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True story: Type in "period tracker" to the App store on your iPhone, and you will get 361 results. YIKES! How do you know which ones are good?  How do you know which one you'll like?  Well, I picked 8 of the most popular and highest recommended FREE period tracker apps out there and tracked my period, PMS symptoms, and ovulation on all of these apps. Yes, that is a screenshot of my phone. I DON'T MESS AROUND!!!   I am so in touch with my...
After Tuesday’s primary in New York, dozens of New Yorkers expressed gratitude by leaving their “I Voted” stickers on Susan B. Anthony’s grave at the Mount Hope Cemetery in Rochester, New York.  The tradition began in 2014, when Brienne Wojetsa organized a Facebook group encouraging voters to honor the pioneer of women’s rights, as well as acting as platform for voter registration information. Thank You Susan B. Anthony shows pictures of her grave decorated with “I Voted,” stickers from approximately thirty voters and two bouquets of...
There is life and there is Facebook, but it’s hard to tell the difference. Facebook is a parallel universe where pictures of babies and puppies are endless and life is one long Coachella weekend of sun and fun. But it’s not real. That’s what I had to tell myself over and over: It’s. Not. Real. Facebook is not an accurate representation of anyone’s life, not even those adorable puppies.In the beginning, Facebook seemed harmless. It was in some ways a “grown up version” of Myspace....
Earlier this month, English comedian and actor Stephen Fry — who is also president of the mental health charity Mind — criticized survivors of childhood sexual abuse for their "self-pity" during an appearance on The Rubin Report. While criticizing the concepts of trigger warnings and safe spaces, Fry said, “It’s a great shame and we’re all very sorry that your uncle touched you in that nasty place, you get some of my sympathy, but your self-pity gets none of my sympathy because self-pity is the ugliest emotion...
We are so sad to report that Prince has passed away at his home, Paisley Park, in Minnesota. TMZ broke the news to a sad and confused public, hoping this was a hoax. We remember that, on April 15th, Prince's plane made an emergency landing to rush him to the hospital, due to flu-like symptoms.   Shortly after the hour, Prince's publicist Yvette Noel-Schure confirmed to the Associated Press that the singer had indeed passed away. He leaves behind a legacy of seven Grammy Awards, an Academy...