90 day dinner

‘It’s time to check in on myself’: Here’s everything you need to know about the ’90-Day Dinner’ mental health tip going viral on TikTok

“The idea of emotional permanence is something that is really productive to shed.”

On Mar 13, 2024 by Allie Hayes

A compilation of gen z favorite items.

Gen Z’s favorite products are your new wellness, tech, and beauty secrets

Everything you need to be one of the cool kids again

On Sep 30, 2021 by Beck Diaz

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A self-care guide to surviving the election

On Nov 2, 2020 by John-Michael Bond

'cancelling plans is ok' tweet over 'gone girl' trailer

This meme is here to tell you that canceling plans is OK

Do what you need to do.

On Jan 6, 2020 by Esther Bell

youknowme

The unfortunate side effects of well-intentioned hashtags like #YouKnowMe

It’s OK if you don’t want to explain your choices or relive your trauma on social media.

On May 16, 2019 by Nayomi Reghay

Transgender Day of Remembrance

7 ways to embrace self-love on a very somber Trans Day of Remembrance

On one of the most difficult days of the year, don’t forget to look out for yourself.

On Nov 20, 2018 by Ana Valens, Alex Dalbey

Transgender individuals need to take care of themselves now more than ever before.

Trans people, don’t forget to take care of yourselves right now

It’s OK to unplug from the news cycle and practice self-care.

On Oct 22, 2018 by Ana Valens

Lady Gaga, satisfying videos, and 'the Good Place'

5 things to watch instead of the possibly retraumatizing Kavanaugh hearing

Take a break. Apply self-care.

On Sep 27, 2018 by Samantha Grasso

time's up now

More than 300 women in Hollywood launch ambitious campaign to address sexual harassment

It’s called Time’s Up, and it’s just getting started.

On Jan 1, 2018 by Austin Powell

Sophie Tanner, a writer and 'sologamist,' talks about why she married herself for self-love

This woman married herself—and to be honest, it sounds pretty nice

No, she didn’t ‘swear off men.’ She did something much more meaningful.

On Oct 25, 2017 by Samantha Grasso

Woman holding pillow

10 essential self-care tips in the wake of #MeToo

Because self-care looks different for everyone.

On Oct 24, 2017 by Lauren L’Amie

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5 relaxing ways to take a break from social media

It’s a good time to give your phone a break.

On Nov 9, 2016 by Colette Bennett

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How to de-stress in this post-election haze

It was a rough night.

On Nov 9, 2016 by Jaya Saxena

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