Practical tips, insights and expert advice to help you understand yourself and better navigate the ups and downs of modern life. These are some of the life lessons you wish you’d learnt in school the first time around.
People who’ve previously been in debt but climbed back out offer their advice and tips for anyone struggling with finances right now. Along with tighter
Editor Beth Ashley writes on how her identity changes during the pandemic, what it’s like to grieve for our old selves, and what to do
Writer and editor of sister magazine, Beccy Hill got married just before she hit the big 3.0. You know that heavily documented age by which we should have ticked off numerous big life events and well, started acting like a grown-up, right?
After she was raped, Lucia Osborne-Crowley turned to alcohol to numb all the feelings that bubbled to the surface. She also found solace in the words of other women as she plucked books at random from her shelves. Until a kitten came into her life – and, so it turned out, saved it too
Following a flippant comment in group therapy, writer Chloe Lovell felt her entire identity unraveling. She’s black and mixed-race, but has often found her blackness called into question — not black enough, not white enough, too posh, too ghetto. Here she unpicks a lifetime of memories and the challenges she has faced…
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After years of covering himself, pulling down his top if his torso became exposed, a t-shirt clinging to his skin in the swimming pool and drunken hookups in the dark, Oscar Easton let go of his shame, covered his self-harm scars with tattoos and learnt how to accept his naked body.
Writer Eleanor Noyce was loving being seventeen, until a type one diabetes diagnosis – and the need to use an insulin pump – knocked her confidence and led her sex life through a drought. In this essay, she explores how queer dating helped her find her sexiness again.
After being diagnosed with complex pcos, writer Katie Baskerville’s body changed. With that, came a difficult disconnection and crisis of confidence to overcome. In this essay, she explores what it means to love yourself when your body becomes unfamiliar to you.