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WHAT TO DO WHEN YOU'RE OVERWHELMED AT WORK

With a little help from CB2, anything is possible

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SELF AND THE CITY: TAKING STEPS IS EASY

A journey through the trials and tribulations of motherhood

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STAY CHILL IN THE DIGITAL WORLD

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CHILL FACE HAS LANDED

That's right, we do facials now

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Apps That’ll Help You Save Without Even Noticing

I don’t really like to think about money. I’m in that sweet spot of my early career where I’m making enough money to live, but I don’t actually think about saving. I’m not organized or pay close enough attention to draw up my finances into a weekly and/or monthly excel sheet, so I looked to…

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The Best Superfood Beauty Out There

I think it goes without saying that I really enjoy consuming superfoods, and when I was looking for more ways to incorporate them into my routine, I realized I could be using beauty packed with them. On my quest to find replacements for my current routine, I stumbled across some seriously golden products that I…

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Chill Face Has Landed

We’ve done Insta-worthy manis, to-die for massages, decedent wellness tonics, and even curated a shop of our favorite, chilliest goods. We thought we did it all in the name of chill, and then we kept brainstorming. So where to next? Chillhouse is pleased to announce the launch of CHILL FACE, a brand new facial program…

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Green Cleaning Products We Love

Counter to the catchy images depicted across the internet, self care extends much farther than face masks and bubble baths. While not as exciting as lathering your troubles away, keeping a clean home can actually clear your mind. I repeat – doing chores can actually improve mental well-being in addition to bettering your space. In…

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Self and the City: Songbird

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 to hannah@chillhouse.com. I believe that we…

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Swaps You Can Make in Your Home to Be Less Wasteful

We all have heard about the Zero-Waste movement, and maybe some of you reading this have participated in making some more eco-friendly changes to your lifestyle – good for you! It can be such a confusing, overwhelming, and slightly intimidating journey to embark on. We all feel the same way, but the reality is there’s…

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Self and the City: Taking Steps is Easy

I believe that therapy is supposed to be hard – that it’s only when therapy is in fact hard, cracking us wide open, that it’s able to finally access the hurt parts that need tending to. Remember that line in the theme song of Orange Is the New Black:“Taking steps is easy/Standing still is hard?”…

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Wellness One-oh-Ones: Melatonin

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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How Himalayan Salt Saunas Can Help You Decompress

Halotherapy, a.k.a. salt therapy, has long been a part of self-care rituals and spa treatments throughout Central Europe and Asia. Most recently, it has been gaining popularity in America. If you’re a holistic health lover like me, you probably have noticed Himalayan salt caves popping up in big cities like Los Angeles and New York…

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Self and the City: Fireflies

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 that…

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What the F*ck is TruSculpt?

When walking around New York City, it’s hard not to be bombarded with ads for the latest fat reduction procedure (and even harder not to be tempted). Although not for everyone, some procedures serve as a complement to the effort put into diet and exercise. I was intrigued by one treatment in particular: TruSculpt.  I…

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Wellness One-oh-Ones: Spirulina

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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5 Ways to Budget That Won’t Take Away from Your Daily Matcha Habit

In a spending-heavy culture, it’s hard to resist buying what’s new and sometimes unnecessary, because let’s face it, spending is fun. If the spending is taking a toll on your bank account, here are five ways to budget that don’t take away from your daily matcha habit. Pay Attention to Sales Every day, our phones…

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Life Co-Lived

After a bad mental health day, retreating to your bed with Netflix seems like the perfect antidote. But what if it’s doing more harm than good? While it’s necessary to wind down, it can be easy to fall into the habit of isolating for days at a time, making it harder to bounce back in…

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Water Bottles That Will Help You Become a Sustainable Superstar

It’s no secret that single use plastic is out and reusable bottles, straws, and snack bags are in, yet there are still an alarming number of people using plastic water bottles. To them I say: do you know that using plastic water bottles is bad for your insides too, as it releases small amounts of…

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What These Female Business Owners Say About Starting Your Own

It’s no surprise that there are small businesses popping up everywhere these days, but how does one really start a business? How can you really take a hold of your passions and turn them into money? Well, I have always wondered the same thing – until now. I spoke to female three business owners I…

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Self and the City: The First 30 Days

I believe women inherently know their bodies. Though, medicine and magazines have subverted our trust in ourselves. Trust that we understand that all-knowing “gut” feeling that is our body speaking to us in a language we’ve lost.  I had just turned 30, made the decision to make a baby, and had no vision of what…

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The Benefit of Visualizing Your Finances, According to an Expert

After moving to NYC about a year ago, I quickly realized that keeping track of my day-to-day finances was incredibly tricky, but also incredibly important. As a young woman in the workforce and living in one of the most expensive cities, I’m attempting to save for my future, while trying to build my ideal current…

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