Here are 5 Tokyo Olympic athletes with inspirational stories.
Image credit If improving your skincare and overall self care routine is one of your goals for the new year, you may have already come across the concept of jade rolling, and by extension, gua sha. In a nutshell, a jade roller is a small tool made of, well, jade, that typically has a cylindrical… Continue reading A Beginner’s Guide To Jade Rolling
Unless you’ve been hiding under a rock for the past year (with the pandemic and all, we don’t blame you), you’ve probably heard of the self-help book that’s been taking the millennial world by storm: Florence Given’s Women Don’t Owe You Pretty. Yep, the one with the groovy retro typeface and pink and red colouring. … Continue reading ENID Reviews… ‘Women Don’t Owe You Pretty’
If your tastes haven’t progressed beyond the pre-mixed drinks of your youth, now is the time to level up with tips from your ENID big sis (aka, our main gal Fran)
After noticing some unusual bruises, Fran booked a doctor's appointment that probably saved her life. Unfortunately, it meant spending New Year's Eve in hospital - here's how it went.
At just 20-years-old, Maddie received a diagnosis we all dread: cancer. Our gal Fran speaks to her about recovery, positivity and the only disease with a 100% mortality rate: LIFE.
Having recently ranked number one as the most streamed show on Australian Netflix, there’s a good reason why Netflix's 'Emily in Paris' is so popular. Our main gal Fran gives us the DL.
For most of us, we exist inside our socio-political bubbles, with limited exposure to opposing views. So Fran found herself a little shocked (to say the least) when she was roped into a conversation with an anti-vax conspiracist. Here's what she learned.
The COVID-19 pandemic has made long distance dating even harder, with hard border closures quite literally banning you from seeing your betrothed. Fran speaks to two couples who are going through that right now, to get an insight into how it's going.
It's not a narrative that is often shared with students, but full time work isn't necessarily the next step after graduating with an undergrad degree. Despite being the "odd one out job-wise", managing editor Fran has enjoyed the freedom that comes with freelancing.