As the 11th part of our valentines series, Clara Fors Wisbyse reflects on her previous relationships and learning to love yourself this valentines day
Clara Fors Wisbyse with a great review of the Netflix special ‘Enola Holmes,’ the feminist retelling of the quintessential detective story, and the important lessons on loneliness it can teach us.
Clara Fors Wisbyse sat down with relationship expert, Sofie Hallberg, to discuss the “emotional absurdity” of breakups, and dares to commit the cardinal sin of texting her exes for their perspectives.
Robin Lo Annsdotter Holmlid laughs when I ask if he wants to tell his story about being transgender and changing pronoun. “Really I’m a pretty lazy transgender person,” he says as he smiles softly through the computer screen in front of me attempting to tell me how it all started. “I didn’t have anyone toContinue reading “A Journey From She to Me”
Laura is a dedicated young woman who knows her potential and isn’t afraid to use it. That, together with an unexpected push from a friend, made her release her very own poetry book at only 20 years old.
Here’s a guide on how to take care of that beautiful face mainly covered up by a face mask, and give some love to those dried and tired hands suffering under layers of hand sanitizer.
It was the 21st of December. The sun was shining over the busy street that I was walking down in my light spring coat. It was the first time I’ve lived somewhere where I could wear my favourite clothes in December and still be warm and happy.