There comes a moment in every young woman’s life when the doors of your college bubble slam behind you, and, clenching an expensive and potentially useless degree, you set out in search of the holy grail: your first job.
At the end of this inaugural year, we are young and inexperienced as ever, humbled by the amount of talent around us, and excited for the future. This year has taught us a lot, and I would like to share these experiences with you.
Around the same time I started watching porn, I developed a habit of investing meaningless hours into Instagram. While I tried to care about niche net-art aesthetics or the rise of street-wear, I consistently found myself in bed researching the details of Cara Delevingne’s handle.
Along with a balanced diet, physical exercise is one of the secrets to a long and healthy life. But strenuous, compulsive exercise can be just as detrimental to health as chugging ice cream in front of the TV set. In fact, more and more people are using exercise as a way to feel like they are in control over their bodies and lives, instead of just a means of staying in shape.
Why do we desperately hold on to the possibility of solitary escape? by Marie Baleo From Walden to Wild: the irresistible appeal of “outdoor literature” Often regarded as the central piece in a genre that has come to be known as outdoor literature, Henry David Thoreau’s Walden recounts the two years the author spent in …