Posts in Treatment
Staples for Skincare: Healthy, Hydrated and Glowing

I’ve been asked many times over the last few months about my skincare routine and really wanted to dive into what I’ve found to be useful either from friends or random internet finds. Honestly, I don’t think there’s a one-size-fits-all approach to skincare - or anything for that matter. I’ve been a strong advocate of people finding what works for them and sticking to it. Keeping my skin healthy, hydrated and glowing are my biggest priorities.

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Politics & Prose: Michael Pollan in Washington, D.C.

This past week, Michael Pollan, professor, food journalist and New York Times best-selling author, was in the District talking about his new book – How to Change Your Mind: What the New Science of Psychedelics Teaches Us About Consciousness, Dying, Addiction, Depression, and Transcendence. I walked away from Pollan’s discussion at Politics & Prose with more than just a book; but also a new, curious perspective on the latest science of psychedelics and what that actually means for people with difficult-to-treat conditions. Ready to dive in!

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Why You Should Learn How To Roast A Chicken

Among all of the dishes you learn to make, roasting a chicken should be one of them. But I don’t actually want to talk about roasting a chicken, sorry to disappoint if you were looking for a step-by-step process. You can find that here. You should learn to roast a chicken because it’s important to make something you’re proud of. This includes more than just food. It could be a new and improved version of yourself. Think about your own ability to fix or create something, and how that makes you feel. To me, that’s the first step in healing, self-care and getting to know yourself. 

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