Watching “BoJack Horseman” can provide a helpful lesson on how to manage feelings of burnout, TV columnist Simone Bogedal PO ’24 writes.
The act of eating breakfast offers an optimal time for practicing rest and self-care, writes food columnist Emily Kim PO ’25.
We are not our grades, and this format of online learning is a reminder of that, says Aarushi Phalke PO ’24.
Music columnist Ella Boyd SC ’21 compiles an exhaustive list of ways to use music to your benefit while social distancing, whether through creating, sharing or listening to it.
Pomona College students are over-stressed and lack the resources to thrive – they need to take some time to chill out.
By loving yourself without falling prey to giving money to the beauty industry, you can fight capitalism and feel good about who you are.
Lizzo has strongly impacted body positivity. Unlike Meghan Trainor, she uplifts women of color and refuses to give in to the male gaze.
Relationships columnist Micaela Macagnone PO ’20 writes about her semester abroad in Madrid and sobering return home after her father’s passing. She reflects on how she found self care amidst grief: “I don’t think I’ll ever forget the day we moved — lying on my bedroom floor, with the sun shining through the windows onto the furniture-less wood floor, sobbing while trying my absolute hardest to remember the look of the ceiling, walls and floors.”
In an era of social media, relatability and self-branding, Todrick Hall just wants us to be ourselves.
A bubble bath, a vanilla-lavender candle, and a face mask. Or perhaps a yoga class followed by a trip to the nearest Starbucks (what is pumpkin-spice but the purest form of nourishment to the soul?) Ah, yes. Self-care. Notably, self-care dates back to roots more deeply connected to the worlds