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As previously seen on Wit & Delight Editor’s Note: As we prepare for the week ahead, let’s assess the excess that’s in our lives and make a plan to rid ourselves of it. Whether we’re holding on to...
As an artist and a writer, I know firsthand the benefits of having a consistent creative practice. From my experience (and backed by research) I particularly enjoy the physical and emotional boosts I notice in the form of improved...
As previously seen on Wit & Delight Editor’s Note: As the days continue to heat up, we’re unearthing this 2017 post from writer Kathryn M., packed with three delicious recipes for smoothies that will keep you satisfied all summer long....
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