Fairley Lloyd is a writer, editor, and designer. She graduated from the University of North Carolina Wilmington with a BFA in creative writing and a certificate in publishing.
Remember: You Are Your Own Audience
The audience doesn’t include just the people consuming your work; it includes you.
Twilight Is Proof That We Live In A Misogynistic World
The truth is, many people hate the fact that a franchise aimed at women, written by a woman and directed by a woman, made millions of dollars.
Yes, You Are Enough, And You Will Always Be Enough
You never have to justify your existence to anyone—not even yourself.
4 Practical Ways to Save Money
While there’s no one rule on how to save money, this blog post outlines tips you can use to save more and spend less.
What keeps Ella up at night?
I truly wonder,
in the depths of the night
up at night?
A Disconcerting Dinner
A networking dinner goes horribly...right?
You’ll Never Really Understand Love If You Don’t Accept These 6 Truths
Love is and always will be unconditional.
In Defense of Disney Princesses
They’re not all “bad” role models for girls, and there are many reasons why when you look at each princess’ story individually.
A flash fiction piece on love.
I Don’t Want to Be in a Committed Relationship Right Now, And That’s Okay
I don’t want to be in a long-term, committed relationship right now, and that’s okay.
A microfiction story personifying the color red.
7 Common Misconceptions About Bisexuality
Would you ever say that a heterosexual person is attracted to everyone of their opposite gender? Probably not, but many people seem to think bisexuals are attracted to everyone.
A flash fiction story set in space in the first issue of Dollar Store Magazine (p25)
I’m Not Too Sensitive—I Just Care
Telling people that they’re “too sensitive” is often an easy way to avoid being criticized for your behavior.
It’s Time To Live Life On Your Own Terms
There are so many things in life we think we’re “supposed” to do.