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6 of the best self-care techniques you’ll never find on Instagram

Self care ain’t always sexy. Here are six self-loving practices you can start this weekend that will actually make your life more manageable.

How to shut down a mansplainer (without even smudging your lipstick)

Any dame worth her salt must know how to wrangle a mansplainer. Here are some proven techniques to stop someone who’s bulldozing the conversation.

How this 41-year-old mom manages her food anxiety after a geriatric pregnancy

After my geriatric pregnancy, I was physically spent. But, I was also emotionally defeated: I felt like I was starting over in someone else’s body.

Why this 41-year-old went off The Pill two decades after deciding she never wanted kids

At 18, I decided that I never wanted to have kids. Now that I’m 41 and have a successful corporate career behind me, I’ve changed my mind.

Empty nester: who will I be without dependent children?

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Empty nesting is a complicated web of emotions, but for this 45-year-old English mum, it’s also an opportunity to revisit creative ambitions and carve out a new path forward.

What it’s like for a former female bodybuilder to lift weights after menopause

Your body isn’t the same after menopause. This former bodybuilder shares what changed for her, as well as an exercise hack that actually works post-menopause.

I worked a psychic hotline and these are the 5 most common relationship questions I was asked

This energy reader opens up about the 5 questions she fielded most often while working a psychic hotline — and how those questions changed her life.

What to do when your COVID anxiety outlasts the pandemic

After 2020, everyone’s a little bit anxious. But for some of us the anxiety hasn’t faded, even as vaccinations are widely available and the world re-opens.

Think your career transition is hard? Try coming out as a Tarot Reader.

Considering a career move, but scared what others may think? This techie-turned-tarot-reader shares her measured, yet authentic transition from the corporate world to the spiritual realm.

Why “fake it til you make it” is bad advice and what to do instead

When you’re young, people tell you to “fake it till you make it.” But, follow that advice and you end up with a fake you. Read columnist Bonnie Ho’s advice on how to find a sturdy confidence that lasts.

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