Monthly Archives: March 2014

► A Love Letter to Cosplay & Ideas for Beginner Costumes

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Hey guys! Today I’m talking about how to use cosplay for self esteem; as well as, the negatives and positives in the cosplay community! Just a warning, the video has some saucy language. As mentioned in the video, here is Gwen’s post on her experiences of self-esteem in the cosplay community, Cosplay & Self Esteem (A Response To Superheroesque)!   ...

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Cosplay & Self Esteem

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Cosplayer: Kim Bishop as Mitsuru Kirijo from Persona 3, Photo: AR Photography I have written and rewritten this post many, many times. Cosplay has made such a huge impact on my life in ways that I don’t always feel comfortable sharing with people. But today, I want to tell you a little bit about my personal experience with cosplay. Let me ...

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► Schedule Your Self-Love!

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It’s Liz here with your bi-weekly YouTube video! This week’s subject? Schedule your self-love! In today’s video, we discuss the importance of self love and why it should be prioritized! As promised in the video, here are some tips to scheduling some self love! Do you notice a natural lag in your week? Is there a certain day of the ...

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How I Learned to Love the Geek

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I’ve been a geek since before I knew what a geek was. I was definitely a geek before it was acceptable to be a geek. I don’t remember a point in my life before Star Trek, Star Wars, Highlander, Lord of the Rings, or any form of fantasy and sci-fi. Pretty much anything I read was fantasy, sci-fi, or horror ...

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Girls Don’t Read Comics (Obviously)

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From Humble Beginnings Once upon a time, I dated someone who was really into comics. Compared to other areas of geekery, comics seemed so vast and impossible to start. Do I have to read from the very first issue ever onward? Do I really just jump in? It seemed especially intimidating to be a girl interested in comics – every ...

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