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21 Mar 2017

Wooden Hair Brush for Healthier Hair


A woman's hair is both her loving friend and her sworn enemy. Every head of hair is a personal journey that takes years to perfect and refine (hence the embarrassing teen photos of wonky fringes, luminous hair colours and styling mishaps). Each and every woman has her own sacred method of dealing with the demons lurking in her hair.

7 Mar 2017

Taking Up Space As An INFJ


Taking up space as an INFJ is completely against our natural better judgement. We're completely aware of our surroundings from how we are perceived to how we may affect those around us, whether it's positively or negatively (and desperately want everyone to be at peace). So asking us to take up more room than necessary (we'd squeeze into a small a space as possible if it meant others would be more comfortable) makes us squirm. But because we are natural born people-pleasers, we tend to get overlooked and are often trampled on. Whether a co-worker always adds more tasks to our schedule because they know we can't say no, friends often take without giving much in return - this often manifests emotionally as well as physically - or a stranger pushes your elbow off a joint arm rest. So taking up room is a stand against the constant piss that is taken from us by the people around us.

2 Mar 2017

Slow Fashion for a Zero Waste Wardrobe


Living a more conscious, ethical lifestyle means taking into account the entire process of the items you purchase (rather than just the end result of you owning it) and buying what you believe in. When it comes to style and clothing there are plenty of items on the market that are produced for short-term use, only to be cast aside when the next trending item pops up in store fronts. We use to wear clothing for a lifetime, often handing down garments from generation to generation. Nowadays fast fashion has a grip on us, making us feel like we need the latest trending piece to fit in, feel confident or make a statement. For the environment this means landfills are being topped up at an alarming rate, for our purses this means constant spending that we don't actually need or even really want, and for our minds this means a steady feeling of inadequacy and unquenched desire. It's not healthy, not for the world at large and not even for ourselves.

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