What Are You Grateful For?
Girl Code: Careers, Love-Life and Confidence.by Dan Bennett
Girl code. I have a love/hate opinion towards this phrase but it’s something, in my early 20’s, I’ve found to be of extreme importance. What should matter to all of us regardless of our occupancy, financial situation or relationship status is the strength of our friendships and loyalty to each other as women. As an […]
Why We Must Hold Politicians Accountableby Ella Nevill
In recent months, it has become increasingly evident that there is a dire need to hold politicians accountable for their actions. Often, we can become disillusioned as to the power of our own voices, particularly when it comes to speaking out against injustice when the injustice is being delivered by those we are supposed to […]
Adulting: Goals vs Responsibilitiesby Leigh-Ann Ncube
Have you ever looked at your life and thought, what am I doing? I work full-time and dream of a different life where things were more simple. However, I need to earn money, I need to pay the bills and I need to get on with life and take care of everything that life throws […]
A mental health sick dayby Jessamy Mattinson
I can’t decide whether today is a mental health sick day. My morning has consisted of cold sweats, palpitations and a splitting headache preventing me from being able to see straight. Maybe I’m run down or I’ve caught a virus? Maybe it’s all in my head, I don’t have a clue. I’m sat writing this in bed […]
Disempowering parties and misogynistic bottle poppingby Jessamy Mattinson
Empowering women can be very difficult when there are numerous misogynistic obstacles in the way of us embracing our true selves. Nightlife presents many of these obstacles, often providing a generous dose of sexist values in dress codes, entry conditions and their trusty promoters. Minding my own business walking down Oxford Street one day, I […]
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What Mentoring Taught Me About Myselfby Canisha Chakadya
Last week,I completed a four-week period of being a senior mentor. A role that I used to think needed substantial experience at life, or professionally to be in a position to pass on knowledge and guidance to younger impressionable people. In other words, I thought it was a role that only a 30-something year old […]