I’ve never really done the whole new years resolution thing, goal setting (and sticking to said goals) is not a strong point in my personal life.
However, this year I’m giving it a go, mostly in the form of goals for myself, but with one resolution; this year I am going to learn to be kinder to myself.
This wasn’t something I intended on writing about here, but I’m kinda proud of myself so here we are.
If you’ve seen much of anything on my blog you’ll know how strongly I feel about period positivity – and that, for me is mirrored in all things girls are brought up to feel ashamed about.
Periods, body image, sexuality and our body hair (among others obviously) are all things that we learn to surround with shame and silence, where they should be topics coloured with conversation and choice. Read more
This time two years ago I couldn’t make up my mind on what I wanted to do with my life.
I had finished high school, my exams were done and I’d graduated, but I still had no idea what I wanted to do next.
I knew I’d go to university, I knew I didn’t want to take a gap year, but as for what I’d actually study… I had absolutely no clue. Read more
Well, it happened.
Today is my 20th birthday.
Not quite sure how this happened.
I mean, obviously it was coming, but now it’s here.
There’s something that always feels so final to me about turning a year older, which is odd because literally nothing is changing.
But I’m officially in my twenties now, which is insane to me. Read more
Adelaide girls Eloise Hall and Isobel Marshall are the Co-Founders and Co-Directors of Taboo, a new company selling pads and tampons to Australians.
But what sets them apart? All of the profits go toward helping the lives of women who don’t have access to proper menstrual health care and education. Read more
Meet Paloma, an Adelaide based artist breaking boundaries and starting conversations about periods with her work, armed with red nail polish and glitter. Read more