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How to create a work-life balance at home

Sorry, but your boss can wait.

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THE HOLY GRAIL: SUPPLEMENTS TO EASE YOUR HANGOVER

Your hangover will thank you

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Organizational Hacks to Keep Your Home Clutter-Free

Hint: You need to make your bed.

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OBGYN: What You Need to Know Before You Go

Because it's time to talk about our vulvas.

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My Crazy Busy Life Nearly Killed Me — So I Changed Everything

The year I turned 28, I made partner in a large hospitality group, got married, and had heart surgery; in that order. The preceding 15 or so years, I was living at an accelerated pace — playing multiple sports in high school while also starring in all the drama club productions, graduating early from Columbia…

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How to Talk About Suicide According to a Therapist

Suicide, unfortunately, is a word that has been on everyone’s mind as of late. It’s a word that normally no one likes to discuss and doesn’t dare to bring up. It can be hard for some people to understand why someone would even want to take their own life and why they believe that is…

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Sex Toys That Will Help You Chill TF Out

You probably remember the Sex and the City episode about “the Rabbit,” aka the vibrator that made Charlotte cancel all her plans. Her friends eventually managed to drag her out of her apartment, but Char’s obsession is understandable — it’s not always easy to figure out which sex toys are right for you. Can you…

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How LGBTQ Influencers Are Embracing Their Identities and Making Waves Online

With social media power comes great responsibility. Yes, influencers post amazing pictures, attend all kinds of events, and work with really cool brands, but at the end of the day, they’re also baring their personal lives for the world to see. And for queer-identifying influencers, there’s a whole other level of openness that comes with…

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How to Prioritize Travel Even When Your Life Gets Busy

Sitting seaside eating fish tacos and fried plantains at a local Costa Rican cafe after taking a dip in the ocean, relaxing after a morning of yoga at a resort you saved to your Instagram collection a year ago (that you found through that blogger you just can’t help but stalk, in a totally non-creepy…

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How to Stick to Your Budget Without Letting it Ruin Your Social Life

Money is a weird thing. Everyone is born with a different understanding of it, and therefore, different relationships surrounding money form. For some, it’s a source of constant stress. For others, it enables them to support every single want, desire, and need they have. For myself, I felt pressure to spend more than I had in…

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How To Create Work Boundaries For Yourself At Home

Raise your hand if you’ve ever sent a work-related text or email at a wildly inappropriate hour—a subversive “Yes, I’m working around the clock.” It can be easy to feel like this is normal, or hell, even expected in today’s culture that glorifies being busy 24/7. But according to career coach Sara Young Wang, it…

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The Holy Grail: Supplements to Ease Your Hangover

Let’s face it, we’re not all 21 anymore. And hangovers are a dark, looming future that often treacherously follow a fun night out. That tequila shot sounds like a great idea until you wake up the next morning with a pounding headache. While it can be pretty difficult to wake up unscathed after a night…

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Organizational Hacks to Keep Your Home Clutter-Free

We all know we’d like our homes to look like it popped out of a magazine, but it’s safe to say there’s only a small percentage of people who can actually accomplish that (and if that’s you, congrats! You’re doing better than most of us). Keeping your space clutter-free can be a huge undertaking, especially…

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The OBGYN Diaries: What You Need to Know Before You Go

Here’s a conversation starter for you—when was the last time you went to the OBGYN? Some people go regularly while some have never been. My first time was last year, when I braced myself for a pap smear by cutting my own bangs beforehand and wearing a newly thrifted pair of Chuck Taylors to my…

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Superfoods That’ll Make Your Smoothies Feel So Extra

Whether or not you’ve heard of superfoods, you’ve probably eaten them without even realizing it. Defined as a nutrient-rich food considered to be especially beneficial for health and well-being, superfoods are filled with antioxidants, vitamins, minerals, and polyphenols and can be easily added to everyday meals — like smoothies — to make them feel extra…

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How to Make Your Dreams Work for You and Find Out What They *Truly* Mean

Ever wake up from a dream on a Monday morning going “WTF”? Your dreams probably entail anything from appearing naked infront of a large group of people or giving birth to Michael B. Jordan’s child (we prefer the latter). The interpretation of dreams has been an ongoing fascination for over thousands of years. The Greeks…

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The Best Sneakers for Your Health and Style

When I was a kid, the supportive sneakers my mom tried to force on me were, in my strong-headed opinion, incredibly ugly. I couldn’t stand the way they looked and I would have much rather stomped around in rubber flip-flops. But now that I’m older and my body isn’t quite as resilient, I’ve come to…

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The One Thing Holly McWhorter From Plant Apothecary Added to Her Diet to Manage Her Sensitive Skin

We’ve all been there: You find a new skin-care product that you looove, immediately go home to try it out but find yourself a few minutes later screaming in straight horror because your skin has reacted to the one thing that you swore was going to make you feel and look like Meghan Markle on her…

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How to Combat FOMO and Say No More Often

I will start by saying that I am the biggest “yes” woman and that I suffer from a severe case of FOMO (Fear of Missing Out). If I could be in multiple places at once, I absolutely would, so that I can enjoy everything with everyone. Drinks with coworkers? Yes. Brunch with the girls following…

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About Last Night: Time to Talk About Heartbreak and Love

A wise woman once said, “Middle fingers up/ Put ’em hands high/ Wave ’em in his face/ Tell him ‘Boy, bye.” That’s exactly what we did last night for our third Time To Talk panel, this time with a focus on heartbreak and relationships (aka, the BOY BYE edition). Our Chiller-in-Chief Cyndi Ramirez-Fulton led a conversation…

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