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Why Active Meditation is Your New Go-To

When you live a few blocks away from a donation-based yoga studio, it feels like a crime not to at least take a couple of classes. I heard about an active meditation class offered at my local , I happily attended, thinking that I would mostly be doing breathing exercises with a few poses sprinkled…

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Self and the City: Unapologetically Me

Self and the City is a column intended to increase visibility and dialogue surrounding mental health, relationships, harmful stereotypes, and the necessity for self care and vulnerability. Self and the City will be headlined by Jessa Chargois on a bi-weekly basis. Submissions and guest columnists are welcomed to send work in to hannah@chillhouse.com I believe New York…

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Wellness One-oh-Ones: Euphorics

Welcome to the Wellness One-oh-Ones, a digital encyclopedia for all your wellness needs. This series is geared to tackle those everyday questions you secretly ask yourself in wonderment when you hear about a new trend. Instead of pretending to know what people are talking about, come hang with us as we uncover the latest and…

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Why You Should Be Eating Full-Fat

Going through early puberty in a food-centric household set my BMI into a steady incline, much to the dismay of my pediatrician. She told me that it was time to pay attention to what I was eating to prevent breaking into the overweight category. At the time, the mecca of dietary education was the food…

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Does the BDSM Community Already Have the Consent Model We’re Looking For?

If it’s not a yes, it’s a no. That seems to be the new (and right) approach to consent: one flooding schools, editorials, and activist movements around the country. And, yes, it’s true, talking openly about sex and consent is a step in the right direction. Certainly topics like these were never even mentioned in…

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Wellness One-oh-Ones: Rooibos

Welcome to the Wellness One-oh-Ones, a digital encyclopedia for all your wellness needs. This series is geared to tackle those everyday questions you secretly ask yourself in wonderment when you hear about a new trend. Instead of pretending to know what people are talking about, come hang with us as we uncover the latest and…

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When You Learn Love Isn’t Black and White: What Taking a “Break” in a Relationship Means

“Don’t pick up the pieces, just leave it for now, they keep falling apart.” I don’t particularly love to quote Drake for the start of an article about being lost in love, but this line is more than fitting. Those words perfectly demonstrate the breaking point people often reach in relationships that call for a…

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3 LGBTQ+ Figures on the Importance of Ally Activism

With Pride month coming to a close, we felt it necessary to emphasize the importance of activism for the LGBTQ+ community year long. While members of the community fight constantly for recognition and acceptance, cisgender, heteronormative folks tend to fade out shortly after the month is over. While any form of allyship, even once a…

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What Losing My Job In Terrible Timing Taught Me About Myself

When you’ve got less than two months to go until your wedding, you’re meant to have your life in order. Society (and a fair few rom coms) have led us to believe that not only should you and your partner should be stronger than ever, you should also be honored to spend every minute –…

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