Rosie Harlow - Editor

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Get to know me! 🌻

Rosie Harlow - Editor

Writing has always been my therapy, and for as long as I can remember I have always used paper as a punching bag. I need to carve out time just for me, I never get bored, and nothing pleases me more than imagining, thinking, and reflecting. I am passionate about all topics, but I naturally gravitate toward themes centered on love and relationships.

❤️ A little Dr Love? Maybe so, but what I really like is understanding how simple encounters can upset us, change us, push us to surpass ourselves or... traumatize us too. How feelings are born and what they do to us. And when we talk about love, we talk about sex, and on this subject too, with me, there's no taboo!

📖 As for my work, I've always wanted to make a living from book publishing. I don't think I've ever dreamed of doing another job... except that, in the team, I'm not the one who stands out for great professional ambition. My career in publishing ended up flopping, but, all the same, I ended up joining the Wengo team in 2016.

⭐ My dream of happiness: Rediscovering the world through the eyes of a child

⭐ My heroes: All the people who have a thousand lives in one and are able to start from scratch to live the next one.

  • Education: Master's degree in Publishing.
  • Experience: 3 years
  • Profession: Editor for Wengood
  • Skills: Writing and cooking.
  • Points of reference: Strong women with flaws.

Get to know who made up the Wengood editorial team, visit our about us page.

Read our latest articles here:

The Unbearable Habit Of Cutting People Off, Let’s Put A Stop To It!

If there’s one thing I don’t like, it’s getting cut off when I’m talking. I get the impression that what I’m saying is of no importance to the person in front of me. So yes, maybe the person we’re talking to is afraid of forgetting their train of thought and rushes the words out of their mouth, but still. The icing on the cake? It’s when there’s no excuse and it happens all the time. What an unbearable habit cutting people off is!

Friendship Test: How Well Do You Know Your Friends?

One day I learned that one in two friendships wasn’t reciprocal. This figure is quite disturbing, but in the end, it’s not that surprising. When you become an adult, your priorities change, and sometimes you drift apart or make new friends... and forget others! To find out where you stand with your friendships or to get to know each other better, there’s a very effective method: 50 questions to get to know each other by heart and (re)connect.

How Can We Identify Repetitive Patterns And Get Out Of Them?

For a long time, I had the feeling that I was repeating the same mistakes. For example, on more than one occasion, I missed out on a career opportunity. All because I was convinced I was useless… Unfortunately, I bet I’m not the only one to have observed this kind of repetitive pattern. This kind of cycle is vicious, so how do you identify it and get out of it? Now that I’ve learned how to work on it, I’ll explain.

Is Not Giving A Damn The Secret To Happiness? Really?

I often get told to take things less to heart. I admit that as a hypersensitive person, I put my heart and soul into everything. Perhaps a little too much because that tends to generate anxiety. So in the end, is not giving a damn about anything the secret to happiness? Well, I’ve tried to delve into the subject with my research, and it’s not quite as simple as that. Here are some explanations.

Forbidden Love Story

“Deny thy father and refuse thy name; or, if thou wilt not, be but sworn my love, and I’ll no longer be a Montague.” I think everyone’s guessed where this quote comes from! It is, of course, Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet. I’ve always loved this story of forbidden love, and I’m not the only one because this play has stood the test of time. On the other hand, I find it much less enjoyable to experience forbidden love. You don’t know whether it’s better to give up on it or get burnt... I’ll tell you all about it.

I Hate Having My Photo Taken, But Why?

One of my hobbies is photography. You’d think then that I’d be very comfortable in front of the camera, but no! The reason I do photography is to get behind the camera and take photos of other people. Ok, I sometimes take self-portraits, but as soon as someone else takes my photo, I hate it. I know I’m not the only one who feels this way, which is why I’ve decided to talk to you about it today.

Get to know me! 🌻

Our February Challenge: The Month Of Self-Love And Pampering

When we think of February, do we think... icy feet 😬? Okay, it's not particularly known for that (even though it's true). No, when we think of February, Valentine's Day comes to mind. However, this celebration feels too commercial, putting pressure on couples and making singles feel guilty about being solo. So, instead, we thought we could create a little self-care challenge for you.

Hypersexuality: When Excessive Sex Becomes An Addiction

Who doesn’t like sex, quite frankly? Well, I’m making a generalization that excludes asexual people, but I’d say that there are a lot of us who like to have a bit of hanky-panky. And that’s normal, it’s like eating, it’s good for you! However, like all good things, you mustn’t overdo it. Oh yes, when sex becomes an obsession, it’s a bad sign…

Wengood's favorite tunes 🎵

Wengood's playlist


  1. Only LoveBen Howard
  2. Invalid date
  3. Fix YouColdplay
  4. Beautiful DayU2
  5. Thinking out LoudEd Sheeran
  6. White FlagDido
  7. Lay Me DownSam Smith
  8. Nine Million BicyclesKatie Melua
  9. Put Your Records OnCorinne Bailey Rae
  10. Summertime SadnessLana Del Rey
  11. Imagine - Remastered 2010John Lennon
  12. Shake It OutFlorence + The Machine
  13. Space Oddity - Love You Til Tuesday versionDavid Bowie
  14. What A Wonderful WorldLouis Armstrong
  15. With Or Without YouU2
  16. HelloAdele
  17. Don't Stop Me NowQueen
  18. Skinny LoveBirdy
  19. WingsBirdy
  20. Californian SoilLondon Grammar

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