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Wellness One-oh-Ones: Omega-3

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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Beauty Brands are Becoming White Again, as Black Creators Drive Sales

The beauty industry is no stranger to backlash on representation and race. This past summer created a massive shift in dialogue and uprising for accountability of brands. For the first time it was not a discussion of products being taken off shelves – like skin whitening creams – but a spotlight on who is being…

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Superfoods To Boost Your Libido

Sex. It’s a natural part of life, and it’s also just fun to have. So what would you do if you knew that there are superfoods you can eat to help make your sex life even better? That’s right. More than giving your body superfood boosts in nutrition, it can also kick up your libido….

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So, WTF is My Birth Chart, Anyway?

If you have been anywhere on social media this past week, you probably heard the news: it’s Scorpio szn, y’all! My entire Twitter and Instagram feeds have become cluttered with astrology memes that I don’t quite understand, but enjoy nonetheless. The truth is, although I like and believe in astrology, I’m not exactly well-versed on…

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Get Your Sh#t Together and Use Your Planner Like a Pro

I wasn’t allowed to be a Boy Scout. I lacked certain, uh, “elements” that forbade me to join in their adventures into the wilderness and what not. That didn’t stop my parents from continuously reminding me of the Boy Scouts of America’s motto, “Be Prepared.” Even though I would roll my eyes in contempt, I…

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The Best Indoor Plants to Keep Us Company This Winter

With the pandemic still raging in the U.S., it’s safe to say that many of us aren’t going home for the holidays, and there won’t be bars to dance in on the weekends to give us some relief from winter. Personally, I know how daunting it is to think of a lonely winter as I’m…

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Self and the City: Twenty-Four Candles

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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How to Handle Toxic Family Members During the Holidays

If this title drew you in, then just know you’re not alone! We all have a family member (or members) that can be toxic for us. Whether it’s someone who puts unrealistic expectations and pressures on us, or people who are just down right negative. 2020 has been a rough year for us all and…

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Chill Gifts: For the Friend on the Go

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 help of…

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Five Staycation Ideas for Those Not Traveling Right Now

It’s a tricky time as we all know, navigating the holidays during a global pandemic. We want to be safe and responsible, but also have a sense of normalcy. Maybe you’ve decided to do things differently this holiday season and not travel outside your state. Whatever it is you decide, we’re not here to judge!…

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Self and the City: So Where Were You?

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 this weekend…

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How Much Should We Really Be Saving Right Now?

Amidst a pandemic, working from a 4×4 room, having limited moments of adventure, a political divide unparalleled to anything we have experienced before and many other moments of stress from the past few months, a pressing question remains on the minds of most: How Much Should We Really Be Saving Right Now?  Most of us…

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Chill Gifts: For the One Obsessed with Their Mane

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 help of…

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Books About Money Every 20 Something Should Be Reading

Your twenties are a time to have zero idea how to handle your finances and then later on figuring  it out (kinda.) I never had the luxury of parents who sent me off to college with money, or even taught me how credit works. I learned a lot from running out of money, having bad…

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Wellness One-oh-Ones: Clean Slate

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: A Creative Release

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 creative…

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Window Dining: Five Female Food Writers to Follow

Food has been one of the saving graces of our time in quarantine. Maybe staying at home has inspired you to put on an apron and try new recipes (cue April’s sourdough craze), support local businesses by ordering takeout, or begin to dine outdoors at your favorite spots with the implementation of safety measures.  If…

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So You Have Eco-Anxiety – Here’s What to Do

You may have heard the term “eco-anxiety” floating around the social media these days and relate to those two words now more than ever! We understand and, frankly, we feel it too. As we inch ourselves closer to the end of the year, we have been reflecting on what this year brought and we’re not…

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