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HOW TO STOP A PANIC ATTACK IN ITS TRACKS

A step by step guide to chilling out.

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WHAT I LEARNED FROM BINGE WATCHING SEX AND THE CITY

The power packed show can teach us a lot about friendship, love, and yourself.

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WHAT’S WITH WOMEN SAYING SORRY ALL THE TIME AND HOW DO WE BREAK THE CYCLE?

It's time we talk about this pressing issue-- no sorry's no take backs.

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Chill Gifts: For the Hygge Enthusiast

The holidays are finally here and you know what that means: Food, family, friends, fun, and of course, gifts. (There’s no shame if that’s your favorite part of it all!) We know that every person in your life deserves something special, so we’re here to make sure they get the best gift possible. We’re combing through the…

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I’m A Queer Woman And My Relationship With My Fingernails Is Complicated

My relationship with my fingernails is complicated. Before it even occurred to me to have a sexuality, I loved drawing attention to my nails. Every weekend I painted them a hue of blue — on the spectrum of summer-wash denim to midnight sky — which looked entirely punk-rock. The blue was a tiny rebellion that…

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CHILL GUIDES: CHICAGO FOR THE HOLIDAYS

Sweet home Chicago. The windy city where the pizza is deep, the winters are brutal, the folks are wholesome, the “aaa’s” are longer, and our sports teams are worth defending — and some would say, worth fighting for. I’m not one to hide any of my gushing love for the Chi, but I’m not the…

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How to Create Intentional Spaces in Your Home

Dorothy said it best while she clicked her ruby red shoes “There’s no place like home” — and isn’t that certainly the case? As most of us are working a job (plus a side hustle with busy social schedules and various other commitments in life), it seems only natural that we’re also looking for some…

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I (Finally) Switched To Natural Deodorant — And Here’s How It Went

If you want to know the whole truth, this journey actually started about 18 months ago when one of my best friends switched to natural deodorant. She was the first person I knew to make the switch so I had a lot of questions. What was it like? How does it smell? Do you smell? Does it work?…

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Chill Gifts: For the Romantics

The holidays are finally here and you know what that means: Food, family, friends, fun, and of course, gifts. (There’s no shame if that’s your favorite part of it all!) We know that every person in your life deserves something special, so we’re here to make sure they get the best gift possible. We’re combing through the…

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How to Stop a Panic Attack in Its Tracks

It happened on the subway, three stops from my apartment, on a Friday night about one month ago. “Shit, I’m actually dying,” I thought to myself as I looked at the floor where I imagined my body would be sprawled at any moment. My chest felt tight, my thoughts were racing, and the car full…

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What I Learned from Binge Watching Sex and the City

New York City has a bug: that city that never sleeps, best slices of pizza (even as a Chicago native), go anywhere-in-the world subway freedom type of bug. So when I settled back into my home in Los Angeles after my weekend away in the Big Apple, I wasn’t ready to let go of the…

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What’s With Women Saying Sorry All The Time and How Do We Break The Cycle?

Today, I apologized to a door. Really, I said sorry to the person who had just passed through the door, which I had stopped to hold for them. Why would I be apologizing to a stranger I had done a quick favor for? I have no idea. But by the time the stranger had come…

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I Tried a 10-Day Silent Vipassana Meditation Retreat — Why They’re So Popular, and What Really Happened

At 33 I find myself questioning everything in my life: Why did I choose to become a therapist and specialize in eating disorders? Where are all the nice, Jewish gentlemen in a city as large as New York? And when did I start settling, personally and professionally? Feeling unhappy overall, and at a turning point in…

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5 Self-Employed Superstars on How They Stay Motivated

Whether you’re starting your own business or working on a passion project, it can be difficult to stay motivated, especially when there’s no external pressure pushing you to complete tasks, it’s all on your own to get sh** done. Take it from a full-time freelancer. Some days it can feel like I’ve gotten nothing accomplished,…

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16 Queer Texts And Memoirs Everyone Should Read

Winter is undoubtedly the best time of year to abandon the constant ding of emails, step away from the old year habits (thank you, next, 2018), and crack open a book. There are a lot of quality books on the market. But alas, in my humble opinion, nothing goes with a chunky sweat, chai latte,…

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Say Goodbye to Hat Hair with These 5 Tips

Winter hat season is here. As exciting as that is – getting to pull out favorite beanies or berets – it also means hat hair. For as cute as hats look, they can leave behind an awful mess. Sure, loose curls or undone waves look great underneath the cap, but once it comes off it…

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Different Ways You Can Invest in Yourself Every Day

Many say that the secret of your future is in your daily routine. Having just graduated a year early from college, I can attest that it’s the little moments that add up to create life’s biggest achievements. Being that the “big moments” (like job promotions, graduations, weddings, etc) happen way less than the minutia of…

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Let’s Get Real About Long-Term Relationships

“You’re basically married!” is a phrase I get a lot when I tell people how long I’ve been with my boyfriend, or add that we’ve lived together for most of our relationship. “Why would you want that at 22?!” is typically a pretty common follow-up question that I choose to ignore. Comments like this used…

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4 Home #selfcaresunday Rituals That Take Less Than 5 Minutes

When Sunday rolls around, I use at least part of the day to recharge and unwind. The best way to do this is with self-care rituals that help my body and mind find clarity for the week ahead and as a result, I feel more confident and relaxed. Living in New York, I’ve noticed the…

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