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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An Inside Perspective from A Poll Inspector…

It is no secret this year has been filled with countless unknowns. However, today, I am here to beg you to focus on the one thing you can know how to do; vote.  With fifteen days left before election day, the race is on to navigate the voting process. Thanks to the coronavirus pandemic, voting…

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Self and the City: Blue Jeans

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 our…

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A Discussion on Medicinal Mushrooms

Do you take your morning cold brew with a side of mushroom? Medicinal mushrooms, not to be confused with culinary mushroom or psychedelic mushrooms, have been used throughout Eastern medicine for centuries. While shrooms in your morning Joe may sound daunting at first, medicinal mushrooms have a long history of reducing brain inflammation, boosting immune…

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Self and the City: False Perceptions

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 things…

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Upstate is Begging You

Nestled between the Hudson River and the picturesque Catskill Mountains, the Hudson Valley has always been a treasured haven for those who call Upstate, New York home. Roughly two hours north of New York City, the capital of the relentless and the frenetic, the Valley offers a chance to reconnect with nature, with freedom, and…

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Self and the City: Shades of Peace

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 now,…

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Self and the City: Blue Velvet

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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Self and the City: In An Upside Down World…

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 the…

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Self and the City: Will You Remember Me New York?

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 it…

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