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Hygge And How To Celebrate Winter

Let’s be honest, January is one of the worst months of the year. The joy and rush of the holidays is gone and we’re left acutely aware of how cold, dark and dreary the days are. I can’t be the only one who feels like everything is harder in the winter! To top that, vacations end and it’s back to work/school. Overall, January feels like a sucker punch of reality after getting lost in holiday


Fast Fashion Is Killing People (Seriously!)

In 2013, the Rana Plaza garment factory in Bangladesh collapsed. The tragedy claimed the lives of over 1000 garment workers and injured many more. Immediately after the collapse happened, blame was pointed to several parties. The building was damaged and unsafe, so the mayor was to blame because he leased it out. Some pointed out that the workers were urged to come despite the risk, so it was the owner’s fault. The real culprit exposed


The Importance of the Tommy Adaptive Clothing Line

Finding clothes can be a struggle for everyone. But for those who don’t fit the norm of mental health, finding clothes easy to wear and incapable of being difficult can be even harder. Fortunately, adaptive clothing for those with disabilities is on the rise. Despite being released in April, the Tommy Adaptive clothing line has not received as much media attention as it deserves. Inspired by the fiftieth anniversary of the Special Olympics, Tommy Hilfiger

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The Twelve Pubs of Christmas

In Ireland, there is a drinking tradition surrounding Christmas. The tradition is called the Twe’ve Pubs of Christmas. It occurs any night in the weeks building up to Christmas. It is a new thing in Ireland but it has caught on quickly. There are twelve rules, one per pub. The first rule is simple you must drink all of your drinks with your non-dominant hand. The second rule, which applies when you enter the second

Should We Question The College Status-Quo?

College or university may not be as universal of an experience nowadays as it used to be a decade ago due to the development and the immense unimaginable leap of the internet and the opportunities it has brought our way, but it remains to be a milestone held with high regard and, let’s not forget, a massive business enterprise. Going to college was my so-called “dream” for as long as I could remember. Growing up


How to Become a Pro-Thrifter: Thrifting Tips

Thrift shopping can seem both thrilling and daunting, but it is always a treasure hunt for an item that you didn’t know existed yet. From the multiple environmental benefits of thrifting and the pride that comes out of finding a special item, it’s no surprise that this shopping method is quickly gaining popularity. With these fifteen tips, you’ll master the art of thrifting and find yourself in a whole new world of shopping. Wear comfortable


Are You In a Long Distance Relationship? Here’s Some Advice from Experience

If you are considering Long Distance, you and your significant other have probably been together for a while and something has come up, a job, college, an opportunity, where if the relationship is to continue, there’s a great deal of distance involved. The question is, should you do Long Distance? How much texting is too much? Do we call each other everyday? More than once? How often should we visit each other? Relationships are not


Let’s Talk About Body Positivity: The Queens of Instagram You Should Know About

Body image is discussed a lot in the world of social media. We are constantly bombarded with pictures of skinny, idealistic women who set the standards for the young generations. It seems like insecure teens struggling with body image have the vision of the so-called ‘perfect body’ tattooed on their brains. In fact, the main causes for developing an eating disorder are low self-esteem, social pressure for thinness, social/family problems, and perfection. Teens don’t love


Everyone Has a Future That Is Promised

You are your own person. You should never look at what anyone else is doing, focus on your own path because your own path is never going to be the same as someone else’s. You have to be the best version of yourself, you can’t compete with anyone. “Rome wasn’t built in a day.” Step by step you can get to where you want to be, but the only person entirely who is stopping you,


Why Travelling Solo Is Important

Many people plan group holidays, couple getaways, family vacations, but the gem of traveling solo is irreplaceable. I am at a stage in my life where I am 19, yet I haven’t been on an extended trip by myself. Despite moving out for university and living somewhere completely new to me for the past 6 months, it’s not the same as being on the move, from one overwhelmingly new place to the next. This summer

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