Going back to school after a year off in the real world.
My March issue of Cosmopolitan magazine featuring this headline was delivered to my house four days after I got bangs. TOO CLOSE TO HOME, COSMO.
Welcome to We Want Your Job, where we explore the unique careers of women around the world. Today, we’re talking to Nicole Hernandez, 22, who works for a television news station in Indiana. Photography by Nicole Hernandez Photo.
As a woman who dates men, I often feel like the rules I’m supposed to follow are not simply male-centric, but genuinely focused on making dating, love, and sex endeavors that benefit primarily the male party. Here’s three of the most popular rules and why I don’t pay attention to them.
Seasonal depression is very much a thing for me and for anyone else who struggles with it, I encourage you to make a list like this. It’s an exercise in gratitude and being present. Come back to it when it feels like nothing is good, and find a way to feel those feelings.
About that time I climbed a mountain and it helped me see my body in a brand new light of positivity.
This past summer, for the first time in probably 6 years, I read a book for pleasure. No one had assigned it to me, and there wasn’t a report on it due at the end of the month. It was MAGICAL.
8 fun links for the weekend, including Miranda Hobbes’ bagel order and the best TV series of all time.
“Even at age seven or eight, I was painfully aware that if I attempted to get closer to any of the boys I found cool or interesting, I would be teased about wanting to have that boy be my boyfriend, wanting to kiss him on the playground, etc. etc. So I didn’t pursue any of those friendships, solely because of the social consequences that I knew would come of it.”