<p><a href="http://emilycassel.me/" target="_blank"></a><a href="http://emilycassel.me/" target="_blank">Emily Cassel</a> is a Minneapolis-based writer and the managing editor of City Pages, the alt-weekly of the Twin Cities.</p>
If you're overwhelmed by all the cleaning, personal upkeep, and work tasks that are inescapable for the next indefinite stretch of the future... you need a plan in the immediate.
Even if you've never struggled with disordered eating before, having to stay home can be a real challenge in managing your mental health as it relates to your body image.
No one is saying you can’t kill a six-pack while you’re stuck at home because of COVID-19, but you might want to pay attention to self-moderation, too.
"They literally just popped some Airborne—that Vitamin C chewable thing—and said they'd be fine. I'm so legitimately worried for them both."
"I’ll never forget my mom yelling 'YOU’RE DOING BARBITURATES?!?' at 8 o’clock in the morning on the lord’s day."
This way of eating may be newly resonant, but it’s not new.
The body-positive pop star's new nutrition plan is too time-consuming and too little food for the average non-celebrity star to follow.
When you barely know someone, it's hard to tell what’s a mental health crisis and what’s just run-of-the-mill venting.
Experts tell us why using agave, coconut sugar, raw honey, maple syrup, or any other sweetener with a health halo is not going to make you any healthier.