“With Bridgit Mendler turning 23 today, it seems the perfect time to celebrate the Disney stars, old and new, who have had a killer year.”
Ashley Rickards: “Place enjoyment over expectation this holiday season. Think about the things that make you happy, rather than trying to rush through life.”
“Most people pen letters to their future selves, saying who they want to be. But I thought it was my younger self who deserved to hear from me.”
November is Trans Awareness Month. We want to punch our fists in the air and celebrate the glorious victories that the LGBTQ+ community has seen in 2015.
Technology has become so immersive, it scares me. If you’re a technophobe too, you’ll relate to these struggles for those of us who can’t quite keep up.
It’s almost Christmas and you’ve realised you have no money. Here are 6 reasons why holding a job down at university or college is a good thing.
Ashley Rickards: “societal expectations upon young millennial’s for informed & unique opinions in the age of selfies and standardized statistics.”
We as a society need to get “VEGucated.” I’m here to tell you that you can be happy, healthy, and super adventurous without the traditional omnivorous diet.
Weekly Round-Up: European leaders having an emergency meeting to discuss the migrant/ refugee crisis, China ending the one-child policy and Zola’s story.
This film is long overdue and it has taken more than 100 years to tell the story of the Suffragettes. Ironically, it feels more relevant than ever.
I love everything about Taylor Magazine, but I feel that autumn is the perfect time to change things up a little and make it even better.
Here’s our first weekly round-up. We’ll do this every week to keep you up to date on things that have happened all over the world. Stay educated!
We Millennials have become so obsessed with the “cool girl” that we have made it an unattainable standard that shames anyone who dares to be different.
“We need to allow ourselves to be open to the impact of others if we are to impact upon them,” Perry writes. This has become one of my favourite quotes from “How to Stay Sane.”
We’re always being told that we’ve got to work hard in order to make a name for ourselves. But it’s not always about working hard, it’s about working smart.