“At some point in life, I’d forgotten to feel the full spectrum of feelings” How often have you and I heard the expression, “mind over matter?” In my experience, countless; said to me by family, peers, immediate supervisors and most especially
You and I might’ve been wrong about everything For a while now, a colleague and I have noticed a behavioral pattern among fresh graduates and new-to-the-workforce job seekers. They all seem to speak from a this-is-what-I-deserve perspective because they came from
As a woman, I ask: Do male beauty standards have bearing on real men? I grew up with girls that skipped their lunches to lose a few inches, that perfected makeup in high school to accentuate cheekbones and pucker their lips.
What if saying "fuck it" and going on a spending spree is the only way to stay sane?
Show up for people and show up for yourself—even if you feel unqualified.
A rumination on call outs, cancel culture and the fine line between ego and accountability
#IAmSOGIE encompasses us all. This isn’t about getting more or less, it’s about being fair.
What does it mean to dress up like a man anyway? Of the digital covers Wonder has had, three were headlined by men—Unique Salonga for April, Jason Dhakal for July and IV of Spades for August. The men we’ve featured and
Since when did the idea of body confidence become so toxic?
When the pressure to be relevant rears its ugly head: in the form of hijacking a good cause
As much as I love being part of the millennial generation, I also have some serious beef with us
“Skincare first, makeup second” reverberated in the very core of my being until these same products which gave me an uplifted sense of self-confidence became a source of shame.
And why you’re doing yourself a favor by limiting the use of pegs in your creative process
In a world of #MeToo, we’re also saying #RespetoNaman in the face of gender-based violence