Health & Wellness

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Season of Love
Health & Wellness
Raisa Tolchinsky

Seven Kinds of Love, According to the Greeks

Even memory is not necessary for love. There is a land of the living and a land of the dead and the bridge is love, the only survival, the only meaning.” –Thornton Wilder, “Bridge of San Luis Rey,” 1927 As we begin to celebrate the Season of Love, for ourselves and for others, you might

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self-love
Health & Wellness
Molly Suggs

Coaching Yourself Toward Self-Love and Acceptance

We hear over and over again from self-help gurus and spiritual teachers that self-love is the most important practice we can build; how important it is to gain our independence, love ourselves fully, or else no one is going to love you back.  If you don’t love yourself, then how can others love you? In

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moon milk
Health & Wellness
Val Elkhorn

The Ultimate Guide to Moon Milk Medicine

Moon milks have captured the attention of food bloggers across the world. They’re gorgeous, they’re tasty, and the name is downright dreamy. The idea behind this popular “moon milk” craze is perhaps based on the old wive’s tale that claims warm milk helps you sleep. These frothy concoctions are meant to serve essentially the same

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Recent Knowledge

Season of Love
Raisa Tolchinsky

Seven Kinds of Love, According to the Greeks

Even memory is not necessary for love. There is a land of the living and a land of the dead and the bridge is love, the only survival, the only meaning.” –Thornton Wilder, “Bridge of San Luis Rey,” 1927 As we begin to celebrate the Season of Love, for ourselves and for others, you might

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self-love
Molly Suggs

Coaching Yourself Toward Self-Love and Acceptance

We hear over and over again from self-help gurus and spiritual teachers that self-love is the most important practice we can build; how important it is to gain our independence, love ourselves fully, or else no one is going to love you back.  If you don’t love yourself, then how can others love you? In

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moon milk
Val Elkhorn

The Ultimate Guide to Moon Milk Medicine

Moon milks have captured the attention of food bloggers across the world. They’re gorgeous, they’re tasty, and the name is downright dreamy. The idea behind this popular “moon milk” craze is perhaps based on the old wive’s tale that claims warm milk helps you sleep. These frothy concoctions are meant to serve essentially the same

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Madison Murray

Healing the Healer

This is an alert(!) for the healers out there: the herbalists, witches, reiki practitioners, energy workers, therapists, doctors, social workers, activists, massage therapists, hair stylists, mothers, fathers, teachers, empaths, volunteers, and friends. Whether we can acknowledge it or not, we have willingly chosen the role of ‘healer’ either within our social circles or as professional

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Don't Buy Your Wellness
Maraliz Campos

WTF is Wellness: Don’t Buy Your Wellness, Become It

“Full Moon Ritual Set on Sale $28” “Includes powerful crystals to heal unwanted traumas, Smudge stick to clear your space, Chakra healing tea to balance your inner energy, And intention setting journal to approach the new year with potent initiative.” OKAY…STOP. JUST STOP RIGHT HERE. What about this ad is harmful to your mental health?

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The Alchemist's Kitchen

Meet the Maker: Ana Rosenstein of Kaleidoscope

This month, The Alchemist’s Kitchen was lucky enough to chat with Ana Rosenstein, founder of the incredible company Kaleidoscope (and recent graduate of Harvard Business School). As both an avid skier and former ballerina, Ana developed Kaleidoscope because CBD was one of the few things that helped alleviate pain deriving from her active lifestyle. Learn

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