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Norethisterone Saved Me, Period

Alright, let's talk something all women experience monthly. Aunt flow is probably every woman's favourite aunt who comes bearing a monthly gift to confirm whether or not we are safe for another month to come. The relationship, however, is a complex one. We resent the times when she's a…

Mlkboard #10

Happy Wednesday, earthlings! I've been taking a break from blogging in general for a week because I wasn't in the mood to do anything other than catch up with my video games and tv series throughout Ramadhan break. Speaking of Ramadhan, Happy Eid Mubarak to those who celebrate it. Since I don't celebrate it, the only thing I can tell you about is pretty much an empty shell — unless you count random life updates as something. Until I find the mood to actually blog properly again, let's just do the random rambles and moodboard mapping.

The Startup Environment

One of the most common questions I often get besides what it means to be a user experience designer is why I chose to work for a startup company as opposed to an established corporate with a very intricate hierarchy level. To the older generation, the thought of working in a startup company is anything but great. To them, startup companies do not pay as well as big corporations do. While salary is something relative fueled by stupid stereotypes, I'm here to report to you that I am someone who prefers working in a startup.
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