5 Tips for Improving Productivity While Working from Home
If someone told you a year ago that you would be able to work from the comfort of your home (in your PJs, if you wish!) for months on end, it might have sounded like an extraordinary company perk. While remote working certainly has its pluses, it also comes with a unique set of challenges that can take some time to adjust to. Millennials, in particular, are struggling to get their work done at home during the global pandemic, with 40 percent saying they feel less productive w
How to Stop Comparing Yourself to People On Social Media
Social media has made it easier than ever to compare ourselves to other people. Before apps like Instagram and Facebook existed, the people we hung out with years ago would fade into a distant memory. Now, we are constantly bombarded with the highlights and achievements of their lives, along with those of total strangers. Study after study has confirmed that social media is associated with lower self-esteem, depression, anxiety, and greater body shame. With mental health issu
How to Help your Teenage Daughter with Depression?
The teenage years are known for being an awkward, challenging time filled with blossoming feelings, social pressure, and increased academic demands. Teens have a bad rap for being a bit moody, but recent statistics demonstrate that there’s a much more serious issue brewing than a little teenage angst. Depression is on the rise among teens—especially Black youth. Approximately 11 percent of teenagers experience depression in any given year. In girls, that number jumps to 17 pe