April 20, 2022 · Posted by Larisha Jerome

Financial wellness and financial self-care: a letter from Larisha

This one's for young Blak women from across the country. The fabulous Larisha provides advice and resources about financial self-care, and talks about her personal journey towards financial wellness.

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March 25, 2022 · Posted by Maki Morita

Q&A with Carly Nugent

Carly chats with us about grief, illness and writing her latest YA novel, Sugar.

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March 17, 2022 · Posted by Lucie Clairs

Moving out and moving on

Lucie discusses the challenges she experienced moving out as a young woman, as well as the joys of forming new passions, friendships and pathways in the city she can now call 'home'.

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March 2, 2022 · Posted by Susannah Mannie

Fibromyalgia and me

Susannah talks about her experiences with fibromyalgia, and calls for medical professionals to take women's pain seriously.

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February 9, 2022 · Posted by Briana Bernardo

Female friendships for empowerment and self-growth

Briana reflects on her experiences with making and preserving friendships, and what steps we can take to develop empowering female friendships.

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December 17, 2021 · Posted by Maki Morita

Debunking the Myth of ‘New Year, New Me’

Maki calls for a more caring and sustainable approach to new year's resolutions.

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December 16, 2021 · Posted by Lily Mooney

Do You Want to Shop? Let’s do it sustainably.

Lily Mooney shares her tips and tricks on how to shop for a greener planet.

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December 10, 2021 · Posted by Tierney Khan

Not Your Fantasy

Tierney discusses the fetishisation of queer women in society, arts, and culture, and calls for the validation of wlw (women loving women) relationships.

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November 30, 2021 · Posted by Polly Jean Butterfield

Home

What does 'home' mean to you? Polly talks about her experiences travelling around the world as a third culture kid, and the joys and complexities of growing up between different cultures.

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November 23, 2021 · Posted by Susannah Mannie

Coffee is coffee, no matter how much milk you add to it

Susannah opens up about her journey in embracing her appearance and taking pride in her lutruwita identity.

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