by Kelsey Emmanuel After you are finished working out, do you notice that your skin gives off a certain natural glow? Your eyes aren’t playing tricks on you; when you workout, your blood circulation increases and delivers oxygen and nutrients...
by Shahad Alzaidan Wellness, or the state of being in good health, particularly when actively sought after, has become a popular endeavor. While achieving “wellness” is a noble pursuit, it has been undermined by damaging subliminal messaging with a heavy...
Decluttering is all too familiar to me lately, having just moved from a one bedroom apartment to an entire house. While moving is a beast, it’s the perfect opportunity to assess, refine, and reinvest in the items that matter...
Living with ADHD is something that’s informed every aspect of how I approach my life, both at work and at home. To manage my schedule, I focus on three steps—prioritization, time blocking, and managing distraction. On Friday, I broke...
I needed a phone cleanse, likely over a year ago. Recently, I was sitting at my desk and I picked up my phone consecutively three times in a row to open Twitter, all while staring blindly at two computer...
As previously seen on Wit & Delight Well, let’s start from the beginning. It was spring of 2015 when I woke up with acute pain on my right side, concentrated in my upper back and head. It didn’t happen overnight, I...
I was knee-deep in a bin of organized socks when I realized I was doing it again. Rage cleaning. When I can’t control my worries with meditation or a good SSRI (praise be), I will indulge in a night...
“BURN! BURN! BURN! FEEL THE FIRE INSIDE OF YOU! DO YOU FEEL IT?” {voice softens} “You’ll see, when you feel that fire burning in your stomach – it will break down barriers. Anything you couldn’t deal with before. You can. You can now.” It was a Tuesday. And...
We’ve partnered with Nike Air Max on two past launches and I, like so many of you, have been sincerely moved by all their powerful messages supporting ALL women in varying stages of life to be themselves, both inside...
In second grade, I got really into journaling. I’m not sure if it came from my obsession with Harriet the Spy or just a desire to add meaning to my comfy suburban upbringing, but I made a promise to...
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