Have You Ever Dreamed of Writing For POPSUGAR? Now’s Your Probability!

August 6, 2019

Are you a passionate, gifted author or professional who desires to share your story? In case you’ve ever considered writing for POPSUGAR, do not put it off any longer – be part of our POPSUGAR Voices group! As a contributor, you’ll encourage ladies to steer their happiest, healthiest lives. We’re in search of writers identical to you to create enjoyable and galvanizing content material.

POPSUGAR Voices permits you to share your passions and concepts with hundreds of thousands of our readers. It is easy – we give you all of the instruments it’s worthwhile to get your story revealed and join with our group. Plus, you may make cash writing about what you’re keen on! This is a bit bit extra about what we’re in search of:

  • Our function is to advertise various voices and views not solely by the individuals and tales we cowl, but in addition by the voices we’re highlighting and searching for out.
  • Our content material represents a range of viewpoints, sexual orientations, and religions. It is translated for the newbie however continues to be attention-grabbing to the professional. We assist body-positivity and sex-positivity, ladies’s equality, ladies’s proper to decide on, and feminism out and in of the office. We embrace ladies of all sizes and ages. We assist ladies being their greatest selves.
  • Our tone is pleasant, upbeat, encouraging, optimistic, open-minded, . We’re mates giving recommendation and within the know, however we’re not know-it-alls. Tales are written with a optimistic spin; we method subjects as followers, not critics.

If this sounds such as you and you may’t wait any longer to get began, be taught extra about how one can be part of our Voices group right here!

Have You Ever Dreamed of Writing For POPSUGAR? Now’s Your Probability!

March 9, 2018

Are you a passionate, gifted author or professional who needs to share your story? In the event you’ve ever thought of writing for POPSUGAR, do not put it off any longer – be part of our POPSUGAR Voices neighborhood! As a contributor, you’ll encourage girls to steer their happiest, healthiest lives. We’re on the lookout for writers identical to you to create enjoyable and provoking content material.

POPSUGAR Voices means that you can share your passions and concepts with thousands and thousands of our readers. It is easy – we give you all of the instruments you’ll want to get your story printed and join with our neighborhood. Plus, you can also make cash writing about what you like! Here is slightly bit extra about what we’re on the lookout for:

  • Our goal is to advertise various voices and views not solely via the individuals and tales we cowl, but additionally via the voices we’re highlighting and looking for out.
  • Our content material represents a variety of viewpoints, sexual orientations, and religions. It is translated for the newbie however remains to be attention-grabbing to the professional. We assist body-positivity and sex-positivity, girls’s equality, girls’s proper to decide on, and feminism out and in of the office. We embrace girls of all sizes and ages. We assist girls being their greatest selves.
  • Our tone is pleasant, upbeat, encouraging, optimistic, open-minded, . We’re associates giving recommendation and within the know, however we’re not know-it-alls. Tales are written with a constructive spin; we strategy subjects as followers, not critics.

If this sounds such as you and you may’t wait any longer to get began, study extra about how one can be part of our Voices workforce right here!

Now’s Your Chance to Get Into SZA Before She Completely Blows Up

June 29, 2017

Image Source: Getty / Frederick M. Brown

Neo-soul singer SZA released her debut studio album, Ctrl, earlier this month, and in my eyes, it’s already one of the best of the year. SZA sings about things every young woman can relate to: being young, being a woman, being the other woman, owning your sexuality, being insecure, falling for f*ckboys, trying to get over said f*ckboys – the list goes on and on. You may recognize her voice (which is raspy, lilted, and sounds like it’s dripping in honey) from Rihanna’s “Consideration” or her own 2014 EP, Z. Her lead single, “Drew Barrymore,” became such a hit that the actress shared an Instagram of herself singing along and made a cute cameo in the official video. If you haven’t yet familiarized yourself with the lyrical genius that is SZA, here’s your chance to get to know her before her career completely blows up (and you just look like a bandwagoner).

  1. Her real name is Solána Imani Rowe. She was born on Nov. 8, 1990, in St. Louis, Missouri, and was raised in New Jersey.
  2. It’s pronounced “sizz-uh.” SZA has said that the name is an acronym derived from the Supreme Alphabet, which is “a system of interpreting text by assigning meanings to the letters of the Roman alphabet” in the religious belief system of the Nation of Gods and Earths. S-Z-A stands for “sovereign,” “zigzag,” and “Allah.”
  3. She’s labelmates with Kendrick Lamar. SZA was the first woman signed to Top Dawg Entertainment in 2013, and she collaborated with Kendrick on her single “Babylon” the following year. The rapper is also featured on “Doves in the Wind” from Ctrl.
  4. She was raised Orthodox Muslim. SZA has talked openly about her religion and feeling bullied after the events of Sept. 11, after which she stopped wearing her hijab. “It got weird,” she said in a 2015 interview. “I was already getting picked on for other reasons and I just couldn’t take another, so I think I just kind of walked away from myself. I just wanted to blend in.”
  5. Her strict upbringing influenced her music. Growing up with “conservative, traditional” parents, SZA generally listened to classic jazz like John Coltrane and Miles Davis and “never had a real connection to what was hip.” Her first introduction to contemporary music was through her older sister and best friend, who played Wu-Tang Clan, Aaliyah, and Cash Money. She also cites Common, Björk, and Jamiroquai as major influences.
  6. She’s got the stamp of approval from another iconic soul singer. SZA’s music has garnered comparisons to that of Erykah Badu, and the two had a supercute Twitter exchange in which the soul legend called her “my little hitter.”
  7. She’s also got an amazing, envy-inducing head of hair. SZA began wearing her hair bigger in middle school, “before big, natural hair was even popular.” She told Vogue in 2014: “My mom was adamant about not doing anything to my hair. The only girl that I could look to for natural-hair inspiration growing up was Lauryn Hill.” Of her huge, natural curls, SZA said, “My hair is definitely my saving grace where femininity is concerned.”

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