Sarah Burack on Gardening, Incense, and Early-Morning Creativity
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  In a sunlit corner of Kingsbury, Rose Ho and Mikki Janower spent an afternoon crafting, gardening and trading stories with recent WashU graduate Sarah Burack.   align=center   Sarah is currently living and working in the South of France. … Read More

Men’s Self Care: Importance Beyond Gender
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Written in collaboration with the editorial team at For Hims Self-care is an essential part of a person’s day. It allows us to unwind, relax and treat ourselves so we are able to handle the insane amount of stress we … Read More

The Next Industrial Revolution: 3D Printing
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When we think of an industrial revolution, we often think of times in history when a new technology was introduced to the public and changed a way of life forever. We think of inventions like the steam engine, the automobile, … Read More

Donating: a Controversial Act
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Every year, we all do the dreaded “closet clean out”. We desperately try to justify holding on to a shirt that hasn’t been worn in two years or a dress that is too short now. Following an emotionally and physically … Read More

East Meets West
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Kimono robes, mandarin collars, qipao dresses, dragon-embroidered shirts—the list goes on, for so many Western trends can be traced back to Eastern cultures. Many of these styles have cultural significances in their own respective countries that are forgotten once brought … Read More

The Comparison Act: Social Media
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I have a love/hate relationship with social media. I’ve become so consumed by the world that exists within my phone that it’s the last thing I look at before I go to sleep and the first thing I wake up … Read More

It’s Complicated: My Relationship with the “Boyfriend” Look
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Photographs courtesy of Lindsay Wang I live in my “boyfriend” jeans. They sag on my hips. They don’t accentuate any curves I might have hiding away somewhere. They aren’t traditionally flattering, yet they remain one of my most worn articles … Read More

Young & Innovating: Melisa Seah
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  Recently, I caught up with an old friend, Melisa Seah. Back in high school, she started a club called Run Without Boundaries that raised thousands of dollars a year to support local Shanghai charities. Now, attending USC Marshall School of Business … Read More

NY / LA
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There seems to be an ongoing battle between the major cities of the American coasts: New York City and Los Angeles. Some people claim that a person naturally affiliates with one or the other, but is the choice really that … Read More

Five Podcasts to Start Your Morning
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Podcasts have a fraught reputation: some of us depend on them for our daily commute, while others find them hard to follow. Just as any given person’s tastes and interests cannot be put in a box, neither can podcasts as … Read More

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