Written by Yuki Hayashi 3 min read Mother’s Day is huge. According to card kingpins Hallmark, it’s the 3rd most observed holiday by card sales, and the second biggest for gifts. While chocolates and flowers are great, showing mom, or a special someone, some love and gratitude shouldn’t be a once-a-year ritual. Especially as we … Continue reading Thanks for Everything, Mom!
Written by Leila Dale/Brannavy Jeyasundaram 3 min read I have thick curly hair and while it can be glamorous, it takes some serious muscle to detangle it. The other day, when I was running a comb through my locks I had to take a 5-minute pause because of the burn in my upper-arm. It was … Continue reading Building Muscles with Resistance Training
Written by Brannavy Jeyasundaram 3 min read If there was ever a lesson to be gathered from COVID-19 it would be that we are nothing without each other. Our health, safety, and happiness depend on thriving communities. We have seen brilliant examples of community care in the form of food drives and mutual aid fundraisers … Continue reading Community Care During a Global Health Crisis
Written by Yuki Hayashi/Brannavy Jeyasundaram 2 min read So, we’ve been spending more time at home than usual. The COVID-19 pandemic has made indoors a much safer option than social gathering outdoors. If you’re anything like me your daily routine looks a lot like bed-to-desk-to stroll outside-to desk-to TV-to bed. Or some variation of the … Continue reading 6 Ways to Declutter Your Space (And Improve Your Mental Well-being)
Written by Cara Rosenbloom 2 min read Flashback to COVID-free times three years ago, I was at an antique shop and found the most charming little plates. I bought a half-dozen, thinking they would be perfect for appetizers. That’s when the shop owner told me they are actually full dinner plates from the turn of … Continue reading 15 Essential Tips for Portion Control