Women in History Whose Names You May Not Have Learned in Grade School

Abolitionist and suffragist Lucy Stone said, “I believe that the influence of woman will save the country before every other power.” In honor of Women’s History Month, here are five female activists who fought for equal rights and who are not often found in school history books.  Frances Ellen Watkins Harper Frances Ellen Watkins Harper … Read moreWomen in History Whose Names You May Not Have Learned in Grade School

The 2021 Summer Trends We’re Buying Right Now

The Everygirl’s product selections are curated by the editorial team. If you buy something through our links, we may earn an affiliate commission, at no cost to you. We only recommend products we genuinely love. Over the past 12 months, our shopping game has needed to do a complete 180. While in-person shopping used to … Read moreThe 2021 Summer Trends We’re Buying Right Now

How To Be There for a Friend When You Can’t Be There in Person

For pretty much all of my adult life, most (if not all) of my closest friends and I lived far apart from each other. Some of us were going to school, others were starting jobs, and some were getting engaged and planning weddings. We had to adapt our friendships to be long-distance (which I say … Read moreHow To Be There for a Friend When You Can’t Be There in Person

What It’s Like to Have Conflicting Thoughts About Your Own Race

This post was originally published on June 23, 2020. I tend to have a lot of conflicting thoughts about being Asian. I think that’s how my personal identity has always been. Conflicting. Not Asian “enough.” Not American “enough.” (I’ve had to learn to completely throw out the word “enough” because I now know that I … Read moreWhat It’s Like to Have Conflicting Thoughts About Your Own Race

Darling Letters: Thoughts on Hope and Beauty

We are bringing “Darling Letters” from your inbox to the blog! We love the art of letter writing and believe it helps build authentic community. Our editors and contributors have thoughtfully written encouraging letters to cut through the busyness and speak straight to your heart. If I were to paint the last couple of weeks … Read moreDarling Letters: Thoughts on Hope and Beauty

Grab Your Wallet: 40% off Spring Essentials at Madewell

The Everygirl’s product selections are curated by the editorial team. If you buy something through our links, we may earn an affiliate commission, at no cost to you. We only recommend products we genuinely love. Whether the groundhog saw its shadow or not (was that even a thing this year?) we are so ready for … Read moreGrab Your Wallet: 40% off Spring Essentials at Madewell

6 Gen Z Fashion Trends We’re Actually Wearing

The Everygirl’s product selections are curated by the editorial team. If you buy something through our links, we may earn an affiliate commission, at no cost to you. We only recommend products we genuinely love. Up until a mere few weeks ago, Gen Z wasn’t on my radar whatsoever. I reluctantly got onto TikTok, scrolled … Read more6 Gen Z Fashion Trends We’re Actually Wearing

Our Sofa Collab Is On Sale at Interior Define

The Everygirl designed this product line in collaboration with Interior Define. If you buy a piece from our collection, we may earn a commission, at no cost to you. We only recommend products we genuinely love. There’s nothing like a new piece (hello, gorgeous) of furniture to instantly transform a room. But… #thatpricetagtho. Definitely not something … Read moreOur Sofa Collab Is On Sale at Interior Define

Darling Letters: La Renovación Que Llega Con Una Nueva Temporada

Darling is working to translate some of our content into Spanish. If you have edits or feedback on this translation, our team would love your input! Email blog@darlingmagazine.org and include Spanish Translation in your subject line. For the English version, click here. Translation via Jennifer Rodriguez El otro día, entré a mi jardín justo después de que … Read moreDarling Letters: La Renovación Que Llega Con Una Nueva Temporada

Must-Have Items You Can’t Buy At Trader Joe’s

While I was in college, the three main food groups that dominated my diet included pizza rolls, ranch, and coffee. I know what you’re thinking. She was a beacon of health and wellness. I probably cooked a real meal only once (buttered noodles count, right?) and I don’t think that I consumed anything green for … Read moreMust-Have Items You Can’t Buy At Trader Joe’s