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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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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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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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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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A New Yorker’s Guide to Decluttering Your Living Space

Ah, the infamous small NYC apartment that gives us so much anxiety. From trying to keep our space decluttered to holding onto every little bit of house supplies we probably don’t need, these are just some of the things we do whether we’re attending college for the first time or moving in with our significant…

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What’s it Really Like Going into the Workforce Post-Grad

One of the first times I’ve ever experienced a large amount of responsibility that can be put on someone while at a corporate-level position was when I was supposed to get something really important done for work during a weekend. Come Monday, though, I realized I went the entire weekend without completing the assignment. I obviously got…

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Is Hygge Attainable in a Small Space?

Hygge (pronounced hue-guh) is a Danish concept that was brought to our attention by Meik Wiking in his book, The Little Danish Book of Hygge: Danish Secrets to Happy Living. After all, Denmark is considered to be one of the happiest places in the world, so it’s no surprise that Hygge refers to the Danish…

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How I Choose to Celebrate Mother’s Day Now That She’s Gone

Mother’s Day, for most people, is a time to celebrate with the women who have been a maternal influence in their lives. It’s a time to show appreciation, love, and gratitude to those who have sacrificed and showed unconditional love in unimaginable ways. If you’re one of the lucky few who gets to spend this…

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The Beginner’s Guide to Meditating at Home

While meditation can conjure connotations of calm, peace and solace, it can also make someone feel a little overwhelmed, and sometimes, pose as a practice that is simply unattainable. It’s true that we’d all like to reach that point of Nirvana atop a mountain once in our lives, but meditation is so much more than…

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