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    HIDDEN WORKOUTS…THEY DO EXIST!

    To everyone that hears the word “workout” and is immediately hit with that pang of anxiety, dislike, or straight-up hatred, THIS IS FOR YOU!...

    5 Tips for Parenting Mentally Healthy Teens

    On World Teen Mental Wellness Day, we’re reflecting on the challenges that parents and teens have had to deal with over the past two...

    November 2021 Tarotscopes

    OVERARCHING THEME FOR NOVEMBER VII * The Chariot The Chariot represents multidimensional change and movement. The charioteer sits in meditation and holds the Wheel of Fortune...

    How to “Manifest” – One Powerful Practice

    In my work as an Empowerment Coach and Clinical Hypnotherapist, I often encounter clients who say something to the effect of, “I don’t understand....

    5 Warning Signs that You Might be in an Emotionally Abusive Situation

    Not every abusive relationship will look the same. Each unique dynamic will manifest its own challenges. Regardless of the specifics, it will take advocating for yourself in order to break some of these cycles.

    Simply Insignificant

    Lately, I have been feeling a bit small. There are so many BIG concerns in the world right now that my life feels ... well ... unimportant.

    Living the Pandemic Lush Life

    ...we can’t figure out why the conflict until we know what exactly you are getting out of drinking and what you’re not loving about it so much.

    September Tarotscopes for Virgo Season

    Tarot reader Monica Olive's Tarotscopes for Virgo Season. In Tarot, Virgo rules The Hermit – the 9th card of the Major Arcana.

    Wondering Where To Go

    I've lived in NYC for over 10 years, and I love it. However, even before the pandemic hit (and especially since it did) I've been thinking about relocating. My only problem is I'm not tied to anywhere.

    Must Read

    Books: I Think My Eyes Are Bleeding? A New Moon Reread

    You didn’t ask, but I still answered. Once I started with the madness that is Twilight, I had to continue feeling pain, and that...

    THIS USED TO BE MY PLAYGROUND

    A viable offer has been made on my childhood home. I’m not falling out of my chair with shock, considering it’s been on the...

    Books: Exploring Uneven Relationships in Daisy Lafarge’s Paul

    Following her poetry collection, Life Without Air, comes Daisy LaFarge’s debut novel Paul, a literary novel following protagonist Frances Hawthorne. Frances is a medieval...