Mind

  • woman writing at window

    How to Start Journaling (Even in a Crisis)

    Here's why you should add pen and paper to your mental-health toolkit during tough times. 

  • green gras under blue sky

    This Just In: Happy News Worth Sharing

    It’s easy to get swept up in the torrent of scary headlines. Here, seven uplifting stories of hope, optimism and adorable distraction.

  • why-you-need-a-health-coach

    4 Myths About Health Coaching

    Let's set the record straight.

  • morning light in bedroom

    4 Ways to Cope With Anxiety During a Crisis

    It's less about dealing with your anxiety, and more about accepting it. THE WELL's Director of Head & Heart explains.

  • person lying on couch

    How to Stay Emotionally Connected while Socially Distancing

    A licensed psychotherapist weighs in on how to navigate relationships in our new normal.

  • breathing exercises

    4 Simple Breathing Exercises to Feel Calmer Instantly

    Your breath can be a powerful tool for quieting your mind and soothing your nervous system. 

  • self-care feature

    8 Self-Care Practices for Busy People

    You owe it to yourself — and those around you — to fit in a little "me-time" maintenance, even on jam-packed days. Here's how.

  • champagne flutes

    6 Ways to Successfully Set Intentions for the New Year

    It's great to be ambitious, but setting goals that are too lofty can backfire. Instead, try these expert tips to craft lasting resolutions.

  • small speaker on a desk

    How to Cope When Noise Stresses You Out

    Living with irritating sounds is unavoidable — especially in urban environments — but your response is within your control.

  • holiday table setting

    9 Simple Self-Care Tips for the Holidays

    Reminder: Making time for yourself is just as important as making your famous chocolate gingerbread cookies.