Due to the rapid spread of coronavirus, millions of people across the globe are now stuck in their homes. With a lot of industries shuttered, millions of jobs lost, and uncertainty on when life will revert to normal, you might be wondering, “What should I do with my life?” You may choose to watch the
We all know how stressful college life is. You have to focus on your studies and you still want to have a good social life. During that period, you always need some extra money, but not everyone has time to find a part-time job. Passive income is a great way to get some cash, however,
The world is currently fighting a very dangerous enemy, the coronavirus. Some countries have declared a state of emergency to stop the spread of COVID-19, which includes new movement and contact restrictions. In these challenging times, a question is being posed: Should we go walking or jogging? Physical activity outside helps us maintain our mental
It is already well-known how pregnancy can be a tough period for women. Many things change during this period and those changes can have a negative impact on women. This especially counts for first-time pregnant women. They need to adapt to a completely new way of living. However, things can be easier for her if
Police officers see humanity at its best and its worst. Besides minor traffic accidents, they are witnesses to felonies as well. All of this can influence a police officer’s mental health. It doesn’t even have to be a serious mental health illness. But some symptoms can regularly pop up in that line of work. But
Sleep is something that, while we jokingly say is “for the weak” is actually super important for your body and mind. If you don’t sleep for up to 10 days, you can actually die. Sleep is so important for your body, but did you know that it can help with your mental health as well.
If you live in New York City, you’ve probably heard it from a thousand visitors: “It’s wonderful — but ugh, I could never live here.” You disagree, of course, but there’s a haunting doubt in the back of your mind. Sure, these people spend too much time in Times Square, but the crowds in New
As of 2016, Washington D.C. had the highest percentage of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer, or questioning, (LGBTQ) individuals in the country, with 8.6 percent of adult residents identifying themselves as LGBTQ. LGBTQ individuals face unique challenges. There are still issues with acceptance in society, which is just one of the reasons why people