Maggie Suszka

Lover of the ocean, hopeless romantic and boogie wonderland aficionado from Chicago. You can find me on the beach reading the New York Times Modern Love column.
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Modern Resources Making Mental Health More Accessible

May is Mental Health Awareness Month (MHAM) and in celebration of many personal battles people are fighting with their own mental health, we’ve created a guide to organizations and nonprofits that are changing the game in the mental health space and providing an outlet or platform to either discuss your personal battle, explore others’ transparent…

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How to Use Your Myers Briggs Type to Your Professional Advantage

“Everything that irritates us about others can lead us to a better understanding of ourselves,” said Carl Jung, Swiss psychiatrist and the godfather ofMyers Briggs personality types. It can also lead to a better understanding of how we best function in our work lives. Myers Briggs and the 16 different personality types boils down to…

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SHOP CHILL Products to Help Fight the Sunday Scaries

Sunday scaries, AKA, the eve of the start of the work week- anxiety settling in, stress manifesting, and the weekend mistakes settling deeply into your thoughts and invading your mental clarity. Wondering how to beat the Sunday scaries and start the week on a high note? Stay up on your self TLC game and  end…

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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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Why It’s Completely Okay to Feel Lonely During the Holidays

While the holidays are weeks full of holiday cheer, lots of loving, the exchanging of presents, fruitcakes from your boss (hopefully this tradition is almost long gone) and parties, it can also be the loneliest time of year for some folks. I was reminded of this recently while scrolling the online and ongoing community art…

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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 Legit is Cuffing Season and Will My Winter Relationship Fail?

The weather is getting colder, the sweaters are coming out and people are beginning to spend more evenings cuddled up at home instead of out on the town. While mostly everyone prefers to stay indoors, they’ll probably all agree that no one wants to do it alone. Instead, they’ll snuggle up with an S.O. —…

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Autumn Anxiety & How to Get a Handle on Yours

The days are getting shorter, the sun is setting earlier, and it feels like your spirit is changing – along with the color of the leaves. You’re feeling the weight of your responsibilities, your urge for adventure has diminished, and things feel a little bit heavier and well, different. You can’t seem to put a…

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Why You Should Read the Self-Help Book Your Mom Sent You

Do you remember what life was like when “self-help” wasn’t cool? Think about that for a moment: Back in the day, you needed to have real excuses for evenings you’d rather spend with a face mask in front of the TV instead of out with the girl gang. There was no such thing as PDFM…

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