Books & Art
Our Favourite Books Of 2018 & Why We Loved Them
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I Moved Back Into A Shared House After My Divorce
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I Had To Lie To Get A Divorce – This Is Why The Law Needs To Change
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An Ode To
Now That's What I Call Music
& The Dawn O...
The last thing I remember before getting irresponsibly drunk at a friend's wedding reception last year is a roomful of thirtysomethings losing their
Books & Art
R29 Book Club Verdict:
Lincoln In The Bardo
By George Sa...
Welcome to the Refinery29 Book Club! Each month, members of the team will read a book that has everyone talking, before sharing our thoughts and feelings
I Asked A Stranger 36 Questions To See If We'd Fall In Love
Give or take a month either side, I’ve been single for three years. One thousand and ninety five days of doing whatever I damn well please and shaving
When Did We Start Taking Our Horoscopes So Seriously?
When did you last read your horoscope? This week? This month? Perhaps you have an app on your phone – the most popular across Android and iOS, the
Real Women On Their Relationship With Their Body Hair
Remember when Julia Roberts flashed a hairy armpit at the Notting Hill premiere in 1999 and the tabloid press collectively lost its mind? This was in
Don't Call Me Cute: A Plea From A Short Girl
Back when I started school, I was so tiny that even the smallest off-the-peg uniform had me resembling Tom Hanks at the end of Big, all trailing cuffs
Is It OK To Charge For Food That Would Be Thrown Away?
A post shared by @foodcyclehq on Sep 18, 2016 at 12:13pm PDT Picking up the award for Outstanding British Film at last month’s BAFTAs, director Ken