Could All Yoga Classes be Trauma-Informed? — The Yoga Lunchbox

  by Sandra Palmer, Integrative Therapy For most of us reading this article, entering a yoga studio and completing a yoga class will be taken for granted. We may not think twice about wearing tight and revealing yoga clothing. We may be able to follow the yoga teacher’s instructions with ease – some with more […]

Blog post re-share: You Are Amazing — My Wellbeing and Learning Journey

Originally posted on Letitgocoach: I’m truly enjoying the November Soul Reset. Day Three is talking about gratitude, but not just the proverbial list. It asked me to thank myself. To say ‘thank you’ to me for being me. Consider the last time you felt thankful for yourself. Really genuinely. Not because someone told you to.… via […]

Rinse-Free Hand Wash — COOL HUNTING

While alcohol-based, BYREDO’s rinse-free hand wash is gentle and nourishing. At 30ml, this lotion is ideal for air travel and everyday use—whenever your hands need a refresh. Our favorite fragrance (nothing like those harsh chemical scents of other hand sanitizers) contains notes of pink pepper, patchouli, magnolia and rose petals, but isn’t overpowering. via Rinse-Free Hand […]

27 Lessons I Have Learned From Every Single Breakup And Breakdown — Thought Catalog

  1. In order to move on from the past, you need to make the decision to forgive, even if the person is not worthy of your forgiveness. Because no matter the amount of pain they caused you, in order to forget, you need to forgive. 2. Self-love is the core of any romantic relationship. 3.… […]

I May be Chronically Ill, and I’m Not Sure How to Deal With It — Feminist Chatter…the topics that matter

  I haven’t written on this blog or my eating disorder recovery blog for a long time. The last time I made a blog entry here was five months ago. On my eating disorder recovery blog is was four months ago, and then before that, six months. The reason for that? I’ve had to stop […]

It Cosmetics – Confidence in a Cleanser Skin Transforming Hydrating Serum Review — Raceen Montique

  I have a love hate relationship with serums. I like the idea of them, and I like to see how people use them, and then their skin become so flawless, but I’ve just had bad experiences with them. They’re either too oily and make my skin break out, or I don’t see any results. […]

Women in Leadership Today and Societal Roadblocks – Part 1 — Catcall

  By Jordan Winberg The following article is part of a multi-part series of excerpts from the author’s senior thesis. My research experience was with Professor Jo Ida Hansen in the vocational department of psychology. Professor Hansen was in-between projects during my semester there, so my time was mostly spent entering data from past projects, […]

Welcoming the Scottish Government’s period poverty plans – with a plea for the environment — The Purple Box Place

We are very pleased to see the news that the Scottish government plans to make sanitary products available to women on low incomes across Scotland. Following a pilot in Aberdeen, a charity has been tasked with rolling the programme out across Scotland and expects to help up to 18,000 women. Naturally we are thrilled that […] […]