I’ve always had an eye for fashion. Ever since I was young, the “closet world” has been my comfortable place—Choosing the hottest combinations from my mom’s “grown up” drawers, playing dress-up in her new designer boots, window shopping and craving that five-kajillion-dollar jacket for no reason other than it was cool as hell.
I’m going to be straight for a second: I get a really heavy flow. Ever since the miracle of womanhood first hit—imagine me, a pimpled, chubby twelve year old, cursing the universe for endowing her gift during gymnastics class—I’ve dealt with the difficulties of a heavy period.
If you're a soccer fan, you know there's nothing quite as thrilling as attending a live game. There's an unparalleled kind of energy—you, suited up in your favorite player's jersey; the stadium's light blinding your eyes; the stands erupting with support for the home team, or rage against the rivals.
The buying and selling of cryptocurrencies is no longer a practice subject to the comp-sci nerd, hunching over his desktop in his basement, hoping to trade his way into the shoes of a Bitcoin billionaire. Now, the world of crypto trading is widely navigated, becoming more and more normalized as a means of obtaining wealth, whether it be through digital currency or traditional, fiat currencies like USD or Euro.