Five Ways Surrounding Yourself with Badass Women Empowers You

By Aimee Therese for Vinazine   2018 was a tough and beautiful year for me. It brought painful life changes, valuable realizations, and exciting new beginnings. Much of this was due to the support, insight, love, and encouragement of the badass women in my life, who actively built me up and helped me recognize my self-worth. I have experienced firsthand…

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How to Start Over After a Breakup

By Eli for Vinazine.com   Life after a failed relationship isn’t easy: you are bound to reinvent yourself, to re-adapt into a world that is no longer made for two. Truth is, there is no single formula on how to start over again, just as there is no single formula on how to build a routine and stick to it.…

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Getting into Yoga for the Absolute Rookie

By Jewell Fears for Vinazine   As a former athlete (gymnast to be exact), I’m used to putting my body into precarious positions. After being injured in a competition many moons ago, I’ve struggled to find an activity that not only challenges my body but doesn’t exacerbate my injury while doing so. Being sympathetic to my dilemma, a girlfriend of…

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The Unsexy Personality Trait That Makes for Better Sex

[The Cut] In a lot of ways, conscientiousness feels like the least sexy of the “Big Five” personality traits, a group that also includes extroversion, agreeableness, openness, and neuroticism. Painted with a broad brush, people who are conscientious are organized, thorough, diligent, and good at responding to emails. They’re into making plans, and being punctual, and other activities that tend…

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How We Erroneously Define Our Potential

[Goop] Peter Crone is not a psychotherapist. Instead, he refers to himself as a “mind architect,” whose sole goal is helping people understand how their own perceptions and their own self-limiting beliefs and words have shaped their reality—a reality that might not actually jive with a more objective and less distorted point of view. Crone sees his role as calling…

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What Does Your God Look Like?

[Goop] Regardless of our religion or lack thereof, most of us have an image of God. For some, it’s a benevolent older man—maybe surrounded by clouds and lots of sunlight. For others, it’s a more of a disciplinarian—maybe God has a direct gaze and there are some lightning bolts thrown in. Boston-based therapist Aimee Falchuk calls this our god image.…

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How Anna Delvey Tricked New York

By Jessica Pressler This article was originally published on The Cut It started with money, as it so often does in New York. A crisp $100 bill slipped across the smooth surface of the mid-century-inspired concierge desk at 11 Howard, the sleek new boutique hotel in Soho. Looking up, Neffatari Davis, the 25-year-old concierge, who goes by “Neff,” was surprised…

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Let’s Talk About My Abortion (and Yours)

By Cindi Leive  This Article is an Op-Ed from the New York Times.  Several months ago, I appeared on a morning TV show alongside Cecile Richards, then the president of Planned Parenthood. Our topic had been women’s activism, and we’d both spoken in equal amounts. But when I checked Twitter later, the violent insults were flying only at Ms. Richards,…

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