Five Mental Health Reasons to Get a Plant

Plants can be great for your mental health. I’ve never really been much of a plant person. Keeping my kids alive has been a highlight of my life, but I know myself, and adding the responsibility of a bunch of plants on top of that might not end well. That being said, this pandemic hasContinue reading “Five Mental Health Reasons to Get a Plant”

Five Ways to Keep Your Skin Moisturized

Moisture is not something you should take for granted. If you suffer from dry skin, you should moisturize. If you are over 20, you should moisturize. If you live in a higher altitude client, you should moisturize. If it’s winter, you should moisturize. I don’t know if you are sensing a common thread here, butContinue reading “Five Ways to Keep Your Skin Moisturized”

How to Snap Out of a Mild Funk

All depressions are not created equal. If you’re like me, the past few years have been a roller coaster of emotions. The world is going through a huge upheaval in terms of politics, the pandemic, and new technology like social media, finding new ways to play on our insecurities every day. Prioritizing your mental healthContinue reading “How to Snap Out of a Mild Funk”

Five Ways to Deal with Political Stress

With the recent insurrection of the capitol building, tensions are high. This week was both incredibly shocking, and unsurprising. On Wednesday a group of right-wing extremists stormed the capitol building while Congress was in session, and rioted for several hours. We are in the middle of a pandemic, with tensions already high, so the lastContinue reading “Five Ways to Deal with Political Stress”

Watch Me Get the Pfizer Covid-19 Vaccine

Recently, I was vaccinated for Covid-19 at Stamford Hospital. The Covid-19 pandemic has been raging through the globe for a little over a year now. Every country in the world has been affected, and each day the numbers rise, and we set new records for infections and deaths. The United States is at the topContinue reading “Watch Me Get the Pfizer Covid-19 Vaccine”

How to Avoid a Champagne Hangover

Champagne hangovers are the worst hangovers. Of all the hangover inducing alcohols, red wine and champagne are the worst. Champagne is specifically horrible because the carbon dioxide in the bubbles compete with oxygen in your blood, which gets you drunk faster. Because champagne is so tasty and fun to drink, we tend to drink moreContinue reading “How to Avoid a Champagne Hangover”

Five Healthy New Years Resolutions

After such a difficult year, resolutions are more important than ever. 2020 has not been a normal year. We have dealt with every kind of problem, from Nazis, to world-wide protests and a pandemic that shut down economies all over the globe. Every year on this date, we tend to give some thought to whatContinue reading “Five Healthy New Years Resolutions”

Five Myths About the Pfizer Covid-19 Vaccine

There is a lot of vaccine misinformation on The Internet. We are living in very uncertain times right now. While it is a great thing to have developed a vaccine to Covid-19, mistrust in the media is at an all-time high. From the beginning of the Covid-19 pandemic, misinformation has spread like wildfire. We haven’tContinue reading “Five Myths About the Pfizer Covid-19 Vaccine”

How to Boost Your Metabolism This Winter

There has never been a better time to boost your metabolism. Winter is here. A pandemic is in full swing. Those two things create the perfect storm for a sedentary lifestyle. The weather keeps us from going outside, and the pandemic gives us the perfect excuse to let ourselves go. Before we know it, springContinue reading “How to Boost Your Metabolism This Winter”

Three Reasons to Try Tele-Therapy

Finding a tele-therapist is easier than ever. With the raging Covid-19 pandemic, mental health issues are on the rise. They say you never realize what you have until it’s gone, and many of us are now realizing how much a lack of social contact can impact our lives. Depression, anxiety, and suicide are all onContinue reading “Three Reasons to Try Tele-Therapy”