Photo by Raquel Benedict for Wit & Delight As previously seen on Wit & Delight Editor’s Note: While browsing through previous posts to share on this Saturday morning, I came across this one, originally published by Kate in 2016. In it,...
Hi there friends. How are you doing? Our team is taking things hour by hour and day by day. We’ve been chatting about how (and if) we want to talk about all that’s going on with COVID-19 on Wit...
Photo by Ina Niehoff via Space Magazine Note: This article contains mention of alcoholism and addiction. If you or someone you know is struggling with substance abuse, please call the SAMHSA (Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration) Helpline at 1.800.662.HELP...
Photo by Nicole Feest at NYLONSADDLE Photography There is no better way to understand the way you think and what’s going through your head than to journal. The problem I’ve found is that the act of journaling is so open-ended that...
Photo Courtesy of Jenna Mahr, @jennamahr on Instagram | Model: Hanna Voxland, @hannavoxland on Instagram “Think about how proud your past self would be if they could see you now.”I adore this quote that’s been remaking the rounds of late....
Photo by Colleen Eversman @2ndtruth on Instagram “No.” Practice it again: No, no, no. Boundaries, baby! We all need them and we all could gain from having healthier ones. With the help of Jess Doughty, a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor practicing at...
Photo Courtesy of Jennifer Anderson I’ve been practicing intuitive eating for the past year and it’s completely changed the way I listen to my body. I’ve been looking for ways to help my kids eat from a more intuitive place—to...
Photo by Kelsey at A Balancing Peach As previously seen on Wit & Delight Editor’s Note: We could all use more sleep in our lives. Contributor Erin Huebscher penned this piece two years ago that’s chock-full of advice on how we...
It’s 2020 and high time we stop minimizing mental health issues. So why do so many people joke about having seasonal affective disorder? Sometimes universal emotions like sadness are likened to the symptoms of mental illness, which really doesn’t...
Photo by Colleen Eversman on Instagram @2ndtruth As previously seen on Wit & Delight Editor’s Note: At the top of a repost, I usually add a note about why exactly we’re sharing a piece again. But this piece hardly needs an...
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