Taking care of yourself in a world that hopes you won’t is radical. Right?
But it doesn’t always look the way we think it will… It
For many of us, the last earnest attempt at journaling we made was somewhere very painful in our adolescence. And it probably had something to do with a crush on a classmate or a lamentation about the relentlessness of human suffering…
And because of that association, many adults find the concept of journaling childish.
But the benefits of journaling extend far beyond getting some worries off of your chest.
In fact, the market for adult journaling has practically exploded in the last few years — ever heard of bullet journaling?
Socially, having a dirty mouth might make you the life-of-the-party.
In actuality, having a dirty mouth might lead to an avalanche of other health problems, crashing down on you out of nowhere.
And we’re not talking about cavities.
We know that our bodies are full of bacteria. In fact, in a fully grown adult, the trillions of microorganisms in the body can weigh between 2 and 6 pounds. And although we wash our hands with antibacterial soap or get prescribed antibiotics, much of the bacteria in the body is actually helpful and necessary.
Connection and its mysterious ways have long plagued humanity – anthropologists, advertisers, parents, linguists, psychologists, mail carriers, romantic partners… Everyone is just as curious and confused
What does your quarantine routine look like? Is it the utopian model of health, balance, rest, productivity, creativity, and reconnection that you just knew you’d
“You say the whole world’s ending… honey, it already did.” Ten, twenty, thirty years ago, today’s headlines were the predictions of fringe extremists. And yet,