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Mom always told me to listen to my gut, so when Chris and I were introduced through eHarmony’s trusted and, as advertised, scientifically validated matchmaking formula, I was immediately convinced of our compatibility, confirmed by the tickle in my stomach. It was, after all, a bit more serious than other dating sites like Tinder. His first email to me was from an airport lounge: “I can’t wait to speak with you.” Forty-eight hours later, we had our first voice conversation. Over the phone, he told me about...
The Dutch magazine Flow is sort of a cross between O: The Oprah Magazine and your favorite stationery store. Each issue is filled with inspiring and uplifting stories, plus tucked-in treats such as notebooks, cards, and beautiful papers to cut out. As a Dutch speaker, I’ve been a fan for years, but it’s been difficult to get my American friends on board the Flow train. No more. Now, there’s an English edition of Flow that can be found at most bookstores. Better yet, all of the...
Can you believe January is ending this week? See the month out with our latest women-centered pop culture picks, including the return of Jane the Virgin, a new music video by Domino Kirke, and a must-read essay collection by Morgan Jerkins. As a reminder, we haven’t read, watched or listened to all these ourselves, but when we have, we’ll include a link to the review, or note if it’s in print. Happy watching, reading, and listening! MOVIES Like Me Actress Addison Timlin stars as a criminal with...
When it comes to purchasing clothing that actually fits, the struggle is real. Have you ever dreamed of having a dress custom-made for your body, but knew that the price was way out of reach? Yeah, me too. Luckily, Merin Guthrie is onto us and has created an online clothing company, Kit (kitmade.com), that sells affordable dresses, tops, and skirts custom-made to your measurements. After you fill out a short questionnaire about your body type, Kit will send you your order, and if it doesn’t...
From their name alone, you wouldn’t think The Satanic Temple (TST) is founded on a platform of social justice. They follow the lord of the underworld, a dude who spits hellfire, sends his demonic minions out to possess the dead, and bathes in the blood of infants, right? Wrong. In an op-ed in The Washington Post, members of TST describe themselves as following a “Satan that defies all subjugation, exalts scientific inquiry and promotes Humanistic, pluralistic values.” In short, they believe in fighting for individual...