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Alisha Ramos is the founder of the weekly newsletter, Girls' Night In. Girls’ Night In was built on the belief that as our lives get busier, it is important to take a break and cultivate friendships, a crucial part of what wellness means for people.

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Make the Most of This Strange Holiday Season

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Do You Spend Most of the Day Sitting?

I go from my desk, to my sofa, to my bed. Repeat.” This is my patient’s description of her daily routine. With fewer reasons to...

Here Is One Thing You Can Do Right Now to Reduce Stress and Boost...

What is something you already do more than 20,000 times a day that could help you feel calmer and more vital if you did...

Alisha Ramos

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Alisha Ramos is the founder of the weekly newsletter, Girls' Night In. Girls’ Night In was built on the belief that as our lives get busier, it is important to take a break and cultivate friendships, a crucial part of what wellness means for people.

Are You a Voter?

An interesting study found that people who were asked the question: "How important is it to you to be a voter in the upcoming election?" were more likely...

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We sometimes hide our successes to protect our friends and colleagues, but it actually hurts our relationships.

New research: concealing achievements is an insult. When we share our successes, people are more likely to trust us and celebrate with us— and less likely to envy us.

So, childhood and old age – those vulnerable, unproductive periods of our lives – turn out, biologically, to be the key to many of our most valuable, deeply human capacities ⁦@AlisonGopnik⁩ https://aeon.co/essays/why-childhood-and-old-age-are-key-to-our-human-capacities

Need a break? Please listen to Map to the Unknown by Isabella Huffington. It’s a life raft for these uncertain times. Relatable, funny, and courageous, this book is a beautiful reminder it is possible to find wellness within illness. https://www.audible.com/pd/Map-to-the-Unknown-Audiobook/B08MQVRVKV

In other news: “Animal manure was glorified by writers around 1900 because it expressed a longing for the countryside but was also a way to express a dismay for the 'odorless' and 'civilized' bourgeoisie.” https://www.livescience.com/scents-old-europe-history.html

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