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Emily Jardine
Emily Jardine

Originally from California, Emily Jardine is a freelance journalist and educator who has lived abroad for most of her adult life. She is passionate about inclusion, diversity, and their intersection with discourse and rhetoric. How we talk about the things that matter is the first step in creating dynamic and long-lasting change. You can follow her on twitter and instagram @emilydxb

COLUMNISTS
Emily Jardine
Emily Jardine

Originally from California, Emily Jardine is a freelance journalist and educator who has lived abroad for most of her adult life. She is passionate about inclusion, diversity, and their intersection with discourse and rhetoric. How we talk about the things that matter is the first step in creating dynamic and long-lasting change. You can follow her on twitter and instagram @emilydxb

RECENTLY PUBLISHED

Flying the unfriendly skies for families

Tuesday, 17 January 2017

Until the skies become more welcoming to families, most parents will have to do what they’ve always done which is just get through it

Facebook wars: When debating political crises on social media is harmful

Monday, 26 December 2016

Because the world feels overwhelming and unsafe, it is very hard to keep focus on the numerous conflicts happening

System update: Are emojis making the world more tolerant?

Wednesday, 14 December 2016

Emojis are not just pictures but a sophisticated manner in which we communicate with symbols

‘Ghosting’ is the harsh reality of modern dating but what is it?

Thursday, 8 December 2016

As someone who has dipped my toes in the world of online dating, I’m well aware of the risks and figured the worst case scenario was an awkward date ...

Mideast blond craze: How to dye your hair with stunning results

Tuesday, 15 November 2016

The first blond appeared 11,000 years ago, according to research, and ever since then, they’ve been having more fun

Who ‘won’ it better? Fashion on the road to the White House

Monday, 7 November 2016

Clothes are a critical part of making a first impression and the candidates know that all too well

Trick or treat? Halloween in the Middle East is a candy-laden compromise

Monday, 31 October 2016

As is often the case when there are a mix of cultures, it can be a delicate balance to respect local customs

When East marries West: A revealing glimpse at intercultural relationships

Thursday, 20 October 2016

Why not being able to understand your mother-in-law's language could be a blessing in disguise

When Hollywood works: Treating audiences with stories that matter

Tuesday, 11 October 2016

Masterminds has been eviscerated by critics for being classist, sexist, stereotypical, and the worst for a comedy movie: unfunny and boring

Kim Kardashian attack: Why did Twitter explode with cruel jokes?

Monday, 3 October 2016

The psychological toll of this will likely be lasting and will shadow Kardashian West for the rest of her life

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