March 17, 2020 at 05:20PM Try not to tackle it all at once. Continue Reading… Author Maeve Richmond | Life by Daily Burn Selected by CWC
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
April 10, 2019 How one female entrepreneur and her team are changing the lives of children dealing with trauma. Continue Reading… Author Ray Bass | Life by Daily Burn Selected by iversue
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
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
Sifting through fashion archives, it’s evident that every iconic handbag has a rich history. From their creation to them becoming a part of popular culture, there are many aspects that contribute to them becoming It bags. One such bag that has stood the test of time is the Lady Dior. A cult classic, the exquisitely … Continue reading Why Dior Bags are So Expensive?
Answers to your most frequently asked questions as the virus continues to spread. By JORDAN SMITH MAR 23, 2020 This is a rapidly developing situation. For the most up-to-date information, check resources like the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and World Health Organization (WHO) regularly. This story will be updated as new information … Continue reading How to Run Safely Amid Coronavirus Concerns
March 22, 2020 at 01:28PM Spending time in nature really helps you focus on the here and now, freeing your mind from the chatter and clutter of everyday life and helping you feel like part of something larger than yourself. Whether you’re walking in the woods, gazing at the stars and moon, or looking closely … Continue reading 6 Ways To Connect With Nature During COVID-19 (Without Going Outside)
March 22, 2020 at 11:19AM Moon-curious? Here’s everything you need to know about new moons and how to harness their powerful energy from down here on solid ground. Why do new moons happen again? A new moon happens once a month when the moon and the sun conjoin in the sky, setting off a new … Continue reading Moon Curious? Here’s Everything You Need To Know About New Moons & Their Energy
March 22, 2020 at 09:08AM We all want to do our part to help the planet, and from ocean cleanup projects to making sustainable swaps in our homes, environmentalism has never been more accessible. This year, in honor of World Water Day, we thought what better time to breakdown all the easy ways we can … Continue reading World Water Day: Here Are 25 Ways To Save Water In & Around Your Home
March 21, 2020 at 10:25PM The last few weeks have been incredibly hard, but the AstroTwins are hoping that a little bit of reprieve could be in store. Here’s their astrological forecast: The week is off to an intense start as aggressive Mars and furtive Pluto meet up at the same degree of Capricorn. There’s … Continue reading Your Weekly Astro Forecast Is Here & It’s An Invitation To Pursue Personal Goals
March 21, 2020 at 08:20PM We’ve talked about the importance of friendships in this time of social distancing, but what about our other relationships? While some couples have chosen to isolate together, those who haven’t (or those in new relationships) may be wondering how to keep, well, dating, without the usual options available. Whether your … Continue reading Apart From Your Partner? Here Are 6 Date Ideas That Keep A Distance
March 20, 2020 at 09:02AM It’s no secret that stress plays a significant role in our physical health. Similar to the importance of sleep, our stress levels have profound effects on our inflammation levels, which inherently affect our immune systems. It’s no wonder many functional immunologists regard it as an integral part of the immune-boosting … Continue reading 3 Tips To Deal With Coronavirus-Induced Anxiety, From Ellen Vora, M.D.
March 19, 2020 at 06:00PM by CWC There was a minute—a sparking, optimistic minute—when I thought I’d emerge from this national emergency with the screenplay for my pandemic-themed rom-com. That sounds terrible, but you know you thought the same thing, too. In fact, with ample time in self-isolation among the spread of COVID-19, there’s this … Continue reading Hey, it’s okay if you’re not checking everything off of your to-do list right now
March 18, 2020 at 10:05PM Suddenly, everyone who’s able is working and learning from home. While some people may have a desk or workspace, in theory, this is probably the first time it’s become a primary workspace from which we work for days on end. Taking our home offices to the same productivity center as … Continue reading 5 Tips For Arranging Your Home Workspace, According To Feng Shui
March 18, 2020 at 12:00AM by CWC You might not know from seeing me, but I have two chronic diseases—psoriasis and psoriatic arthritis. My immune system is on overdrive all the time, which means that I have to take immunosuppressant drugs in order to help manage my conditions. A suppressed immune system, as you can … Continue reading I’m in my 30s, and I have a compromised immune system. Here’s why I want you to take COVID-19 seriously
March 17, 2020 at 12:00PM by CWC I type this with fingers that have half-polished, half-unpolished nails, extending from hands that are covered in ink smears. So no, I, for one, am not feeling gorgeous today. We all have days like that, and sometimes our energy is affected as a result. That can be rough … Continue reading 3 ways body language can help you fake it till you make it on days when you feel blah
March 13, 2020 at 06:00PM by CWC “By second grade, I was the fastest in my class. By third grade, I was the fastest in the grade. From there, it was just onwards and upwards,” says Mary Cain, 1500-meter finalist in the 2013 World Championships, three-time world junior champion, and one of Well+Good’s 2020 Changemakers. … Continue reading Women’s health has never been a focus in sports, Mary Cain wants to change that
March 13, 2020 at 12:00AM by CWC In the six years since I was diagnosed with both generalized anxiety disorder and panic disorder—what can I say, I’m an overachiever—I’ve tried just about everything to manage my symptoms. I’ve been in and out of therapy and took medication for a year, but ultimately decided to taper … Continue reading I tried heart-rate variability training to help my anxiety—here’s what happened
March 12, 2020 at 04:00PM by CWC In the pursuit to achieve professional success, it’s incredibly helpful to have a vision of how that success may look—and, more crucially, how success for you may look. But what if at your place of work, you don’t see any women in leadership roles? In this edition of … Continue reading There aren’t any women in leadership positions at my company—so how can I climb the ladder?
March 12, 2020 at 01:00AM by CWC The subject of my family’s The Bachelor group chat during last night’s season finale was not really focused on who Pilot Pete was going to end up with but rather his mom, Barb. Specifically, how much Barb disliked the woman Peter is in a relationship with and how, … Continue reading If your parents hate your partner, does that seal the fate of your relationship? Therapists weigh in
March 11, 2020 at 09:00PM by CWC Spoiler alert: not everybody has the luxury of a home office. Not everybody even has the luxury of a desk. And while working from home certainly has its perks (working with my dog? Yes, please), it can be a challenge without a defined workspace. Temptations like Netflix loom … Continue reading Working from home? Here’s what productivity experts say you should do to stay on task
March 07, 2020 at 08:00PM by CWC This month’s full moon (appetizingly nicknamed the full worm moon) is one of four supermoons taking the sky this year. It happens on Monday, March 9, which is also the day Mercury finally stations direct. Given all this powerful energy swirling in the cosmos on that day, we’re … Continue reading This month’s full worm moon is also a supermoon—here’s what that means for your sign
March 05, 2020 at 05:00PM by CWC Many months ago, I packed away my shorts, skirts, and dresses for winter—already wishing that I could rewind the “lazy-hazy-crazy” days of summer and sport them all once more. There’s was one wardrobe exception, though: the Outdoor Voices Exercise Dress ($100) in winter proved too versatile to be … Continue reading How to style the OV exercise dress for winter, because we’re team no pants all year round