

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By Eliza David

Behind every hustle bunny – at least in the infancy of said hustle – is a 9-to-5 gig. Before one can become their own boss, she more than likely has a boss of her own. It’s a fact of life, especially if you discover your passion after incurring a few financial obligations (like a couple of kids, a fixed mortgage, and a copious amount of student loans – basically, ME!) But I’ll let you in on a little secret: your day job and your side hustle combined create a stronger you overall.  Continue reading