Self care has become a pretty hot buzz word in recent years, but often associated with face masks & candles – this is our no BS guide to self care for those days when you need a little bit more!
In recent months with the rise in popularity of TikTok, there has been an alarming increase of health “trends” going viral. One of them being about syncing your menstrual cycles, we look into this and see if it’s just the next fad or will help you take control of your reproductive health!
As a young professional in her mid-twenties, LUX WMN writer Hannah, talks about the pressure of feeling like you need to have everything figured out in your twenties and attempting to balance life, work, social media pressures and navigating the world of adulthood.
For most of us, stress has become an all too familiar companion in our everyday lives. Whether it’s the high demands of work, relationships or family, we are often left feeling overwhelmed and emotionally drained!
Intention setting can help you keep important personal values in mind as you progress through your day. With little separation between your work and personal life, this can be a helpful way to avoid burnout and create boundaries for yourself.
LUX WMN Editor-in-Chief, Amanda Roberts took herself on a solo holiday! No partner, no kids and no work – read about Amanda’s escape to Colombia and why it should be at the top of your travel bucket list!
Having a private space to be vulnerable could be a form of therapy people need to process anxiety and depression…
With summer coming to a close, here’s some chill songs to wind down with. Head over to our Spotify (LUX WMN) or scan the QR code below to check out…
Women’s sexual health and wellness is considered “taboo.” We think it should be highlighted so women can feel their best, and masturbation may be something to help.
Diet culture, anxiety and social media are just some of the reasons as to why we can have such a complicated relationship with our bodies. Diana Reid shares her tips and reminds us that our bodies are okay, we promise!
TW: Diet culture and societal body shaming.