Feel less burnt out in 3 months or less using this 3-step roadmap

February 20, 2020 at 10:23PM by CWC To be upfront, there is no clear “cure” to burnout: it’s something clinical, chronic and can’t be solved overnight. But burnout experts agree that soothing burnout involves being really proactive in how to make time for yourself. Like, meaningful time, time that’ll revive you. Making time for yourself is rejuvenating, … Continue reading Feel less burnt out in 3 months or less using this 3-step roadmap

Dunkin’ now serves matcha lattes at 8,400 stores nationwide

February 20, 2020 at 09:00PM by CWC A chain long known for serving donuts, Dunkin’ has been morphing into a low-key healthy-ish grab-and-go spot. The fast food chain already serves up plant-based breakfast sandwiches with Beyond Meat sausage, offers almond milk (and, rumor has it, oat milk come spring), and it just announced the addition … Continue reading Dunkin’ now serves matcha lattes at 8,400 stores nationwide

I’m a makeup artist, and here’s how I spent $143 to fill my personal kit

February 20, 2020 at 06:34PM by CWC Whenever there’s a new launch or a big sale, it can be tempting to drop your hard-earned coins on products that seem to-die-for amazing but probably won’t work their way into your everyday routine. I’m a sucker for creamy glitter eyeshadows, and I can count on one hand … Continue reading I’m a makeup artist, and here’s how I spent $143 to fill my personal kit

Your guide to perfectly-roasted vegetables, straight from a top chef

February 20, 2020 at 06:34PM by CWC Yes, eating vegetables can be delicious (and easy). Here’s how. One of the great things about vegetables is their versatility. From sautéed veggies to more creative cooking methods (zoodles, anyone?), there are countless ways to get your daily dose of greens. But according to celebrity chef Sam Kass, … Continue reading Your guide to perfectly-roasted vegetables, straight from a top chef

Here’s what kind of soulful Pisces you are, according to your moon sign

February 20, 2020 at 04:00PM by CWC Pisces is the 12th and final sign of the zodiac wheel—and, as a Pisces rising sign myself, I like to think that the astrological gods saved the best for last. Those born between February 19 and March 20 are known to be highly empathetic, creative, and compassionate, with … Continue reading Here’s what kind of soulful Pisces you are, according to your moon sign

Welcome to the golden age of skin care peer pressure—have you tried retinol yet?

February 20, 2020 at 03:00PM by CWC It likely started with moisturizer. It’s the first product most of us buy when someone suggests it’s time to get serious about skin care. Then, you add a step here or there over the years, like serum or SPF. And then maybe you start using eye cream after … Continue reading Welcome to the golden age of skin care peer pressure—have you tried retinol yet?

Your digestive health is about so much more than your family history

February 20, 2020 at 02:00PM by CWC There might be a few things you already blame your mom for: your secret love of rom-coms, perhaps, or your undying drive for success thanks to years of helicopter parenting. But another “got it from my momma” (or dad, perhaps) trait that you might not have known about? … Continue reading Your digestive health is about so much more than your family history

If you have 3 key personality traits, you’ll have an easier time forgiving a partner who cheated

February 20, 2020 at 01:00PM by CWC When you find out your partner has cheated on you and also still wants to make your relationship work, the resulting mood is best explained as “emotional tornado.” Coming to terms with what happened is a whole lot to wrap your mind around—like wondering why they cheated in … Continue reading If you have 3 key personality traits, you’ll have an easier time forgiving a partner who cheated

‘Somatic exercises’ stretch the stress right out of your poor, aching body

February 20, 2020 at 03:00AM by CWC If you’ve ever unrolled your mat for the celestial experience known as Yin yoga, you know that there’s basically one rule: do nothing quickly. Snail’s pace stretching is highly recommended in more restorative asana, and the same rings true with somatic exercises, Yin-adjacent stretches designed to calm your nervous … Continue reading ‘Somatic exercises’ stretch the stress right out of your poor, aching body

8 essential tools to help you survive Mercury retrograde

February 20, 2020 at 02:00AM by CWC There’s been a lot of effort in the last few years to give Mercury retrograde a positive rebrand. You know, it’s a transit that allows you to slow down, reconnect to people with whom you’ve lost touch, energetically cleanse… blah, blah, blah. I’d believe that if we lived in … Continue reading 8 essential tools to help you survive Mercury retrograde

Gluten digestion supplements aren’t a magic pill for people with intolerances, according to experts

February 20, 2020 at 01:00AM by CWC We all know someone—or probably a lot of someones—who don’t eat gluten. In all likelihood, that someone may even be you. As of 2017, 3.1 million Americans reported actively avoiding this protein found in wheat, barley, and rye. (We’re willing to bet that by 2020, that number has likely … Continue reading Gluten digestion supplements aren’t a magic pill for people with intolerances, according to experts

Derms say this kind of foundation is the best for sensitive or acne-prone skin

February 20, 2020 at 12:30AM by CWC Liquid, cream, loose powder, pressed powder, cream-to-powder—there are so many different types of foundation. With each coming in different finishes and levels of coverage, it can be hard to figure out which one works best for you. Mineral foundation is often overlooked, but according to Meghan Feely, MD, … Continue reading Derms say this kind of foundation is the best for sensitive or acne-prone skin

