While there are many ways to combat exhaustion, one of the most effective methods is to take mental health days.
Shifting commerce from in-person, cash closings to blockchain-enabled online exchanges sounds like it ought to clear up the highways and save the trees… But the
Around 2,700 B.C.E., King Shen Nong of China made a mistake.
They say it’s just a legend, but if it’s true…
King Shen Nong changed the world forever with an oopsie.
He made tea.
And it only took the Chinese another 700 years to figure out that tea had healing properties and could be applied to herbal medicine. (A much shorter time than it took the rest of us.)
It’s becoming common knowledge in scientific circles that our guts, or “second brains,” have a symbiotic relationship with almost every other system in our bodies.
Artists make up less than 2% of the workforce. And because of the framework through which we view “careers”, that percentage makes sense. To be
Sylvia Plath was not a scientist.
But surprisingly, she wasn’t wrong when she said…
“I’m sure there are things that can’t be cured by a good bath, but I can’t think of one.”
Bubble baths have gotten a lot of media attention in the last few years as the self-care movement picked up speed. We’ve talked before about the difference between self-care and self-soothing, and although they are both perfectly valid and necessary…