Posts in Millennials
Five Women Artists You Should Know

All of the people I’ve grown up loving and admiring, were men. It felt like the age-old lie that women just aren’t as good as men, or as successful and can’t create artwork that’s as good as what men create. It made me feel wrong or inadequate or just downright angry as a woman desiring to pursue a creative career and feeling like there must be something I lack in my own female-ness.

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The Evolution of Poetry

Until Milk and Honeywas published in 2014, I think it’s safe to assume that the general public was not reading poetry.If you were to ask my dad, he’d tell you T.S. Elliot’s famous line, “April is the cruelest month”, is from a Simon and Garfunkel song. Truly, poetry had been generally declining in popularity. That is, until the arrival of the social media movement pioneered by figures such as Rupi Kaur, R.H. Sin, Lang Leav, Atticus and many more poets that gained popularity through platforms such as Instagram, Twitter and Tumblr. 

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Kicks You Don't Want Walking Out of Your Life

Back in my day, we used to walk to school uphill both ways, with one shoe. If you are like me, you heard this statement more than once as a child. I never did figure out why our elders only had one shoe on. And although we may walk to school uphill, I can assure you we will still have both of our shoes on when we get there. It is 2019, and fashion plays a pretty important role in a lot of our lives. And what we have on our feet is sometimes more important to us than the entire outfit that we wear. Whether

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Literature: The Art of Persuation & Intlectual Expression

Literature is the written word. Moreover, it is the voice of the voiceless that exists as a non-verbal entity. Writing consists of many fashions: informal, formal, creative and direct,  entertaining and media, and beyond. The humanities that are literature encompasses mass amounts of internal values that which cannot be expressed otherwise.

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What It Really Means to Take Care of Yourself

We often misconstrue self-care as a form of material value. By material form, it is implied that we may treat self-care as blanket-happiness. We often use external costs as a way to exemplify self-care, be it money, clothes, and the most important, social media. More or less, we compile many of these external pieces of material value to ensure that we are self-assured that we are properly taking care of ourselves. 

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5 Summer Flats That Won't Hurt Your Feet

Summer is here, so that means it's time for warmer weather, longer nights and lifetime memories. Our top priority when dressing for the summer is keeping cool and looking cute while doing so. No one likes to be sweaty and gross. Summertime is the most popular month to show off your latest pedicure. Why not do that in the cutest sandals or flats?

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6 Reasons to Mind Your Own This Summer

I have a feeling that this summer is going to be a great one. There seem to be so many positive aspects of sending positive vibes happening right now, 2019 makes you want to live! With that being said, please do everyone a favor and keep whatever negative comment you have built in your chest, to yourself!

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5 Reasons to Surround Yourself With Successful People

It is true when they say that the company you keep impacts your mentality. If you are constantly around self-doubters and procrastinators, then that is what you'll eventually become. Surround yourself with people who are successful.

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Listening to What Millennials Have to Say

Growing up we heard phrases like, “stop thinking you know everything” and “someone needs to put them in their place.” In more recent terms, “put your phone down and listen.” However, it's said more than ever in the Millennial Generation. Millennial culture is a little weird, yet normal. Those born in the Millennial era can be seen as lazy, dependent, selfie lovers, and narcissistic.

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Act As If Life Is But A Dream

Life is nothing but a dream, right? What if the real word for magic is manifestation? I have been on this three-day mental hiatus of questioning everything about reality. I began thinking about the things that matter the most and how far I would go to reach them. But there’s a question that I have been pondering for hours, “Can your soul pay the toll?”

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Signs a Man Is Abusive

It is hard to tell if a man can be abusive towards their lover in the future while in the dating stage because abusers allow the victim to get attached with makes it harder to leave. For example, anybody who is flat out rude to you whether underhanded or direct is going to be an abuser. If they cannot hide their true colors, then it is a given that they will pretty much be an abuser.

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