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Saturday, 25 October 2014 00:00

5 Apps For Better Mental Health

Written by Emily S.
Counting calories? There’s an app for that. Checking your bank? There’s an app for that too! From e-mail to GPS, to brain games and 24/7 news, our iPhones and Androids are often loaded with applications that fit all of our needs, making them awesome pocket-sized life management tools. So while we emphasize our phone’s ability to do almost everything for us, we must not neglect its ability to enhance our emotional and mental health! Although smart phone apps are not stand-alone treatments for depression, anxiety and mood disorders, they can…
Thursday, 23 October 2014 00:00

Safeguarding Recovery

Written by Emily S.
Last year, seemingly every media outlet followed actress Amanda Bynes as she exhibited strange behavior both in public and on social media, which prompted her to enter and discharge from an inpatient treatment center and was seemingly making great strides toward continued recovery. However, at the end of September this year she was arrested on a DUI charge with the peculiar behavior continuing into October, before she reportedly entered treatment again. Although it is shocking to watch a childhood celebrity with outstanding talent publicly struggle with mental illness and substance…
Thursday, 23 October 2014 00:00

Dress For (Emotional) Success

Written by Emily S.
On Monday October 20, fashion legend, Oscar de la Renta passed away at the age of 82. From elaborate wedding gowns, red carpet staples and couture creations, de la Renta dressed both First Ladies and movie stars for nearly 50 years, himself becoming a Hollywood icon. Oscar de la Renta once said, “My job as a designer is to make a woman feel her very best,” and he did just that. The way we dress is often a visual expression of who we are. Oscar de la Renta mastered the…
Wednesday, 22 October 2014 00:00

One Less Ballerina

Written by Bonnie H.
How does a woman who has had a stellar career as the principal dancer with the New York City Ballet overcome the sadness of retirement? Ballerina Wendy Whelan danced her farewell performance on October 18, 2014 after thirty years. She started dancing at the age of three and has a repertoire of over fifty ballets in her career. At the age of 47, Wendy is still known for her angular body and her defined muscularity. She revealed, however, that every time a particularly important milestone occurs in her life, she…
Tuesday, 21 October 2014 00:00

Is Our Backpack Too Heavy?

Written by Emily S.
The New York Times recently examined the weight of school children’s backpacks and whether or not it impedes growth and development of the spine and leads to persisting pain in later life. Various studies concluded that anything over 10 to15 percent of the child’s weight is considered too heavy, especially if carried incorrectly, and children can feel significant pain over both the short-term and long-term. Although we leave behind the backpacks once we graduate, most adults are very familiar with carrying around excessive weight, and how limiting and debilitating doing…
Sunday, 19 October 2014 00:00

Fall Fragrances That Boost Our Mood

Written by Emily S.
“Life starts all over again when it gets crisp in the fall.”- F. Scott Fitzgerald The warm and earthy fragrance floating through the crisp air is a comforting symbol of fall’s beauty. Autumn is a favorite season for many and the good feelings it brings may be due to the soothing aromas that fill the air. Nutmeg: Nutmeg is a sweetly warm and invitingly rich scent that is used throughout fall and winter baking and is a frequent find throughout aromatherapy due to its health benefits. It is known to…
Saturday, 18 October 2014 00:00

Three Quick Ways To Improve Your Quality of Sleep

Written by Emily S.
We all know sleep is a vital part of living well, but few prioritize it. Whether it is because we are up all night playing games and downloading apps on our new iPhone 6, or because we are simply overscheduled, sleep is often the last on our to-do list. However, adequate sleep helps to better alleviate the effects of mood disorders like depression and anxiety, and a good night’s rest allows us better manage symptoms of borderline personality disorder and bipolar disorder. Due to this significant connection, many women with…
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