The last couple of weeks have been rather disorienting for me with some drastic changes on the home front as we navigate a move. When routines are thrown out of the window, stress enters the picture. And so, to help me find some kind of centre, I decided to learn Yoga. Apps vs Virtual Classes […]
Six weeks ago, I decided to take a break from my personal instagram. I went in with zero expectations. To be honest, I went into it expecting to fail and log back in within a week or two, but I surprised myself by staying off for six. Here’s what happened in the last six weeks.
Working mom (or not), we gotchu. Here are a few things we’ve tried (and bought) that have made this incredibly stressful time, slightly less horrible.
Between the general anxiety that adulthood imposes upon us and the Netflix bingeing, a lot of us haven’t been able to the time to read. And that’s unfortunate, because reading is immensely pleasurable and be a source of great comfort during harder times, like right now. Here are some ways to find your way back to your favourite reads!
A quarter of 2021 is now past us. And yet, it still feels very much like an extension of April last year. The rut is very much real. I was in a funk a few weeks ago and I’m still figuring my way out of the cycle. I thought I’d share what I’m doing so if you’ve been feeling the same way, I hope you find this useful!
Pop culture wants women to believe that there are only certain types of friendship that are aspirational or worth seeking. Whether it’s Sex And The City or even the more recent The Bold Type, friends are expected to navigate their lives in a deeply connected and almost symbiotic way. We don’t think that’s practical or realistic, so we thought we’d talk about what adult friendships actually look like.