Photo by Kleigh Balugo By Cait Thomson i’m still waiting for my coming-of-age for that big break to be the leading lady of my own life like i’d always imagined young and foolish daring and beautiful adjectives as foreign as another language instead i’m always deferring avoiding the spotlight’s glare imposter syndrome has made a… Continue reading Stars
Photo by Kleigh Balugo A large amount of the biggest fashion trends today are actually reused styles from the past. Fashion will always be recycled! Retro-style flare jeans, 90s grunge, and Y2K are a few styles that have inspired modern trends. Some of the contributors at Kindergarten Mag came together to share the trends they… Continue reading Fashion Misses And Disses
Photo by Kleigh Balugo By Cait Thomson The pattering of rain on an umbrella Takes me to a campground on the coast Where I will sit under a blue tarp stretched Between some pines, and eat hot spaghetti off a tin plate We just spent the day with toes deep in red mud And our… Continue reading Camping On The East Coast
Our third issue, Soulmates, is centered around love. In the spirit of soulmates and Valentine’s Day, Kindergarten contributors made a Spotify playlist of their most listened to love songs, most of which we’ve cried to. Whether you love or hate love songs, we’ve got you covered with recommendations. Listen to the playlist here Abbey Steinman… Continue reading The Soulmates Playlist
By Tracy Fuentes, Kleigh Balugo, Ash Fuentes, Cait Thomson, Alyanna Moralda, Lyra ♡ Happy Valentines Day! ♡ Kindergarten contributors made their very own valentines for you to print out and give to your lovers, soulmates, friends, family, neighbors, pets, and mailmen.
Photo by Cait Thomson By Cait Thomson what if a soulmate wasn’t a person,but a place,a moment.the night sky five seconds after dusk,in the piece of time between navy blue and black.a city street in a snowstorm,so deafeningly quiet it stops the world for an instant.a beach, deserted at dawn,dolphins swimming to keep pace as… Continue reading A Moment
Photo by Cait Thomson By Cait Thomson 2021 maybe this year i won’t resolve to d r o p the weight or to make myself d i s a p p e a r or to make myself small but instead love myself exactly how i am on each lucky new morning