The coronavirus is complicating daily routines and putting future plans in jeopardy. If you're feeling stressed, lonely, anxious, or laying wide awake until 3 AM...You're not alone. Here are ways to protect your mental health as you find your new normal. Because taking care of yourself is one thing you can start tackling today.
It's hard to unpack the stigma surrounding mental health. That's where we come in.
We took a look at common mental health problems and disorders and what they do.
Since the outbreak, there are fewer in-person treatment options available. Enter: virtual therapy.
Finding a couple spare minutes for 'you time' can be hard. But remember: You gotta do you first.
You might think of it as putting your head in the clouds, but it’s known to heighten attention and focus.
...Or for those roommates, parents, and spouses who are kids at heart. Because you deserve some quiet time.
You have around 50,000 thoughts running around in your head everyday. Mindfulness can help you put them to rest.
It only takes ten minutes, and you can do it from your bed. Take a deep breath with MNDFL Meditation.
What time management isn't: scheduling every minute of your day and not leaving any time for yourself.
Whether you have heightened anxiety or are experiencing it for the first time, therapist Minaa B. can help you cope.
Weird dreams and a pit of uncertainty got you staring at the ceiling? We're here to help you get some shuteye.
There’s no one-size-fits-all solution to building or (you guessed it) breaking habits. But don’t stress. Turns out, there are a ton of ways to teach an old dog new tricks.
Here's how to make your workspace — whether that's a counter, a coffee table, or an actual desk — "spark joy."
Fact: a clean, fresh, and de-cluttered home makes your brain happier. Swing open your windows (or at least your supply closet) and get after it.
Because woman can't live on (sourdough) bread alone. Here's exactly what to buy to responsibly stock your kitchen while quarantined.