10 Unhealthy Thoughts You Convince Yourself Are True as a Freelancer
If you work alone, you might be particularly susceptible to distorted thoughts that hurt your mental health.
The Ups and Downs of Hormonal Birth Control
The pill has been prescribed for decades, but at what cost?
Journaling Trends to Soothe the Mind and Feed the Soul
The time is now to develop a daily journaling practice and reconnect with your inner power.
Better Your Werk
Unpacking Decolonization at Work
This piece was initially published on December 30, 2019. In light of the Black Lives Matter movement’s recent events, we have republished it in order to put relevant content and BIPOC voices at th...
Harnessing a powerful tool to help us manifest our deepest desires.
Shopping in a State of Fear
How advertising is weaponized to take advantage of our greatest insecurities.
Being Sad Doesn’t Mean You’re Ungrateful
Yes, you can be grateful for your blessings and feel sad, angry or anxious sometimes, too.
Finding Calm in the Eye of the Storm
On learning the values that will withstand any disaster more than ever before.
My Ex-Vice: Shopping
A habit that helped curate a life I wanted, but had no idea how to attain.
People & Places
What It’s Like Being Iranian in the West
On feeling America-branded in the motherland.
The Good Spirit: The Introspective Power of Tarot Cards
A conversation with tarot reader Savannah Olsen Between horoscope apps, crystals charging on bedside tables, meditation workshops, and anything deemed worthy by Gwyneth Paltrow, it’s safe to say t...
People & Places
In the Studio with Artist Marie Khouri
On Art, Multiculturalism, and Motherhood “Sometimes I get shivers thinking, ‘What if I hadn’t found my art?’” says sculptor Marie Khouri, sitting among dozens of pieces of her artwork in her home ...