Writing by Haylee Penfold // Illustration by Ayelen Lujan // I guess I’ve matured a lot in these last two years, whether it be from trauma and loss or just my brain kicking into adult drive. Here are the few pearls of wisdom I want to share before my twentieth birthday rolls around:Read More
Writing and illustration by Jess Kitching // Nothing feels better than supporting the people around you. Being happy for other people who may have more than you do is not a negative reflection on yourself or your life. Your personal success is not measured against the successes of anyone else around you.Read More
Writing by Selena Vo // I am not an artist and you don’t have to be to draw. My passion doesn’t come from my talent, but it comes from deep inside of me, because I am doing what I love doing the most.
Writing by Sabelle Mebane // I use Instagram as an outlet for my creativity and I have been using Instagram professionally for over a year now. After I started posting my photography I started gaining more attention on Instagram which latter led to brands contacting me to collaborate.
Writing by Lula Bornhak // Image by Brooke van der Linden // My mind starts to draw this giant, unrealistic painting of my role models, presents them as perfect human beings. No flaws, no problems, no struggles, succeeding effortlessly. And even though I know that this is not the case, it tricks me every time.Read More
Writing by Lula Bornhak // Photograph by Sofia Higgins // For me, creating an altar is one of the ultimate practices of self-love. The altar that I am talking about has nothing to do with religion. It is simply a place to connect with your inner light again and celebrate your beautiful soul!Read More
Writing by Naila Karim // Photograph by Nadia Bautista // It’s OK to be 19 and still have no idea who you are. Not really a tip, but just a reminder. This one will most likely be on my list next year as well. It’s okay if you’re still figuring out who the hell you are and what you want in life–I’m still there too.
Writing by Maddie Langley // Photograph by Sally // As women, we are notorious for being taught to second-guess ourselves, and this only creates an unattainable work ethic in which everything comes under our scrutiny.Read More