COVID-19 has drastically altered the ways in which people socialize and interact—especially in apartment buildings, where hundreds of people are living in close proximity. But we have discovered ways that you can remain connected with your community during a time in which in-person events are not an option.
Over the last few months, you’ve no doubt found yourself searching for some sort of magic solution that will instantly eliminate all of your stress. While a stress-relieving spell or potion has yet to be discovered, one of the easiest ways to banish anxiety and boost mood during the warm summer months is to head outside into the sunshine.
It sounds like you’ve found an exercise regimen you love and you’re sticking to it, which is admirable. Even so—and no matter how much you love your child’s pose or jumping lunges—there are benefits to mixing in a different exercise format or class every once in a while. Here are three.
Apartments, by nature, are small. It can be difficult to carve out spaces, for work, for play, for relaxation, and it can be even more difficult to carve out personal spaces that aren’t shared with roommates or family members. However, it is crucial to your mental and emotional health to create spaces in your home that will promote calm, comfort and contentment.
When the world around us feels out of control and the light at the end of the tunnel seems impossibly out of reach, it’s easy to get bogged down by destructive and counterproductive thoughts. But it is in these times that practicing mindfulness and staying positive...
When you have extra time on your hands to think and dream, it’s easy to set new goals and aspirations. But just because you have more time to work towards them doesn’t mean they will be easier to achieve, nor does it mean that there won’t be days when you’re feeling...