The way that women shop for underwear has been relatively unchanged for the last decade. Women must go out to purchase underwear and are required to go out of their way to find them. Quality underwear is often pricey and, as a result, people are reluctant to replace their underwear as much as they should. In addition, shopping for underwear online has required the same process: finding underwear without really knowing the quality then having to manually input your card every
You tell me your dreams
I am better behaved
magical, nuanced, prettier
Young as tips of grasses
The dreams you tell me of
have trains, swimming,
and flying -
I am long haired and leggy
taller than my
five foot six inches
I touch your cheek in your dreams
Make a kiss sound. Kiss!
Forgotten are dark boys
who take up my memory
my houses, my ponds
Gone are my limbs
they ache for missing my mother
for missing him.
In your dreams, I am only the
We are the remnants of an explosion of stars, debris that clutters that universe. We are undeniably bright, and scattered into lost passions and desires. We are bundled messes of hope, passion and failure. Yet, we’re stumped. It’s your first month in college, and you feel a little lost. You’re wondering if your major is truly right for you, if you’re as smart as your mom tells you you are, and if you’re going to truly live your greatest fear of mediocrity. You’re afraid you’l
Lauren McNiff is currently a student a Chapman University studying Strategic and Corporate Communication. She has a strong passion for health/wellness and hopes to obtain a career in health communications. Raised in California her whole life, Lauren spends most of her time at her favorite beach spots. Besides loving the warm and sunny weather California has to offer, Lauren is a huge foodie and is always down to try a new cafe or brunch spot. If you want see what she is up to
Since it’s October, and October is dedicated to be known as Breast Cancer awareness month, I wanted to do something different this year. I wanted to do something that could tie into beauty and self love, so I got a pink extension in my hair to honor the bravest and most amazing women in my life. My mom and grandma are both breast cancer survivors, so this is for them. The hair salon I went to for the extensions was having a fundraiser for a local woman fighting breast cancer.
We all remember our first concert. There I was, in fifth grade at the Philly Spectrum to see the infamous Grateful Dead. I was twelve and the stadium was filled with smoke. I saw two of my babysitters, roses twined around their heads, dancing in the hallway. Long dresses with clinking beads and bells and ribbons in their hands.
We could do whatever we wanted. Back then, security was loose, hippies were everywhere and it was a festival of gods and goddesses.
What was your
Photos courtesy of Paolo Sanedrin (@ayepaolo) While perusing through Instagram one morning, I stumbled across one particular account that peaked my interests, “Babes with Coffee”. Considering my dire need for caffeinated beverages, I scrolled through and instantly fell in love with its theme. The community aspect surrounding this Instagram page instantly made me feel as if I was in the presence of a whole network of individuals who shared the same interest as me: coffee. It m
“Thoughts,”a drawing with all sharpies is one of my most personal pieces which illustrates what is going on inside my head, what i value, things that inspire me, and just abstract images. These are what some of the symbols and words mean to me. WORDS: Yikes - This is something I say a lot. I put multiple yikes in all caps because there are just so many “yikes” moments in my life. But a real friend would not do that - I always try to see the best in people and it is hard for m