On this Saturday (or whenever you’re reading), let your brain relax into a post contributor Amanda White wrote in 2017 about the lesser-known, very intriguing parts of each zodiac sign. We hope you have a great weekend. Take care of yourselves friends.
For those of us who are grieving a loss right now, this time of year can feel as heavy as ever. Today we’re sharing this post contributor Julie Rybarczyk wrote in 2017, on the topic of grief during the holidays. If you’re experiencing your first (or second, or tenth) holiday season without someone close to you, we hope Julie’s words resonate.
Ah, the holidays. The time of year for parties and festivities and eggnog galore is quickly approaching. It’s the best time of the year; it’s the hardest time of the year; it’s an okay time of the year. Today we’re resharing an article penned last December by W&D’s Editorial Director, Jackie Saffert, on the many emotions and pressures this festive season tends to stir up, and how we can seek out the things that bring us joy in this next month and a half.
With everything we’ve got on our plates, it can be easy to push time to recharge to the very bottom of our respective to-do lists. We totally get it. Yet allowing a little time to refresh our energy stores is one of the best things we can do for ourselves. As we venture into the start of another new (and inevitably busy) week, we’re sharing this post contributor Megan McCarty penned in 2017, as a reminder that taking time for ourselves is not selfish, but wholly necessary.
Have you ever found yourself questioning certain norms in life? Ever since I enrolled in a gender equality course this past January, I’ve spent the last few months questioning everything. For instance, while I have been happily married for nearly five years, it wasn’t until recently that I stopped to reflect on certain decisions I […]
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