The 2020 silly season may be over, but there's guaranteed to always be another celebration around the corner. No matter the occasion, ENID is here to guide you on more sustainable ways of spreading cheer.
If 2020 was a wardrobe item, it would be dusty heels. In February, I was looking at purchasing a new floral dress, but by April, I was scrolling on The Iconic looking for new sweatpants to add to my collection. Long gone are the days of tight denim (anything form-fitting really), heeled booties and leather… Continue reading ENID’s Guide to Spring Sweatpants
For too long, feminism was only concerned with the issues facing white women. In this ultimate reading and listening guide, Kate offers a comprehensive list of ways we can become our best intersectional feminist selves, because every feminist needs to acknowledge the systemic barriers facing BIPOC women.
Whenever Mother's Day comes around, the pressure is on for families to plan the perfect day for the most important women in their lives. But is the day just reserved for those who have birthed or raised children, or can we also celebrate other kinds of mothers alongside less traditional notions of motherhood?
As Australia moves to self-isolation measures due to the coronavirus epidemic, we’re in the midst of a strange new reality. Which means for most of us, staying indoors all day, every day is the new norm. But if you’re not an introvert or homebody, you might be struggling to pass the time outside of Zoom meetings and walking to the fridge for yet another snack...
Public service announcement: telling someone they need a routine is about as helpful as telling someone they really need to not have 6 cups of coffee a day. Yes, justification is not unclear, but it is also not particularly helpful. In times like this, there is no absence of advice, but a lot of the advice clearly lacks substance.