Did you know burnout can show up in different ways? Here’s a little reminder that rest and other forms of self care are important to make a priority! … More Just a Reminder
Here’s a popular technique that we thought might turn your day around! Happy Monday! ✨ … More Visualization for Monday Blues!
We’d like to congratulate Jessica Pick on winning our Winter giveaway, and also thank her for supporting FGRVA and participating! Tap in now to see her full photoshoot! … More And The Winner Is…
Domo opens up to us about Seasonal Affective Disorder and how to battle it! … More S.A.D. from Dominique Alston
Maintaining Health & Productivity in a Post-Work/Quarantine World by Trey Westerfeld … More Maintaining Health & Productivity in a Post-Work/Quarantine World
Consent is a conversation that more people seem to be having today than ever before. Thanks to the power of social media, individuals are expanding this discussion in all forms of a relationship whether it’s business, friendships, or intimacy. That conversation also raises an important question: What does sexual coercion look like? We hear that … More Sexual Coercion: What It Is and How To Detect It
Feel Great: A Journal Entry from Great Britt … More Feel Great: A Journal Entry from Great Britt
Jay Guevara opens up on the sensitive topics of his own battle with addiction, overdose and more in this compelling but personal read. … More How I Overcame A Semester of Addiction and Academic Probation by Jay Guevara
Special thank you to Jay Guevara for opening up and sharing his story on his experience with Crohn’s Disease. Do you have a personal journey you’d like to share? We strongly believe in informing our peers through our own stories, submit your writing to us today for a chance to be featured! … More How I Live with Crohn’s Disease as a Creative
To Whom It May Concern, this is Smiff by Siona P. … More To Whom It May Concern, This is Smiff by Siona P.