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Because is proper sleep is self-care.
In 2020, I focused on having a morning routine so I can have a productive day ahead. But lately, I noticed that waking up early and recharged is becoming difficult again. I reevaluated my day from the moment I wake up until
Reading shouldn't feel forced, and I hope you find the same joy in it as much as I do.
BRB, Taking A Break is a new Cosmo series that's all about hitting the pause button on whatever's stressing you out and taking the time to rest and reflect-two things we all need to do more of
As the reader, you're the one who gives your cards power.
Like many other people, my mental health suffered in 2020. I'm an introvert, and I normally thrive on alone time, just preoccupying myself with my hobbies like reading or watching K-dramas. But because of the quarantine, I realized that
Girl, you need a break
Sure, you always have tons of things to do, and working from home has seemingly amplified that with longer shifts and diminishing boundaries. So unless it's part of your contract, put your foot down and keep your weekends sacred. The
Experiencing burnout even when you're not busy can be frustrating.
Experiencing burnout even when you're not busy can be frustrating, but don't beat yourself up too much; there's an actual psychological reason why you're feeling tired and burnt out right now, according to the
Your employer needs to help out, too.
It's not too much of a conjecture to say that everyone has been under pressure in one form or another in 2020. Many events have turned the world upside down, with COVID-19 being at the forefront of it all.
According to a new study.
Contrary to popular belief, spending your time on your phone isn't connected to poor mental health. A new study, published in Technology, Mind, and Behavior, led by Lancaster University's Heather Shaw and Kristoffer Geye says that smartphone usage
Ah, self-care.
Don't beat yourself up the next time you end up in a YouTube hole of cute animal videos. Because that counts are taking care of your health, apparently. We're serious, too. A bunch of researchers have found that
Try to be a little kinder to yourself.
2020 was supposed to be our year-"New decade, new me," amirite? Yet who could have predicted a global pandemic, and how it would impact today's society. With all the anxiety piling up from work, managing or contributing to a
The time you spend scrolling through Twitter? Not as relaxing as you think.
In my line of work, I am online longer than most people. Seeing what people are talking about, trying to understand what they're interested in-a lot of it revolves around scrolling through different social media platforms. As a result, when
'I was in so much pain and so much stress.'
Rhian Ramos' latest vlog was all about life updates, and she also answered assumptions about her. She talked about working again and how she found a new condo. She also reacted to comments about her weight loss.READ THESE: STORIES ON
You got this, bb.
Lemme guess: You just had a huge fight with your friend group. Or maybe you broke things off with your BF. Or you're just feeling generally not great. All of the above? Regardless, you've decided you wanna ~focus
Filed under: Important things.
I don't know about you guys, but ever since experiencing *real work stress* in college, I've always had some type of balm or oil that I can sniff and rub when I needed to relax. We jokingly call them ~tita
Pinays share tips on how they deal when it all becomes too much.
No matter how organized you are or how put together your life is, stress (and the things that cause it) still finds a way to creep in. Everybody experiences some level of stress; while this is normal, it's also completely possible
One minute, you’re fine. And the next, you’re sobbing on the floor.
A few hours after the extension of the enhanced community quarantine (ECQ) was announced, I was washing the dishes and I suddenly felt the urge to cry. I anticipated an extension and I actually think it's necessary, but even ironclad logic
Calm the effing zit down.
We hate to break it to you, but stress does cause pimples. When we constantly worry about things (career, personal life, or in this case, a pandemic), our bodies produce the hormone cortisol which increases sebum production. Excess oil leads to-you
I, too, hate everything.
At this moment, as I write this, I have a giant, throbbing, cystic zit on my chin, steadily beating to the rhythm of "The Final Countdown" as if to remind me-as if I dare forget-that things are not freaking okay
And how to fix it.
For those of us lucky enough to be able to work from home during the coronavirus outbreak, you've probably already binge-watched a lot of K-dramas and eaten all your emergency snacks.A common theme from this quarantine period
You can do more than just turning off your phone!
For most of us, checking the news for updates about the pandemic has practically become routine. It feels like our responsibility to keep up with everything that's happening-and while it is, there's also no denying that all
The next time you find yourself on the verge of crying, let it all out.
You know what people say-Kailangan ng lakas ng loob at tapang para makaraos sa life. It's something we hear over and over again. We're told you can't survive adulting unless you're strong and