Yoga Journal Has a Major Body Image Issue, and By Issue, I Mean Problem

The magazine is “finally getting hip to the yoga trends, except they’ve got it all wrong and it doesn’t look good.”


Emily Calandrelli Shows Off Coolest Aspects Of Space In New FOX Series For Teens

“I want to show a more relatable side to STEM and help get young students to try it out because it might just be for them.”

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Speaker Melissa Mark-Viverito Bravely Announces HPV Diagnosis On Twitter

We cannot think of a greater act of selfless bravery. Brava Madam Speaker.

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Women Of The Mountain: Stories Of Six Women Rising Above

Life isn’t about finishing first, life is about going beyond your limits.



Fix-it Friday with Norma Vally

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Fix-It Friday: How To Turn Your Bathroom Into A Spa Retreat… Easily & Inexpensively

Would you just RELAX! Easier said than done, my friends! Practice yoga, meditate, breathe, sure! Or kick back with a glass of scotch, or wine... actually any adult beverage - my usual go-to de-stressor. In honor of today - National Relaxation Day - a holiday that requires no explanation, I’ve decided to inspire  "We The Frazzled" to ... [Read More]


I’m Thinking About Alienating Everyone I Know… Ready?

August 14, 2014 by

in my opinion there are things president bush did right. in my opinion there are things president obama did/does right. ... [Read More]

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Babies Now Being Grown On Trees All Over The World

August 14, 2014 by

While money doesn't grow on trees, babies are now being grown on trees all over the world. Well, not ACTUAL babies, but cute-as-a-button, baby shaped pears that are being birthed - err grown - thanks to China based Fruit Mould. When the company's specialty molds are placed around a budding bundle of deliciousness during the fruit's early stages of maturation, you end up with a full grown pear that bears ... [Read More]


Sister: A Documentary About The Global Crisis Of Maternal Mortality

August 14, 2014 by

The documentary Sister, directed by Brenda Davis, gives an inside view into the complications of pregnancy and childbirth women in Ethiopia, Cambodia and Haiti face everyday. The film tells the stories of healthcare providers who work tirelessly to save lives, deliver babies, and provide health education in their ... [Read More]


If Male Superhero Costumes Were Designed Like Female Superhero Costumes

August 13, 2014 by

Anna, a.k.a. Fernacular, a young woman from Boston, “got tired of guys having no idea why girls find female superheros' costumes kinda sexist.” So she went ahead and made this set of drawings showing what male superhero costumes would look like if designed like female superhero costumes. Her goals were to: ... [Read More]

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Female Fantasy Office: What If Workplaces Were Designed For Women By Women?

August 13, 2014 by

What if workplaces were designed for women by women? That’s the question Fiona Smith, a journalist at the Australian Financial Review, and BRW Magazine, recently set out to answer. But rather than come up with her own personal vision board for what a “female fantasy office” would look like, she took to Twitter and Facebook ... [Read More]


These Acid Attack Survivors Are No Longer Hiding

August 13, 2014 by

Six years ago, Rupa, now 22, was the victim of an acid attack at the hands of her own stepmother. The young woman, who has since dropped her last name after disowning her father for supporting her stepmother, has teamed up with the non-profit organization Stop Acid Attacks to fight for justice for herself and other survivors of this heinous crime. ... [Read More]


Storiarts: Literary Accessories For Your Bookish Life

August 12, 2014 by

It’s no secret that WYSK loves to read, and we also love easy-going fashion, so when we came across the company Storiarts, by Tori Tissell, it was literary love at first site. In 2011 Tori came up with the idea to print “books” on scarves when trying to decide what to do about Christmas gifts for her family and friends. “I couldn’t afford to buy anything,” ... [Read More]