MEET CHILL OILS, CHILLHOUSE'S NATURAL NEXT VENTURE

An interview with Cyndi Ramirez-Fulton

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WHY IS PICKING OUT ART SO HARD?

You're not the only one who finds it's difficult, take it from these artists.

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SELF AND THE CITY: HOPE

Taking a moment to celebrate the wins.

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SIX CRYSTALS TO UP YOUR ENERGY THIS YEAR

Pocket-sized assistance from the universe

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Five Women-Owned Brands That Rock the Kitchen

Like the nucleus of a cell, the kitchen is the heart of a house. Everything happens in the kitchen and one could even say life itself happens here too. Birthday celebrations, romantic at home dates, and more. In this pandemic, I’ve been spending almost 85% of my time in the kitchen: experimenting with new recipes,…

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Meet Chill Oils, Chillhouse’s Natural Next Venture

The team over at Chillhouse has been going non-stop since the launch of their Chill Tips back in 2020 – with two collections in the books and tons of cult-classic Chill Merch under their wings, it was only a matter of time before they dove into their own formulated products. Since oils are a staple…

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Design Inspo for Shorter Nails

As you may or may not know, The Chill Times is the sister site to Chillhouse, a modern destination in New York City for all things self care, including wellness lattes, massage, and nail art (just to name a few!). Nail art is truly the bread and butter of the entire establishment, so it’s safe…

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What The F*ck Is Gua Sha? A Beginner’s Guide to This Ancient Massage Tool

Nothing, and I really do mean nothing, relaxes me like my Gua Sha. This stone tool is small, slim, and feels just as good, if not better, than its cousin the crystal roller. Just a few minutes with this little gadget and the tension in my face melts away, relieving the clench in my jaw, the…

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How to Know When It’s Time for a Professional Facial

While I’m a stickler for taking the time to mask multiple times a week (it’s for mental health, too), sometimes a girl just wants to be straight-up pampered. However, unlike those enviable few who can spend a fortune on every chemical peel and LED facial on the market, I like to time my treatments just…

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How to Make the Most Out Of Your Home, According to An Apartment Therapy Contributor

Moving apartments, rearranging furniture, and/or designing from scratch can be a messy experience — literally and figuratively. It is however some of the ways to make home feel like home, especially when having to stare at its walls for what seems like 24/7.  Writer and interior stylist, Dominique Gebru, knows how to make a small…

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Making a Career Pivot Mid-Pandemic

Countless days spent waking up in bed, working from bed, lapping around the same block, eating in the same place and doing it all over again for days without end leaves you tapping into your mind to escape. Boredom, inspiration, and the recession all have fingers pointed at them for reasons why individuals were struck…

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Self and the City: New York is Horny Again

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 New…

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Aries Self-Care Guide

Aries season is well underway, are you feeling yourself yet? This cardinal fire sign is known for being impulsive, feisty, and incredibly dynamic. Aries confidence is hard to miss, and Aries season only brings out their competitive, go-getter energy two-fold – there’s nothing wrong with that, but you definitely need to remind the Aries in…

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Self and the City: A Freaking Good Cry

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 living in…

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The Organizations You Can Donate To In Honor of Women’s History Month

This month is not only a time to celebrate women, post photos of the women who have impacted our lives, or even just remember the great women who have changed our world as we know it. It’s also a time to give back. Put your money where your mouth is! That’s why I compiled a…

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Recognizing Codependency and Breaking Free Of It

In early October, my best and longest friend slid a book across the table, her eyes looking away and intently into the crowded screen on her laptop. It read “Codependent No More” in bright hot pink letters. As an individual with an intimate relationship with an alcoholic, my body was met with a weird mix…

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Self and the City: A Door Closed

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 sometimes,…

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How Activist Diandra Marizet Esparza Takes Care As a Co-Founder of a Grassroots Organization

Spending my days amplifying and supporting the stories of marginalized folks to help mitigate climate change has proven to be a huge privilege. But it can also open other organizers like Diandra Marizet Esparza, to moments of burnout and consistently assessing the historical pain of BIPOC communities. Diandra co-founded Intersectional Environmentalist, a resource hub that…

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Pisces Self-Care Guide

It’s officially Pisces season! These water signs are known for being highly empathetic, extremely intuitive, and vividly imaginative and are often meme-d for crying too often, but it’s funny because it’s true. Ruled by Neptune, the planet all about dreams, spirituality, and intuition, these emotional beings are so kind that they often put others’ needs…

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Why is Picking Out Art So Hard?

Fantasizing about the way I would decorate my future apartment was a constant mind game I played. Now that I’ve lived in my own space for close to a year, I have yet to fill up my walls with art that speaks to who I am – or at least livens up the place. It’s…

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