The Moon Journal

Shadow and Bone & Six of Crows [Review]

Shadow and Bone & Six of Crows [Review]

Guest Contributor

Oh, the trap I've fallen into with the Grishaverse...don’t get me wrong, it’s a very good trap! I have a tendency to fall in love with things that aren’t real in a big way, and when I say aren’t real, I mean fictional characters or anything within the mythical realm. From this review, you’ll probably catch a glimpse of my (very healthy) obsession with this universe. Let’s kick things off with the Shadow and Bone trilogy, shall we? This trilogy consists of the following books - Shadow and Bone, Siege and Storm, & Ruin and Rising. Shadow and Bone did...

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The Harmony Tarot

The Harmony Tarot

Guest Contributor

When The Harmony Tarot first arrived at the store, I was extremely drawn to it’s purple matte packaging. The fonts used and simplistic yet intricate details on the print just took my greedy tarot loving heart away. This set consists of 78 cards in total, all inclusive of the major and minor arcana in the traditional tarot, but here’s the twist—way beyond divination, this deck offers perspectives focused on physical, emotional and mental well-being. In my personal journey when dealing with emotional and mental well-being (and disorders), I have discovered the means of using the tarot as a tool for...

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Ultimate Self-Care List (Mind & body)

Ultimate Self-Care List (Mind & body)

Sarah Naeem

When everyday feels the same, it's difficult to stay motivated and show up as the best version of ourselves. While things like taking baths, skipping workouts, and treating yourself to whatever your heart desires can be sources of relief, and are important to acknowledge, self-care and self-love goes deeper than that. Doing the things that we find challenging and tough, like reflecting on our thoughts, actions and behaviours, making sure we look after our physical bodies by working out and eating well, and doing the things that we know are going to help us grow isn't easy. It's challenging to...

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Our To Read Booklist

Our To Read Booklist

Guest Contributor

I was never a person that bought books, the library was my best friend for a long time. I mean, everything was free! All I had to do was have a card and I’d be able to borrow enough books to make my arm ache on the way home. It was always a no brainer for me, why do I need to purchase them when I have an unlimited supply of stacked bookshelves at my convenience? Then, as I grew up and started stumbling upon more books, I sadly (yet excitedly) started getting really attached to books and my heart...

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They Told Us To Move [Review]

They Told Us To Move [Review]

Guest Contributor

Prior to my current eduction in communications, politics and policy, I majored in interior design for five years for my diploma and degree. Urban planning, public housing and environmental identity of spaces and places have always sparked my interest, especially during my younger years as an interior design student. As a small city-state, Singapore had to quickly catch up and be at the forefront of development to ensure that Singaporeans could enjoy a high standard of living and a stable socio-political environment. Often referred to as the jewel of Southeast Asia, Singapore has transformed its urban landscape and filled it...

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Magazine for Young Girls [Interview]

Magazine for Young Girls [Interview]

Guest Contributor

Magazine for Young Girls is a bi-annual fashion and pop-culture magazine that aims to create a community of creatives for women who might be overlooked in current, dominant conversations regarding art, fashion, music and culture. We recently conducted an interview with the founder and editor of Magazine for Young Girls, Wei Ting! Read on to learn more about the conception of the magazine. Q1. Tell us what Magazine for Young Girls (MFYG) is all about, and your role in the production? MFYG is an attempt at expanding the idea of femininity, to open up conversations and give space for debate...

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