The news right now is bleak, and any personal stressors—like a breakup, job loss, or a pet getting sick—can make it even harder to have hope for the future.
It’s called "Revenge Bedtime Procrastination" and it helps me regain control of my life.
It’s comforting to know that no matter where we are in the world, we’re all stuck at home, dreaming of being somewhere else.
A handy guide for those finding it tough to cope with the horrible things happening in the world but also feeling guilty about looking away.
If images of Black suffering have left you feeling sad and angry and overwhelmed, here are some things you might do to get a tiny bit of relief.
When you feel like you're about to fall into a pit of unknown horrors, keep steady—and think smaller.
There’s no time like a crisis to learn to trust yourself, listen to your own needs, and set boundaries with kindness and confidence.
If you feel like you’re not doing enough and also like you’re doing way too much, making a care budget can help you figure out what “enough” looks like right now.
Finally, a toy to teach our youth to go to $25 yoga classes, stand in line at Sweetgreen, and not ask any bigger questions about why everyone is self-soothing so very much.
Being a functional adult means taking care of your mind and body.
Spending the night at a stranger's house shouldn't mean sacrificing sleep quality.