Sustainable Menstruation | Going Green For Your Red
The 2018 World Cup is fast approaching, with national sides making their final preparations ahead of this summer’s tournament. We now know the groups after December’s draw. England have been put together with Belgium, Tunisia and Panama in Group G. Gareth Southgate’s side were not among the top seeds, meaning they featured in pot two [...]
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6 Songs to Bring You Into the Spring
6 Songs to Bring You Into the Spring As you wait out these frigid, rainy Vancouver days in the coziness of your dwelling, let your mind drift off into meditations about the early buds of Spring, the symbol of new beginnings. Use these specially curated tunes, by music contributor Della Orrey, to guide your thoughts [...]
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Three Short Story Collections to Read in 2018
Three Short Story Collections to Read in 2018 For those of us who feel life is a treadmill set several speeds too fast (read: all of us), finishing a novel before you’ve forgotten the beginning is often a pleasure reserved only for the most indulgent of beach vacations. Long a forgotten cousin of the novel, [...]
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Making 2018 a Year of Achievable Goals
New Year, New You articles can be disheartening with their over-the-top promises and features of unrealistic standards of beauty so is there a way of making 2018 a year of achievable goals? At the dawn of this new year I asked myself, what are reasonable goals for the average person (a.k.a. Me)? By average I’m [...]
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Poetry and Essay Submissions
Her Vancouver is now welcoming poetry and essay submissions! As a publication in its baby stages Her Vancouver has the privilege of forging ahead on whichever path we choose. Recognizing that it can be difficult for writers to navigate the world of publishing Her Vancouver strives to be a platform that allows writers to showcase [...]