How to convince everyone you have naturally thick, full lashes in 6 easy steps

February 20, 2020 at 12:15AM by CWC From mascara and extensions to magnetic falsie strips and lifts, we’re always trying to figure out how to get thick lashes with wow factor. And here at Well+Good, our beauty editors have tried just about everything to find the fastest ways to get long, fluffy lashes. It’s taken … Continue reading How to convince everyone you have naturally thick, full lashes in 6 easy steps

Watch out SoulCycle: Barry’s is offering spin classes now, too—and here’s what I thought when I tried it

February 20, 2020 at 12:00AM by CWC In November of last year, Barry’s quietly dropped the word “Bootcamp” from its name. It came by way of a blink-and-you’ll-miss-it Instagram post, declaring that from here on out, they were “officially on a first name basis.” And now, we know why: The “best workout in the world” … Continue reading Watch out SoulCycle: Barry’s is offering spin classes now, too—and here’s what I thought when I tried it

Thermal wellness is about to become the next must-know metric

February 19, 2020 at 09:00PM by CWC Way before we turned to Megaformers and Theraguns in an attempt to achieve wellbeing, cultures around the world relied on far more simplistic measures to keep them feeling good—things like heat and cold, for instance. Sweating it out in saunas and dipping into ice baths are just two … Continue reading Thermal wellness is about to become the next must-know metric

The 12 most common sex mistakes keeping you from your orgasm

February 19, 2020 at 08:01PM by CWC This is super embarrassing to admit, but once upon a time I was known for bragging about my “abilities” to orgasm easily. Then, poof! My superpower disappeared. Now, just like many other vulva-owners I know, I’ve started having trouble orgasming on command. It’s tempting to blame partners, and … Continue reading The 12 most common sex mistakes keeping you from your orgasm

Why Italian skin care is like the Mediterranean diet for your complexion

February 19, 2020 at 05:00PM by CWC If you’ve ever been to Italy, you understand how beautiful it is—it’s verdant, markets are filled with fresh fruit (like lemon, the country’s staple), and rich scents of rosemary and tomatoes waft through the air. Given that Italy plays host to such varied, fresh ingredients, it’s no wonder … Continue reading Why Italian skin care is like the Mediterranean diet for your complexion

I haven’t worn pants all winter, thanks to these under-$100 faux leather leggings

February 19, 2020 at 04:00PM by CWC Putting on real pants is never a particularly appealing task, but during the hibernation that takes place from January to March, it often feels downright impossible. Thankfully, it’s become socially acceptable to wear athleisure almost everywhere, but there are still a handful of instances that—sighhh—call for a button … Continue reading I haven’t worn pants all winter, thanks to these under-$100 faux leather leggings

The key to enjoying a plant-based diet is embracing food inclusion, not restriction

February 19, 2020 at 04:00PM by CWC Back in the late 2000s—way before everyone was obsessed with oat milk and Beyond burgers—a facialist recommended that I cut back on my dairy and meat consumption for the sake of my skin. At the time, I felt like she was sentencing me to foodie prison. How could … Continue reading The key to enjoying a plant-based diet is embracing food inclusion, not restriction

3 self-love tips for accepting who you are right now—not who you wish you could be

February 19, 2020 at 03:00PM by CWC The critical mass of messaging about self-love that’s circulating right now has conditioned a number of us to believe that it’s a state of being waiting to be achieved. That, maybe, if we just try really hard and do the right workout and commit to a daily meditation … Continue reading 3 self-love tips for accepting who you are right now—not who you wish you could be

Why it’s so easy to feel jealous of other families, even into adulthood

February 19, 2020 at 01:00PM by CWC Growing up, I couldn’t understand why my mother held me to what felt like a zillion rules and regulations, and I desperately wanted her to be more like my friends’ parents. I remember feeling jealous of a friend whose parents let us eat chocolate after school and watch … Continue reading Why it’s so easy to feel jealous of other families, even into adulthood

Here’s what a healthy chef puts in his 5-minute anti-inflammatory salad dressing

February 19, 2020 at 10:00AM by CWC Hot take: Salad dressing is the differentiator between a homemade salad that tastes like you paid $20 for it, or a bland bowl of greens you’re ready to toss in the trash after a few bites. But if you’ve been nervous to try your hand at homemade dressings … Continue reading Here’s what a healthy chef puts in his 5-minute anti-inflammatory salad dressing

5 dietitian-approved tips for using Trader Joe’s ‘Everything But The Elote’ seasoning

February 19, 2020 at 03:00AM by CWC There’s a new spice in the aisle at Trader Joe’s, and its name is Everything But The Elote. Like the idea behind Trader Joe’s Everything But The Bagel seasoning before it, the goal was bottling the mouth-watering flavor of a beloved staple. This time, that was elote (aka … Continue reading 5 dietitian-approved tips for using Trader Joe’s ‘Everything But The Elote’ seasoning