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Wellness Wednesday Guest Bloggers Archive

Thus far, this a complete list of Wellness Wednesday guest bloggers. Therefore, this post will be updated as necessary. I try to feature new subjects but, I will repeat topics with new or unique perspectives. ***Last updated February 12, 2020.

Previous Wellness Wednesday Topics:

  1. SELF-CARE.
  2. SEASONAL AFFECTIVE DISORDER (SAD).
  3. COPING WITH SUICIDE.
  4. ANXIETY/DEPRESSION AS AN ENTREPRENEUR.
  5. DAILY HABITS TO ACHIEVE HAPPINESS.
  6. EMOTIONS WITH FIBROMYALGIA.
  7. BREAKING BAD HABITS UNDER STRESS.
  8. ALONE TIME.
  9. WHAT MOTHER’S REALLY WANT FOR MOTHER’S DAY.
  10. ALLERGIES.
  11. ANTEPARTUM DEPRESSION.
  12. MANAGING BUSY MOM LIFE.
  13. MEAL PREPPING.
  14. YOGA
  15. ANXIETY FOR CHRISTIAN MOMS.
  16. HOW TO EAT PLANT-BASED.
  17. FRIENDSHIP BREAK-UPS.
  18. JOURNALING FOR ANXIETY AND DEPRESSION.
  19. THINGS TO DO WHEN YOU DON’T WANT TO WORKOUT.
  20. VERTIGO.
  21. SELF-CARE WITH ZERO TIME.
  22. CBD MISCONCEPTIONS.
  23. STARTING SMALL.
  24. EMOTIONAL PAIN.
  25. SEEKING HELP.
  26. HOLIDAY OVEREATING.
  27. NON-APPEARANCE RELATED REASONS TO WORKOUT.
  28. RELAXING AFTER WORK.
  29. HEALTHY LIFESTYLE.
  30. ANXIETY COPING STRATEGIES.
  31. WAYS TO STOP PROCRASTINATING.
  32. DAILY POSITIVE AFFIRMATIONS.
  33. GOOD SLEEP HYGIENE.

If you have an article or post you’d like to submit send them to me at honeybunnytwee@gmail.com. You’ll get a chance to be a Wellness Wednesday guest blogger if you’re a good fit! Read the requirements below.

Requirements:

  • Firstly, articles must be written in English.
  • At a minimum, posts should be at least 300 words in length.
  • Specifically, posts must relate to wellness, health, fitness, mental health, or self-care.
  • Also, in order to be a guest author you must have your own blog or website.
  • Finally, if including affiliate links there needs to be proper disclosure.
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4 Ways to Up Your Mood When the Weather is Down

It’s officially just past #PSL season, which means it’s time to put on our cozy knits, binge watch Netflix, light a million candles, and excitedly cancel plans with friends. Even though we all look forward to fall and winter, the novelty of the season can wear off quickly as the days get shorter and the weather gets colder, lowering our mood and affecting our health.

People often joke about “winter blues” and Seasonal Affective Disorder, but it’s actually a diagnosable type of depression that is prompted by cold weather and less sunlight (and affects 5% of Americans).

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A Stress-Reduction Guide for Busy Professionals

If you’re feeling burned out and unmotivated, you aren’t alone. Nearly 40% of American workers report feeling so burned out that they want to quit. Whether you’re an entrepreneur running your own business or an employee working for a company, it’s important to avoid this scenario.

By proactively taking care of yourself and reducing stress, you will be able to better work towards your goals. This guide to self-care provides actionable tips to get you started.

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5 Ways To Glow Up Post-Quarantine

After the year we have all been having, now is the best time to start working on some self love. As lockdown rules are easing and the end of the road is looking nearer, what better to focus on than your post-quarantine glow up and we’ve got the top tips for you.

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Can Your Computer Screen Damage Your Skin As You Write?

If you’re a writer, you typically spend a long time staring at computer screens. You sit there for hour after hour, pondering, typing, and transferring ideas from your brain to a digital medium. 

As you do so, however, the backlight from the screen shines on your face. And all that light radiation hits your skin, potentially damaging it and leading to health issues. 

In the 21st century, we’re used to the idea that light and skin don’t mix very well. Everyone slathers themselves in SPF before they leave the house in the morning, just in case an errant UV ray smashes their DNA and causes skin cancer. 

But what about indoors risks, like computer screens? Could they damage the skin too? And if so, what should writers do? 

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My On the Nightstand Interview on VERYKEMI

On the Nightstand

**** Originally Published  By Verykemi ****

25 year old Thuy-Linh (pronounced twee-lin) is from Connecticut. She is a Lifestyle & Beauty Blogger, a small business office manager, and a co-owner of a nonprofit organization ‘From the Heart Racing‘. Check out her instagram (@honeybunnytwee) and blog (honeybunnytwee.com)!

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