This entrepreneur is making inclusivity a pillar of her projects

April 18, 2019 at 03:30AM by CWC Well+Good proudly presents Wellness in Color, a new series highlighting prominent wellness practitioners of color who are doing healing work in their communities. Featuring conversations led by Latham Thomas, a Well+Good Council member and the founder of Mama Glow, these stories will shine a spotlight on energy workers, … Continue reading This entrepreneur is making inclusivity a pillar of her projects

Introducing a new project to spotlight a generation of early Black feminists

March 08, 2019 at 08:50AM by CWC I’ve thought a lot lately about the stories time takes from us. A year or so ago I was deep into rummaging through Black history at the turn of the 20th century for a research project I was working on. In the process of digging into the strides … Continue reading Introducing a new project to spotlight a generation of early Black feminists

Race Women: A new project to spotlight a generation of early Black feminists

January 30, 2019 at 02:30AM by CWC I’ve thought a lot lately about the stories time takes from us. A year or so ago I was deep into rummaging through Black history at the turn of the 20th century for a research project I was working on. In the process of digging into the strides … Continue reading Race Women: A new project to spotlight a generation of early Black feminists

Use ‘the newspaper test’ to judge how much detail about your love life to share with friends

August 16, 2019 at 06:58AM by CWC I have a large group of female friends, and we all know one another quite well, both individually and in the scope of our group dynamic. Perhaps as a result of shows like Sex and the City, The Bold Type, and countless others spanning different generations that have … Continue reading Use ‘the newspaper test’ to judge how much detail about your love life to share with friends

A therapist’s guide to coping when you feel completely overwhelmed

August 14, 2019 at 03:00PM by CWC Experiencing the heaviness and stress that comes with feeling overwhelmed can be paralyzing, regardless of the cause. It’s looking down at your to-do list and having absolutely no idea where to start. It’s thinking of everything your partner, kids, and seemingly everyone else in your life needs you … Continue reading A therapist’s guide to coping when you feel completely overwhelmed

This month’s full moon is all about following your heart—here’s exactly what that means for your sign

August 14, 2019 at 10:23AM by CWC After having survived what felt like the longest Mercury retrograde ever (not to mention the aftershocks of its lingering Mercury retroshade, we’re all due for some good vibes. And tomorrow, August 15, with the full sturgeon moon in Aquarius, that’s exactly what we can all expect to get. … Continue reading This month’s full moon is all about following your heart—here’s exactly what that means for your sign

The key differences in how introverts and extroverts can best navigate today’s world

August 13, 2019 at 03:00AM by CWC The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator has been around for decades, helping countless people understand how they think, feel, and behave. More general, though, than being able to highlight what you were like as a kid and where you find motivation in life, your Myers-Briggs personality can help you decipher … Continue reading The key differences in how introverts and extroverts can best navigate today’s world

What the number of piercings you have in your ear says about your personality

August 12, 2019 at 02:01PM by CWC I didn’t get my ears pierced until I was 20 years old. I only did my lobes, because I was afraid of needles. I think the piercer legitimately had to give me candy, like I was a child, to calm me down enough to get pierced. Now, I … Continue reading What the number of piercings you have in your ear says about your personality

What the most spectacular meteor shower of the year means for your zodiac sign

August 12, 2019 at 10:15AM by CWC Mercury is out of retrograde, which, yay, but also does this mean I have to start taking responsibility for my own actions again? It’s far from the only astrologically significant event happening, however. Last month, dueling meteor showers were visible in much of the U.S., and they brought … Continue reading What the most spectacular meteor shower of the year means for your zodiac sign

7 distinct Greek words describe different kinds of love—which have you experienced?

August 12, 2019 at 07:46AM by CWC Consider the word “love” and the many contexts for which we use it: You can love your mom for always protecting you and being on your side. You can love your best friend for laughing with you and being the first to answer your texts. You can also … Continue reading 7 distinct Greek words describe different kinds of love—which have you experienced?

Can you ‘fake it til you make it’ when it comes to personality traits?

August 09, 2019 at 04:01PM by CWC It’s been a summer of not-enough-Netflixing, so forgive me if I’m still hung up on Alway Be My Maybe. Months after watching the rom-com, my stand-out moment is—well, it’s slow-mo Keanu Reeves, you can’t deny that kind of elegance in movement. But, okay, my second stand out moment … Continue reading Can you ‘fake it til you make it’ when it comes to personality traits?

