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6 Things I’m Buying Now to Wear Later

A few weeks ago, when I was basking in the glory of the concept of a brand new year, something switched in me. I looked at my sweaters and leggings I’d been wearing on repeat for the past 10 months, and I decided it was time for—for lack...

New Netflix Features We Can’t Wait to Watch in February

There’s nothing that I love quite more than catching feelings for a new Netflix feature, falling madly in love with the characters, and adopting the show’s syntax (i.e., telling my friends they “must make haste” instead of urging them to pick up the pace). In the same breath,...

8 Small Changes I’m Making to My Routine in 2021

I am typically not a big resolution gal, but at the start of 2021, I decided to make a list of some basic changes I wanted to make to my routine. They are not really goals, but instead just some simple habits that I want to incorporate into...

Universities Are Not Preparing Educated Women for the Sexism That Greets Them After Graduation

In the storm surrounding highly educated women, I was reminded of my own career trajectory and that of my female colleagues, and the ways by which our professional experiences have been blighted by sexism and sexists. Dr. Jill Biden at the National Education Association Representative Assembly in Houston on...

A Cabinet That Looks Like America

With Kamala Harris and 11 women nominees, seven of them women of color, President Joe Biden’s Cabinet will be, as he promised, “the single-most diverse … that’s ever existed.” When approved, 48% of President Biden’s Cabinet will be women—the most in U.S. history. (Graphic free to reuse with...

I Tried the Famous $5 Amazon Mascara, and Here’s the Verdict

A byproduct of my Scandivian heritage? Very light colored eyebrows and eyelashes, the latter of which I’ve been darkening with mascara ever since I begged my mom for a tube back in the seventh grade. I’ve experimented with a variety of brands and shades over the years, and...

It’s Hard to Watch the Growing Interest in Asian Food After Being Shamed for My Culture as a Kid

Everyone has a handful of memories that are painful to remember. I have a fistful of memories that are shrouded in guilt and shame. These memories lie deep within my belly, and among these darker memories, there are several of them that are connected to being Asian American....

Plus-Size Activewear Outfits to Wear For Every Work Out

The Everygirl’s product selections are curated by the editorial team. If you buy something through our links, we may earn an affiliate commission, at no cost to you. We only recommend products we genuinely love. Copy By: Maya G. Pete Feature Image By: @maya.esthetic When it comes to working out, finding...

15 Slow Cooker Recipes for Cold Weather

These days, it’s dark when you wake up, dark when you get back home, and your brain is all foggy from the pumpkin-spiced everything that you can’t avoid. The cooler weather just simply makes you want to curl up on the couch, be lazy, and binge-watch...

“The Firsts”: How Freshman Rep. Sharice Davids Showed Up for Her Community

“You get to decide what success means.” Congresswoman Sharice Davids at the Overland Park Advocacy & Awareness March in Overland Park, Kan., in June 2020. (Will England / Flickr) In The Firsts: The Inside Story of the Women Reshaping Congress, New York Times reporter Jennifer Steinhauer documents the experiences of...