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6 Mistakes I Made In My 20s That Stopped Me From Saving Money

Throughout my 20s so far, I’ve made a lot of mistakes. I forgot to write thank you emails after job interviews. I tweezed my eyebrows until they were way too thin (the horror). I thought people felt a certain way about me (good and/or bad) when they didn’t (in other words, I am really fucking paranoid). Show More Summary

8 Things You Need To Know Before Your First Indoor Cycling Class

For SELF, by Emily Abbate. Top trainers break down the basics of the bike. Signing up for your first indoor cycling class can be mega intimidating. But big names like SoulCycle and Flywheel have cult followings for a reason: Adrenaline-infused...Show More Summary

How To Talk To Your Boss About Mental Health Issues

For SELF, by Amy Marturana. Disclosing your struggles may be daunting, but it can also bring you a lot of relief. Calling in sick to work is pretty easy to do. Of course, some people can take sick days much more easily than others. But...Show More Summary

5 Must-Know Tips To Slay Your Workouts

For SELF, by Amy Rushlow. Stay motivated with this essential info. So you’re ready and raring to get back into a fitness routine? Good for you! A few simple workout tips will help you keep up your excitement. If the last time you exercised consistently was when Jon Stewart still hosted The Daily Show, congrats on renewing your commitment. Show More Summary

What Causes The Legendary Runner's High And How To Feel It

For SELF, by Amy Marturana. We could all use a little boost mid run. We’ve all heard about the elusive runner’s high. Runners like running, and they even feel good doing it! Experienced runners get a sense of elation that hits after a couple miles. Show More Summary

The Truth About Working Out Without Underwear

For SELF, by Amy Marturana. What you need to know before ditching your drawers. When faced with the choice between sporting underwear lines against spandex or donning an uncomfortable thong for a workout, many women may choose to skip underwear altogether. Show More Summary

Forget Body Positivity: How About Body Neutrality?

By Marisa Meltzer It is late afternoon on a sunny day in Vermont and around a dozen people are gathered to talk about their bodies. They’re all staying at Green Mountain at Fox Run, a retreat where women (and only women) stay from one week to several months to learn healthy eating habits and make peace with their bodies. Show More Summary

Why I Love Failing Just As Much As Succeeding

This article was originally published on Unwritten. “I will become a runner.” I whisper the phrase to myself as I lace up my shoes, as I put on my headphones, and as I get bored at about half a mile through. I try. And fail. And try again to be a runner. Show More Summary

How Your Stress Can Affect Your Baby During Pregnancy

With our society’s shift toward more mindful living, you may be aware of how stress impacts your well-being. Yet when you become pregnant, you should also be aware of the affects your stress may have on your baby’s development. YourShow More Summary

Does Empathy Have Limits?

By C. Daryl Cameron, Pennsylvania State University; Michael Inzlicht and William A. Cunningham, University of Toronto Is it possible to run out of empathy? That’s the question many are asking in the wake of the U.S. presidential election. Show More Summary

What To Say -- And NOT Say -- To A Homeless Person

Most of us tend to have the same response: We avoid eye contact and walk a little faster. But you might also ponder the situation. What’s his or her story? How long have they lived on the streets? Maybe you even wanted to help, but didn’t know how to start a conversation. What to Say 1. Show More Summary

Healthy Living During The Child-Rearing Years

As I look through my Facebook feed, I see all the wonderful pictures that parents post of their beautiful children on the first day of school, birthdays, holidays, etc. It doesn’t matter the age of the child the pictures are fun to look at. Show More Summary

Why 'Busy' Is A Four-Letter Word

by Janet Ungless Lately I’ve caught myself using language I’m not proud of. Specifically, a four-letter word that, when I hear someone else say it, makes me cringe and think to myself, “Really? Is that all you’ve got?” The word is…busy. Show More Summary

You Are Amazing, And Other Communication Hacks

A client of mine just called to tell me I’m amazing. I like when that happens. In fact, I like it so much that I’ll try twice as hard to make him happy next time. Of course, I have clients who are unhappy too. I write copy for a lot of different people and businesses and I don’t always nail the exact style a client is looking for. Show More Summary

Impending Water Crisis Could Affect Your Health

Most Americans take clean water for granted. We turn on the tap and safe water to drink, bathe in, and cook and clean with comes out of the faucet. But according to a new study, there’s a growing water affordability problem on the horizon that could soon make water scarcer and more costly. Show More Summary

New Food Allergy Guidelines Recommend Introducing Peanuts At 4 To 6 Months Of Age

New landmark federal guidelines are making waves in the allergy community. On January 5 the National Institutes of Health released new recommendations regarding the introduction of peanut-containing products to infants. These new guidelines...Show More Summary

A Therapist's Tips For Making Your Own Self-Care Box

I jokingly like to describe myself as a “self-care evangelist.” Self-care isn’t selfish, rather it is a necessary. Additionally, it is difficult to effectively help others, if you are not taking good care of yourself. There is a reason...Show More Summary

You Need to Give Up These Toxic Habits If You Want to Be Exceptionally Successful

These common habits are standing in the way of your ultimate success. The internet is chock full of daily habits that will help your routine (I’ve even written about quite a few myself) but what about bad habits? Whether it’s finally dragging ourselves to the gym or writing daily, we tend to shift our focus towards new routines every New Year. Show More Summary

7 Habits That Will Significantly Enhance Your Day

Socrates once said, “The soul, like the body, accepts by practice whatever habit one wishes it to contact.” You are what you put energy into. If you focus on developing good daily habits, it can lead to a more positive and fulfilling life. Show More Summary

To The Beautiful Mom Having A Panic Attack In The Grocery Store

To the beautiful mom having a panic attack in the grocery store, I’ve been meaning to write you. A while back I sped down the ridiculously long aisles of Stop N’ Shop searching for low-sugar juice for an enormous going-away party I was throwing for my three kids. Show More Summary

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