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Kristy Chong: The Mumpreneur With a Message

CrowdInk had the chance to sit down (virtually) with Kristy Chong, Founder of Modibodi. This Mumpreneur tells us all about being both mum and...

Women: Find Your Divine Energy With Exploring Femininity

CrowdInk had the chance to sit down (virtually) with Jonita D’souza, founder of Exploring Femininity, a company that provides both digital and physical sacred...

Australian Fashion Brand Modibodi Takes a Stand: No Photoshopping or Retouching...

Australian fashion technology brand, Modibodi, has made a statement that it won't allow retouching or photoshopping of its models, because they believe cellulite, freckles,...

Feeling Jealous? Good!

As I began to integrate the feminine principles in my day to day life, I began to question how I can channel my negative...

3 Reasons Women Should Deadlift

When it comes to women and fitness, weights have often been looked at as a poor choice that can result in you looking big...

ModiBodi May Have the Solution To a Serious Global Health Issue

“The human right to sanitation entitles everyone, without discrimination, to have physical and affordable access to sanitation, in all spheres of life, that is...

Fashion’s About You: Styling for the Everyday Woman

CrowdInk had the chance to sit down (virtually) with Jo Blankfield, author of Your Body, Your Style, and the stylist behind “Fashion’s About You.”...

Do You Know What 2 Things Define a Woman?

The Two-Fold Problem: Over the years, I have noticed that my identity as a female has been grounded in two prominent factors; my appearance (specifically,...

6 Fascinating Facts on Undies You Need to Know When Exercising

Have you ever wondered what is the best underwear when you are exercising? Good undies can be the difference between enjoying your exercise and never...

Nandos: Why the Hell is Everything So Sexualised?

“Why the hell is everything so sexualised?” - My initial reaction to Nandos’ latest advertising campaign featured in an English Indian newspaper. The advertisement reads...