Nicole Cardoza believes wellness is a human right—and she’s putting her money where her mouth is

August 09, 2019 at 08:34AM by CWC Nicole Cardoza, a yoga teacher, entrepreneur, and advocate, opened Instagram in late June and was surprised to see her own face smiling back at her from Yoga Journal‘s feed. The photo was part of a post asking readers to vote on who should be featured on the next … Continue reading Nicole Cardoza believes wellness is a human right—and she’s putting her money where her mouth is

How one mom is hoping to disrupt the postpartum care industry—by creating one

August 08, 2019 at 03:00PM by CWC —When it comes to the first few months postpartum, everyone’s focus is almost always on the baby: how they’re sleeping, whether they’re eating enough, posing them for Instagram-worthy photo shoots in duckling-printed onesies. This fixation is pretty understandable—babies need a lot of care, particularly in the first few … Continue reading How one mom is hoping to disrupt the postpartum care industry—by creating one

Whoever said ‘quitters never win’ is obviously unfamiliar with the superpower of giving up

August 08, 2019 at 03:00AM by CWC Despite the subliminal messaging delivered to me via hustle culture, toxic positivity, and about 40,000 millennial-pink day planners, I’m a big fan of giving up. Not so much in the sense of abandoning goals at the first sight of an obstacle, but rather when a dream is essentially … Continue reading Whoever said ‘quitters never win’ is obviously unfamiliar with the superpower of giving up

A Yale career coach reveals the common mistake that could keep you from your dream job

August 06, 2019 at 11:24AM by CWC When you’re shopping the job market, Ariana Grande-level success (as in, “I see it, I like it, I want it, I got it”) is pretty much the dream. Furthering a career is a complicated formula though. As much as we all may want to live out the lyrics … Continue reading A Yale career coach reveals the common mistake that could keep you from your dream job

The little ways that ‘micromastery’ can help you unlock your greatest gifts

August 06, 2019 at 10:15AM by CWC “Skills” are kind of like Pokémon cards for adults. You collect ’em and earn clout among your fellow players—or, in this case, colleagues—depending on which ones you have in your collection. Such savviness usually gets defined as big ticket accomplishments, like the ability to speak Japanese or practicing … Continue reading The little ways that ‘micromastery’ can help you unlock your greatest gifts

4 tips for reining in your know-it-all tendencies (even if you really do think you know it all)

August 06, 2019 at 09:42AM by CWC Knowledge may well be power, and when you’re incredibly informed (or at least think you are), you want to share your know-how with everyone in your presence. And what’s wrong with that? Well, when you steamroll every conversation with your know-it-all opinions, it’s a bad look that can … Continue reading 4 tips for reining in your know-it-all tendencies (even if you really do think you know it all)

Clubbing

Monday, 5 August The Masquerade 23:55 ClaptoneDanny TenagliaDennis CruzMr Doris 30 € Tuesday, 6 August Calvin Harris (Opening Party) 23:55 Calvin HarrisMore TBA 70 € Wednesday, 7 August Flower Power 23:55 Main RoomVictor NebotPachacha DJ OliverJavi MuñozMore TBA 50 € Thursday, 8 August Music On 23:55 Marco CarolaJamie JoneswAFFPachacha (Cassy’s PlayHouse)CassyPlus surprise guests 60 € Friday, … Continue reading Clubbing

Why tattoos can be an important part of mental health recovery

August 02, 2019 at 08:00AM by CWC Twenty-five year-old Annie Jacobsen got the words “Be Here Now” tattooed on the inside of her arm one year after her struggles with anxiety pushed her to the point of what she calls a “mental breakdown.” “Almost exactly a year prior to getting the tattoo, my anxiety had … Continue reading Why tattoos can be an important part of mental health recovery

Marianne Williamson shows why science needs to be an integral part of the wellness conversation

August 02, 2019 at 05:10AM by CWC Before she announced a bid to seek the Democratic nomination for the presidency, I had mostly forgotten about spiritual leader and author Marianne Williamson; however, like many Angelenos, I went through a Marianne Williamson phase. In a dark period of my life, I found comfort in her book … Continue reading Marianne Williamson shows why science needs to be an integral part of the wellness conversation

What last night’s double meteor shower means for your zodiac sign

July 30, 2019 at 01:20PM by CWC Mercury is only in retrograde for another couple of days, which, yay, but also does this mean I’m going to have to start taking responsibility for my own actions again? It’s far from the only astrologically significant event happening, however. Last night, dueling meteor showers were visible in … Continue reading What last night’s double meteor shower means for your zodiac sign

CBD is *technically* legal, but the industry still operates in some major grey areas

July 29, 2019 at 03:00AM by CWC December 20, 2018 was a day for the wellness history books: The 2018 Farm Bill was signed into law. Among other things, this long-awaited document removed industrial hemp from the Schedule 1 controlled substances list, allowing licensed farmers to grow the plant more freely and removing restrictions around … Continue reading CBD is *technically* legal, but the industry still operates in some major grey areas