Mixed Feelings

MANY EMOTIONS, SAME TIME.

  1. Our Hormones + Skin According to Britney Spears

    In honor of Britney Spears’s resilience and new vulnerable memoir, we present to you a playlist illustrating the effect of hormones on our skin an...
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  2. The Power of Psychodermatology

    In today's fast-paced world, our skin often bears the brunt of our stress, anxiety, and emotional turmoil. Our world is that much more hectic and ...
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  3. What made you decide to invest in selfmade?

    Learn the motivations behind our investors' decision to invest in selfmade and a bit about their emotional human side. Why is investing in BIPOC ...
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  4. The LGBTQ+ Representation We Need

    This year will be my second Pride fully, and happily, out of the closet. There was a long period of time I thought I wouldn’t be able to ...
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  5. Why don't more Asian Americans seek out mental health support?

    This May, August & selfmade – 2 Asian American founded companies – are shedding some light on the realities of mental health within...
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  6. Playlist: Black Femme Fantastic-a! (For Womxn's History Month)

    Click HERE for Jasmine's Womxn's History Month Playlist When I was asked to curate this playlist in honor of Black Fem...
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  7. Building Strong Foundations for Self-Preservation and Resiliency

    “Let’s do a one-minute meditation…okay…go!” I dreaded this part of our sessions when my therapist would force me to sit with my thoughts ...
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  8. Finding the Dream Team: A Letter to my Younger Self

    Hi K, I know you’ve always dreamed of a best friend. The kind with whom you can talk for hours, support and lean on, f...
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  9. For The Girls Who Were Once Told To Stay Out Of The Sun

    The year is 2005. Beauty standards are unkind to everyone outside of the conventionally attractive (white, thin, blonde hair with blue ey...
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  10. My Journey of Self-Worth as an Egyptian WOC

    I am sitting amidst a pile of photos and postcards. The city of Cairo roars outside the window, accompanied by the sound of my grandparen...
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  11. How Overcoming an Eating Disorder Shaped My Identity as a Second Generation Latina

    Growing up, it felt like superficiality dominated societal standards. Whether it was achieving a thigh gap in 2012 or a trademark Kardash...
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  12. Who Am I if I Can’t Do Everything?

    I returned home from my last meeting of the day around 9:30 pm, shrugging off my tote bag and sliding out of my shoes. My heels aching f...
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