There seems to be a big question mark over our heads when it comes to sex during pregnancy. When ironically enough, the same way the baby got in is
Tag : Self Care
I am practicing balance and boundaries to maintain the sacredness of my being. This is an affirmation that came to visit me earlier in the week while
Deep down, you know there’s something inside your spirit that wants to come out! An idea for a book or art project. A business you want to start,
We recently talked about dopamine dressing — dressing in bright, bold colors — to lift your mood, and this week we’re chatting up
We’re in the midst of a loneliness epidemic in the U.S. According to a 2021 Harvard study, 36 percent of all Americans — including 61 percent of
Welcome to the unSeminary podcast. We’re chatting with Greg Surratt, the founding pastor of Seacoast Church in the Carolinas and also a founding
When I go for a walk or have tea with a friend I have not seen in a while, I always ask the same question: What’s making you come alive right now?
As a recovering perfectionist and people-pleaser, I’ve acknowledged that my habits are significantly influenced by believing that anything less
When you think of self-care, bubble baths, massages, your favorite foods, and binge-watching Netflix all day might come to mind. While those things
I was working on a big fundraising project, and it was not going well. It was an important project for an important new client. It really needed to
Carrie Barber is known for her work as a creative leader at Sephora, Glossier, and Violet Grey—as well as for her on-point Instagram aesthetic.
Content courtesy of Children’s National Hospital. It’s no secret that self-care is an important part of maintaining overall health. But finding
If you have a big idea the world needs to read about, you can write a book — but the publishing world is hard to break into and tricky to navigate.
Everyone is tired right now. Like, really tired. Anxiety and stress levels are skyrocketing due to disruptions wrought by the pandemic, and the World
For as long as I can remember, I’ve been taught to constantly question how my actions might make others feel and to anticipate their needs and