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Elizabeth Enochs

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Past articles by Elizabeth:

5 Signs You Need To Step Away From The News Cycle (& How To Do It)

A psychologist explains how to tell if you need to cut back on your news consumption, and how to still learn what you need to know. → Read More

How To Promote Hair Growth

If you’re looking for ways to combat thinning hair and excess shedding, learning how to promote hair growth is step number one. Bustle reached out to Dr. Sejal Shah, a board-certified dermatologist and RealSelf contributor, and Savannah Fincher,… → Read More

The 5 Best Board Games Like Dungeons & Dragons

Love Dungeons & Dragons, but looking to shake things up? Below, you'll find several magical board games like Dungeons & Dragons. From the game's RPG aspect to the dice-rolling component to the cooperative spirit, my picks tick many D&D-like boxes so… → Read More

The 4 Best Cruelty-Free Concealers

With all the cruelty-free makeup products available today, there couldn't be a better time to switch to a kinder beauty routine. And whether you’re hoping to hide blemishes or cover dark circles, the best cruelty-free concealers can help you get… → Read More

A Cattle Rancher, a Vegan Blogger, and a Very Texas Love Story

It looked like this marriage would never last. Then Renee King-Sonnen had a wild idea. → Read More

Jane Goodall's Advice For Activists Is Something You Can Start Practicing Today

You probably know about Dr. Jane Goodall's revolutionary work with chimpanzees, but how well do you really know her? Since the 1960s, the 83-year-old scientist's work with chimps has challenged the scientific community to redefine what it means to be… → Read More

The 7 Most Rewarding Jobs For Women

For the third year in a row, Bustle's Upstart Awards are honoring young women who are doing incredible things in the realms of business, STEM, fashion and beauty, the arts, philanthropy, and beyond. Want to be an Upstarts honoree one day? Read on for… → Read More

Women In Flint, MI, Had Fewer Pregnancies After The Water Crisis Began, & Lead Could Be To Blame

As activists will remind you, the city of Flint, MI, has been without clean water for three years and five months, and we're beginning to see the long-term health effects of this crisis. Thanks to a recent study, the damage Flint city officials set i… → Read More

Bronze Age Women Traveled The World While Men Stayed At Home, & We Only Just Found Out Because Of Sexism

You know how people are always talking about the Stone Age as if it was full of cavemen calling the shots while cavewomen gathered nuts and berries? Well, it looks like that whole concept might be total bullsh*t. According to a new study, led by Prof… → Read More

7 Signs That My Anxiety Wouldn't Go Away Without Help

Like most people who have dealt with anxiety for as long as they can remember, I’ve always known that I worry more than most people. You can only hear the phrase “you worry too much” before you start to think there might be something different about … → Read More

8 Women In STEM Who Are Changing The Game

Despite the fact that women-led tech companies reportedly perform three times better than companies with male CEOs, the gender gap in STEM — science, technology, engineering, & mathematics — persists. As Observer reported just last June, women only o… → Read More

Amazon Prime Members Will Start Getting Discounts At Whole Foods, & It’s A Game-Changer

Amazon has officially confirmed that their takeover of Whole Foods Market will go into effect on Monday, August 28th. Even better, the massive internet retailer says the first thing they're doing is making Whole Foods more affordable. So if you (like… → Read More

This Is What NOT To Do During The Solar Eclipse 2017

On August 21, millions of Americans will get to witness one of the most highly anticipated cosmic events to grace our skies in decades. In fact, a total solar eclipse hasn’t hit the U.S. since 1979, and only a handful of Pacific Northwestern states g… → Read More

Signs You Need To Step Away From The News Cycle — And How To Do It

Let me be very clear: No matter how stressful the news cycle can be, it’s of the utmost importance that we all stay informed. There is nothing wise about being willfully ignorant when it comes to current events, global news, and the overall state of → Read More

Simple Ways To Boost Your Mood Right Now

If you’re anything like me, then you’re probably always searching for simple ways to boost your mood. And if you’re not, then you probably should be, because bad days happen to everybody. The fact is, life periodically gets weird for all of us, and o → Read More

Common Habits That Can Actually Be Signs Of Anxiety

Speaking from both personal experience and extensive research, I can tell you that there are several upsides to having high-functioning anxiety. (No, seriously.) For one thing, recent research suggests that there’s a very real link between anxiety an → Read More

31 Groundbreaking Women From History You Didn't Learn About In School

Ever since Congress passed Public Law 100-9 in 1987, March has officially been known as Women’s History Month in the U.S. As a feminist and a woman, I obviously think this is great. Women have contributed so much to society, and Women’s History Month → Read More

Comments I'm Already Tired Of Hearing As A Newly-Out Bi Woman

Two months ago, I officially came out as bisexual on the internet. I wrote about a few of the things studies can tell us about bisexual women, (we smoke the most weed, we’re particularly susceptible to mental illness, etc.) and I posted it on Faceboo → Read More

How To Make Money As A Writer (According To Someone Doing It)

Speaking as someone who earned a bachelor’s degree in writing even though many people advised me not to, I’m thrilled to report that writing is officially my day job — and I couldn’t be prouder of that fact. However, making money as a writer comes wi → Read More

Why Consent Matters In Healthy, Long-Term Relationships

When we talk about consent, it’s often in the context of sexual assault and/or intimate partner violence. While these are definitely conversations that we should be having, not enough people are talking about why consent matters in healthy relationsh… → Read More