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  Networking for introverts—it’s less terrible than you think! Does introducing yourself to strangers make you break out in a cold sweat? Do you prefer staying home in your jammies to going to any event that requires small talk? I feel you. But connecting with other humans doesn’t have to make you die inside. And if you work for yourself or have a side hustle, “networking” can be crucial. Here’s how to put yourself out there without losing your mind. Know Your Goals & Come Equipped Have a game...
  Ever scroll through your Instragram recommended videos and find yourself fully entranced by slime videos? If so, you're not alone, slime videos have engulfed Instagram and YouTube — the preferred platforms of today’s youth. Seriously, slime has become such a DIY mainstay, there have even been glue shortages. One elementary school girl is making a business out of slime. Zavia, a ten-year-old from Virginia, is using the popularity of slime to build herself an empire. It started with selling just slime out on the playground last year...

You are a green goddess, as everyone knows, and you want to avoid makeup that is tested on bunnies or filled with chemicals that belong in a landfill. Making your own shampoo/conditioner can be intimidating (what's even in shampoo?), but it is so much easier than you thought. BUST has scoured the interwebz on your behalf to find all the easiest, fastest and cleanest DIY recipes for all the products you already have on your sink counter: 1) Lavender & Rosemary Shampoo  This buddy from Premeditated Leftovers might have...
    Accusations against powerful men are not new, but what is slowly beginning to change is that some people are denouncing the abusers instead of excusing them. But some people are still sticking up for abusers like Harvey Weinstein and Bill Cosby, and an astonishing amount of people voted for and support admitted sexual assaulter Donald Trump. Some were confused that Weinstein harassed and assaulted women, given his professed commitment to progressive issues. Weinstein used his public commitment to women’s causes as a distraction so he could get...
  Whether you are allergic to gluten and dairy, or simply have decided to go without it, everyone deserves some indulgent food in their life. While many people may assume that being gluten- and dairy-free has to mean boring meals, there are so many alternatives to make for some awesome munchies! So get ready to get hungry.   Savory Looking for something salty, fatty, and savory? Look no further!   Bacon Wrapped Guacamole Stuffed Chicken by Closet Cooking   Photo: Closet Cooking Not only is this dish absolutely delicious, it also ridiculously simple to make....
If you're not ready for Halloween to be over just yet, the BUST Holiday Craftacular is keeping the witchy vibes coming all through the holiday season. At the Craftacular on the 9th and 10th of December, you'll be able to find handmade art and jewelry that reflect your rebellious soul, as well as participate in workshops to learn more about the powers of meditation, herbs and much more. This list is only a sample of what will be on offer, so keep an eye out...
  MINKA, a wellness center located in Brooklyn, New York, is an eclectic hub of holistic healing offering an array of unique classes and workshops. The world "minka" is Japanese for “home of the people,” and provides a comfortable landing spot for people seeking various methods of healing. Classes are taught by healing professionals who stem from various backgrounds and schools of thought. At MINKA, you can find everything from the more traditional practice of acupuncture to experimental mediumship.   Aki Hirata Baker is the founder of MINKA...
  The ladies of Brooklyn boutique Cult Party are on a mission to keep women in need warm this winter. On Saturday the 4th of November, Operation Warm Up will be collecting new and gently used clothes for Mary House at Cult Party from 6pm-9pm with freebies, an opportunity to shop, and chill vibes courtesy of DJ Meghann Wright. Organized by Myles Smutney (aka Fair Weather Tattoo), this clothing donation drive is a way to put your unwanted clothes to good use.  Mary House is particularly seeking supplies...
  Make your mark on Halloween with these super simple DIY fangs Whether you want to run with The Lost Boys, get a taste of True Blood, be Queen of the Damned, or simply Let the Right One In, a little fang can go a long way this Halloween season. (Or all-year-round if you ask us.) Forget about complicated tooth molds and sculpting clay. All you really need for these sharp-looking teeth are fake nails and denture adhesive. Then follow these four steps to join the undead....
    People often associate witches with Halloween, but the holiday they celebrate isn’t about costumes and candy. Samhain (pronounced sow-een) is the Celtic and Pagan holiday celebrating the beginning of winter. Held on the night of October 31st­—when it’s believed that the veil between the world of the living and the dead is thin—it's an ideal time to contact and remember loved ones who have passed. Many of the traditions involve delicious harvest foods, like our two faves below.COLCANNON For Wiccans and some other Pagans, Samhain is...
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