WELLNESS ONE-OH-ONES: MELATONIN

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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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Instagram Pages Dedicated to the Wellness of People + the Planet

Wellness involves more than our individual self-care practices. Intersectional environmentalism sums up that the wellness of people is inextricably linked to the wellness of our planet. There are countless voices who are sharing wisdom, art, and facts to prove that taking care of all people contributes to a healthier earth. The following Instagram pages are…

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Why You Should Have a Contemplating-My-Life Corner

Whether you’ve realized it or not, you have dedicated spots for sleeping, working, and casually lounging. You may do all of these activities in the same spot all day every day because of accessibility and/or a profound comfort level for that one spot. However, if you’re lucky enough to have the extra leeway to create…

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10 Vegan Beauty Brands to Follow This Year

We know you! You’re at home playing with make-up, practicing your winged liner, and double-ing up on sheet masks! Let’s take it up a notch with these 10 vegan beauty brands! Bathing Culture Bathing Culture is one of my favorite body brands when it comes to beauty. Their focus: sustainable bathing that connects you back…

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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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Six Wellness Inspired Bevs to Make at Home

Sometimes wellness can feel a little overwhelming, so let’s bring it back to the basics… you know, like what you put in your body. Though wellness stands on a pillar of doing what is best for your body and relishes in eating healthy, sometimes we need a little boost from an outside source like some…

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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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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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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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5 Things You Should Know Before Moving In With Your Partner

Ah! Moving in together! It’s one of the best times in a relationship but can oftentimes feel scary. Daunting almost. There’s so much thought that goes into this next step and if you feel you and your partner are ready, there may be some things you should know before moving in together! Are you ready?…

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These Creatives Will Motivate You to Get Moving This AM

Finding the motivation to head outside — even for just a simple walk — has been weighing on me for the past month. The way out of that funk was reaching out to womxn I admire. One thing to know about the following creatives is that they make time to take care of themselves with…

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5 ASMR Channels to Listen to If You Have Anxiety

It’s unfortunately a common emotion in our society today, anxiety. Whether you deal with it daily, occasionally or have in the past, it’s never fun. Personally anxiety is something I face every day. I tend to overthink everything, worry about the smallest things and have an underlying “anxious energy.” Sometimes I can cope pretty well…

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Mediating Maskne: Acne-Friendly Products to Use

Summertime usually equates to humidity, heat, and lots of face sweat that tends to leave behind more acne-prone skin. Throw a mask into the mix, and something about trapping the heat or that friction is not super friendly to your skin. Even worse, facials are hard to come by right now and you need to…

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How to Stay Sane When Moving During a Global Pandemic

So you are contemplating a move during the COVID-19 Pandemic? Or maybe you have to move! Or maybe your parent’s place is much bigger than your tiny studio apartment and it comes with free laundry. Whatever the case may be, there’s a natural fear that creeps in during times like these and lucky for you,…

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Finding Your Why is Hard but Helpful

Having a career takes up a big chunk of our time so none of us want it to feel like a chore. Finding your why is one of those big questions that circle throughout our whole lives. It can carry an unnecessary amount of weight that pressures us to constantly be in search of what…

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Wellness One-oh-Ones: Skin Discipline

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 greatest…

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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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