Jessa Chargois

Type “a” gal who gets a little too excited about men’s tailored clothing. Self-identifies as the long-lost daughter of bell hooks and Carrie Bradshaw. She is one dog walk away from rescuing her own mutt, but hey, that wouldn’t be the first time. Most likely at a comedy show or trivia night, wishing the venue had a wider selection of ciders on tap.
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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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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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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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A Valentine’s Day Guide Guide for Your Most Intimate Self

Every February, roses, chocolates, and cupids overwhelm shelves and remind us how society would like us to display our affection for others. Now, while Valentine’s Day is romantic in theory, I’ve always been one to view the holiday with a bit of pessimism; why are we supposed to express our love for others more intensely…

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Self and the City: Symphony

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 fear is…

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Self and the City: Hope

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 in hope….

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Self and the City: Anew

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 in the…

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Chill Gifts: For the Chill Dudes In Your Life

The holidays are finally here and you know what that means: Food, family, friends, fun, and of course, gifts. (There’s no shame if that’s your favorite part of it all!) We know that every person in your life deserves something special, so we’re here to make sure they get the best gift possible. With the…

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Self and the City: Not Just a Quarantine Puppy

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 there is…

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