Charlotte Farrell

Charlotte is a freelance writer and editor who loves nothing more than a piping hot matcha latte—with almond mylk, of course—and subjects like wellness, fashion, self-care, food, climate change, feminism, beauty, fitness, and travel. She graduated with honors in Communications and English Literature from the University of California, San Diego, and is now based in NYC where she enjoys reading, writing, exploring, and dreaming about gluten-free croissants.
Get Ready

Get Your Sh#t Together and Use Your Planner Like a Pro

I wasn’t allowed to be a Boy Scout. I lacked certain, uh, “elements” that forbade me to join in their adventures into the wilderness and what not. That didn’t stop my parents from continuously reminding me of the Boy Scouts of America’s motto, “Be Prepared.” Even though I would roll my eyes in contempt, I…

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Eight Ways to Save Sensitive Winter Skin

With winter comes a few givens: pouring yourself more than a few cups of “cheer,” wearing uggs—aka foot clouds—out in public, and hoping politics doesn’t become the topic of discussion when your family, extended or otherwise, gathers under one roof. For me, it means my already sensitive skin refuses to cooperate and, in turn, becomes…

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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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10 Cities in the USA That Are Already Making Us Feel Relaxed

Life in 2018 is pretty convenient—really convenient. We’ve been blessed with Amazon Prime, ride-sharing apps, and even some apps that remind you to drink water or take a deep breath. Sites and services like Pinterest and TaskRabbit are here to make our lives easier, but no matter how many Headspace sessions or ClassPass bookings you…

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Respect is a Two-Way Street. Ways to Encourage R-E-S-P-E-C-T in Your L-I-F-E

Respect. The word carries multiple meanings depending on who you ask. Your parents might say it means obedience. Your boss might say it means leadership. Your local police officer might say it means not flipping him/her the bird after he/she’s written you that well-deserved speeding ticket. No matter who you ask, you’ll get some variation,…

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