If tie-dye brings back memories of summer camp crafts and questionable style choices, it might surprise you to learn that it’s one of this year’s hottest fashion trends. Not only is tie-dye chic right now, but it’s also the perfect quarantine craft—even for adults.
Art therapy doesn’t require creative talent, but it can be a profoundly healing process. For anyone searching for stress relief, a way to reduce anxiety, or understand emotions, like depression and fear, art therapy is worth some research.
Canceled vacations aren’t fun, but they sometimes have a silver lining: saved money. If you’re missing that getaway feeling, you may want to funnel your saved vacation budget into home improvements for a staycation!
Because it’s inexpensive and anyone can do it, gardening is a top contender for most-beloved quarantine activity. It’s fun, pretty, and (sometimes) yields edible results. But what if it’s also therapeutic?
Learning to tune into inhales and exhales is one of the most common techniques used to calm a person down, bringing them back into the present moment and reducing their stress levels. Still, there’s always a chance it won’t work for everyone.
The open floor plan has dominated home design trends for decades. However, the coronavirus pandemic might be ending your love of wide-open spaces. Here’s how to rearrange your home to get the privacy you need.
Another day working from home, and another headache. Are they becoming more frequent? Instead of popping another painkiller, let’s tackle some of the most common causes, and find some solutions to prevent them.
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