It started as a whisper: a little voice in my head telling me to do the thing I already knew I needed to do. The whisper ebbed and flowed in its frequency—with each bout of heightened OCD, anxiety or...
Pink Rose, by Kate ArendsAll proceeds from 8″ x 10″ purchases of this print will be donated to Bring Change to Mind, now through the end of 2019. Editor’s Note: Here at Wit & Delight, we don’t shy away from...
The team at Blog Chicks have had great experiences and results from Brisbane based Head Above Osteopathy. We thought our readers would like to know this and if you are looking for an osteopath in the region...
How do you achieve work-life balance? It’s one of the core questions that arise in every interview, a thing that keeps many of us awake at night, and (for those who are regular followers of W&D) a tightwire balancing...
By Kelsey Emmanuel  While getting a toned booty and increased muscle strength can be great, often the nonphysical benefits of exercise can be overlooked and underestimated. A regular workout routine can increase your creativity, boost your mood, improve goal setting...
Photo by Colleen Eversman on Instagram @2ndtruth As previously seen on Wit & Delight Editor’s Note: At the top of a repost, I usually add a note about why exactly we’re sharing a piece again. But this piece hardly needs an...
Photo via @barbara_mary_powell Today on The Wit & Delight Podcast, I’m sitting down with Barbara Powell. Barbara is a professional certified health coach who is from the company Speakeasy, which presents a brand new way of looking at how we...
I ‘m looking at Grey Lines with Black, Blue and Yellow, a 1923 painting by Georgia O’Keeffe. This painting—the lines delineated to make the throbbing lavender folds look three-dimensional—is one that always makes me cross my legs. Perhaps O’Keeffe...
“How many siblings do you have?” It’s a normal get-to-know-you question on first dates or during casual watercooler talk when you’re new at the office. (Is watercooler talk still a relevant cultural reference? Please LMK.) Maybe being an only child...
When I trace the history of grief in my life, it begins to feel as if there was never a year when we existed as separate entities. As if, from the start, grief was an invisible friend of my...
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