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Zaan Do

Associate, Content & Media, Girl Power Talk As a communication student, they thrive on making educational content accessible and fun for the audience. Possibility is endless and only be limited by how one’s mind sees, for them, making changes starts from the passion.

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Sustainable Fashion vs Fast Fashion

The Horror of Fast Fashion Sustainability—Not Just Fashion, It’s a Lifestyle Overview In the current era of following trends, fast fashion has become the norm.  However, fast fashion results in overproduction and a massive waste of cloth and labor, causing harm to the environment.  A better alternative is sustainable fashion, such as using handmade garments, thrifting, donating and trading. In the lightning-speed internet era, we are exposed to the world and the idea of authenticity. With this in mind, we …

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Common Mistakes in Adulting That You Should Avoid

Surrounding Yourself With Toxic People Paying Less Attention to Your Family Being a "YES" Man Ignoring Your Health Letting Your Fears Take Over Your Dreams Having an Unmanaged Financial System Being Stuck in Your Comfort Zone Overview Life as an adult is hard, and we often make mistakes without even realizing them. The article talks about some common mistakes to avoid in adulthood Stay away from people who constantly give off negative energy. Don’t try to force yourself to “fit …

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The Folklore of The 20s: Stop Running At Others’ Pace

Being Engaged Before Turning 30 You Are As Good as Who You Were as a Student It’s Okay To Sacrifice Your Health for Money If It’s Not Now, Then It's Never “At what age are you planning to get married?” “How many kids do you want in the future?” “What kind of wedding do you dream of?” I have been asked these questions numerous times as a teenager and I know you have been too. I answer these questions with …

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The Internalized Misogyny in the Pick-Me Girls

The Internalized Misogyny in the Pick-Me Girls

The "Pick-Me" Girls The Origins of the Trend The Internalized Misogyny and Effects on Young Girls The Phenomena of Being “Attractive” The Nurturing Sisterhood Overview Pick-me girls are defined as someone who goes out of their way to appeal to men. The patriarchal rule of society has framed women as inferior to men for centuries. Women are conditioned and socialized to believe they and that their entire gender is inferior, and many girls unquestionably just accept that. This whole trend …

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I’m Twenty, I’m Single, That’s Okay

No Boyfriend Since Birth Reality Check I Am Enough for Myself I was fooled into thinking that I was a loser because I was never in a relationship while in high school. Of course, no one was force-feeding me these thoughts. It’s really no one’s fault but my own. My favorite film of all time is ten things I hate about you. It’s about a high school nerd who, in order to date the girl of his dreams, pays the …

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Girl Power Talk - What Is FOMO And Why It Is Impacting Teenagers

What Is FOMO and Why It Is Impacting Teenagers

What Is FOMO and Why It Is Impacting Teenagers How to Deal With FOMO as a Teenager? Overview FOMO stands for Fear of Missing Out, meaning that someone is afraid to be left out from something. FOMO is a syndrome that makes people believe that a single precious moment cannot be missed and that they need to have what other people have. FOMO can cause teenagers to focus only on the experience and material possessions of their peers at the …

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What We Won’t Miss About Online Studies—and What We Will

What Would We Not Miss? What Would We Miss? We often miss our schools when we are in college. We miss our prayer time, teachers' childhood stories, wandering in the corridor, and many more things. But online school changed everything overnight. It must be a nightmare to some and a sweet dream for others. For human's sake, Covid-19 slowed down and we got the opportunities to get back to our normal routine with little extra care, though. Let's get into …

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Things Teenagers Are Tired of Hearing Once They Turn 18

Things Teenagers Are Tired of Hearing Once They Turn 18

You Are an Adult Now, Pull Your Life Together You Are Just Beginning to Understand How the World Works, Shut Up! The Infamous Line: “When I Was Your Age, I Did Blah, Blah, Blah” Eighteen Is a Scary Number When you turn eighteen, which is the legal age for most countries, you would assume that you would have all the freedom that you want since you are already legally allowed to make decisions for yourself. Well…not entirely. If you are …

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How Contemporary Young Women Are Defying Societal Age-Normative Timelines

Age-Normative Pressures Surrounding Women Redefining Adulthood Milestones A New Approach to Having It All From the time they were little girls, society has been reminding women that time moves differently for them, and that they should make hay while the sun shines because, apparently, they depreciate with age. Growing up, girls are constantly reminded of the fact they mature sooner than their male counterparts. Although this is true with regards to brain development, our youth-obsessed society makes women feel as …

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