Brett is a health and wellness blogger who aims to inspire her readers to live happy, fulfilled lives. She follows a plant-based lifestyle and lives in a tiny apartment with her boyfriend and even tinier dog. She enjoys true-crime podcasts, coffee stains on used books, and cheap red wine.

Latest Features by Brett Larabie

signs of love bombing

12 Signs of Love Bombing that Could Easily be Confused with Love

Romantic gestures are common at the beginning of a relationship. Proceed with caution—they may be signs of love bombing, a manipulation tactic in disguise.

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how to read a girl

How to Read a Girl & Recognize the Subtle Hints She Drops Your Way

Girls are intricate creatures. I get it. But, learning how to read a girl doesn’t have to be rocket science. Let’s break it down, shall we?

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best compliments for a girl

The Best Compliments for a Girl that Work Better Than You Think!

We get it, girls may seem like complicated creatures. But if you’re looking for the best compliments for a girl, it doesn’t get any simpler than this.

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signs he doesn't love you

Signs He Doesn’t Love You: 20 Big Clues You Need to Back Away ASAP

We all find ourselves in toxic relationships where we give our all and get nothing in return. See the signs he doesn’t love you before it’s too late.

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how to express your feelings

How to Express Your Feelings & Get Your Point Across the Right Way

Expressing feelings can be like pulling teeth, because it’s just as painful. If you’ve forgotten how to express your feelings, here’s how to do it right.

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pretty girl swag

Pretty Girl Swag: What It Means to Have It & Why It’s a Good Thing

Let’s be confident and strong women, shall we? Let’s make waves and never even think to apologize for it. Let’s embrace our pretty girl swag.

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how to find yourself

How to Find Yourself When You Feel Like You’ve Lost Your Way

You don’t need to be middle-aged to have a life crisis anymore. If you feel lost, read on if you need to know how to find yourself again.

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