Meet Daye Subscription Box

@meetdaye make amazing sustainable tampons!! This box or goodies was kindly gifted/PR product to me! I was so excited to receive this awesome subscription box! Not only is it such a cute aesthetic box but the products are high quality too!! I was gifted:• 3 CBD regular tampons• 3 CBD super absorbent tampons• 3 regular... Continue Reading →

She was walking home

The cover photo is what I did for Booberrit campaign of #dontkeepmum talking about maternal health - maternal health is critical, women's health is vital... But I also feel like the image applies to many things... My mind has been whirling recently over everything in general and finding the time or energy to articulate those... Continue Reading →

130 International Womens Day Quotes

Women's day has emerged as such in the early 1900s from the movements for women's rights. Much has been achieved since those days, but much remains to be done in the fight of gender equality. To quote a historical figure by the name of Golda Meir, "Whether women are better than men I cannot say -... Continue Reading →

Supporting the LGBTQ Community

First of lets begin with what is LGBTQ? LGBTQ+ is an initialism that means: L - Lesbian G - Gay B - Bisexual T - Transgender Q - Queer or Questioning People often use LGBTQ+ to mean all of the communities included in the “LGBTTTQQIAA”: LesbianGayBisexualTransgenderTranssexual2/Two-SpiritQueerQuestioningIntersexAsexualAlly + Pansexual+ Agender+ Gender Queer+ Bigender+ Gender Variant+ Pangender... Continue Reading →

Hair today, gone tomorrow | Alopecia.

It's happening. Been happening a while actually. A few years in fact. Started off thinking post partum hair loss - normal, all normal. Something called Telogen effluvium where levels return back to normal, causing hairs to switch from their growth to shedding phase and result in larger amounts of hair shedding than we're used to.... Continue Reading →

100 days of darkness – new motherhood

Photos that encapsulate becoming a new mother. They show the exhaustion. They show the cups of cold tea on the side. They show the maternity pants and expressing milk. They show the puffy face. They show the hormonal sweats and hair loss. I was in a zone of living every day on adrenaline. There were... Continue Reading →

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