Sometimes you have a bunch of scraps that can happily come together to create real DIY goodness. I had a bunch of left over scrap wood, but nothing big enough to really make anything. I also had a bunch of sheets of cork board laying that I had used for another project ages ago. One good brainstorm later, the two came easily together to make a pretty nifty and helpful thing.
Every Friday, I try to put out the most useful information about sex and sexuality that I can to the online world, Fangirls. So I figured, why not talk about some useless stuff. Well, it’s not totally useless, random factoids do have their place. Like in this article. I’ve compiled some interesting & hilarious facts about sex and anatomy so that, in the true spirit of sex, we can all have a laugh and learn something new.
Keeping track of your body and health is pretty darn important, Fangirls. Luckily, for those of us who find it hard to do so or are just a little flaky, there’s the wonder of technology. Clue is an amazing app that I’ve just discovered, that helps you track your period, it’s symptoms, and your fertility and ovulation. It’s useful, well designed, and a brilliant tool for those who deal with the lovely menstrual cycle. Read More »
I love to make lists, Fangirls. They help sort my brain and all the things it has to do. Notes on my phone or that built in Reminders app are easily jumbled for me, though. It’s easy for my lists to get messy, which doesn’t at all help with productivity. Which is why Taasky is the best thing ever.
Fangirls. This book is hands down one of the absolute best sex books out there. A good friend of mine lent it to me about two weeks ago, and it has wonderfully consumed me. It’s so beyond being just a sexuality text book. It’s a guide, a reference, and all around just fun to read. It’s realistic, informative, and positive. Its easily one of the best books ever to have come my way.
Fangirls! I don’t ever seem to find any apps that are actually helpful. I’ve tried time and again searching through the “Productivity” category in the app store and I never have any luck. Last week, I discovered this app after someone I follow on Twitter posted a screen shot from it. I was curious, so I downloaded it, seeing that it was free. And oh man, Fangirls. If you ever wanted to learn a language in a fun, easy, not overwhelming, on your own time, but effective way; Welcome to DuoLingo.