What is Feminine Vestige?

Vestige means a trace of something that is disappearing or no longer exists.

When I first started this blog, I was attempting to discover who I was as a recent college graduate entering the cusps of true adulthood. I chose vestige because I was feeling resentful at how women, femininity, and people my age were being treated. I felt recent graduates were becoming synonymous with lazy, unprofessional, and ‘young.’ I wanted to be taken seriously.

Since then, this blog has transformed as I have. I am more settled with who I am as a person – this blog will reflect just me. It does not have any direct focus, but is more a reflective blog on things I am passionate about: feminism, femininity, poetry, crafts, love.

A little about the author.

My name is Sarah, and I am a young woman with an old soul. I consider myself incredibly lucky with the opportunities I have had in my life, and yet I am a survivor and a product of my own suffering and perseverance.  My family is small which leaves me with the undeniable feeling of inevitable sadness that I will soon be alone. I am constantly working towards my dreams; I strive to live a creative life (head nod to Elizabeth Gilbert’s Big Magic) by writing, reading, painting, acting, and doing the things I love. When I’m not doing all that, I’m cuddling with my cats and dancing around the room.

Thank you for visiting and for reading.




4 Responses to About

  1. art.pen says:

    Hi 🙂

    I love going through your blog! Your writing is mindblowing! It’s poetry. It’s prose. It’s a beautiful blend of both!! And inspiring too!
    And it’s tough being a millennial still trying to find our place in the world. But I’m glad to hear that you have a lot going for you already. Wishing you the very best of luck! And I am really looking forward to reading more from you!

    Thanks again for stopping by my blog! 😉


  2. Anisha says:

    There’s something so refreshing about how you write.. 🙂

    Liked by 1 person

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