Jenny Long joined Total Wellness as a writer last 2019. She is currently pursuing a degree in Psychobiology with a minor in Food Studies.
Jenny is also a self-proclaimed foodie. She strives to learn more about the mind-body connection and how we can improve our holistic health. In her free time, she loves journaling and watching mukbangs and food travel vlogs.
When you’re first getting to know someone, one question you might ask is, “what kind of music do you like?” From sharing playlists or even playing background sounds during a Zoom study session, music has a powerful ability to bring people together even during the toughest of times.
The concept of minimalism not only refers to a decluttering of your living spaces and lifestyle, but it can also translate to your mindset and how you approach certain activities. Here, we’ll be discussing different concepts of minimalism, how it may benefit your mental health, and some advice on how to get started!
If you’ve been looking for ways to exercise during this quarantine, you might’ve come across a bunch of videos or articles talking about high intensity interval training (HIIT). This workout method has been used in athletic training and was researched for decades prior to its recent popularization.
Do you ever feel your back hurting after a particularly long Zoom session? Now that we’re working from home, we’re also spending a lot more time sitting for hours on end, making it easy to hunch over as we become fatigued.
As you scroll through beautiful pictures, unique experiences, and amusing content on social media, you may feel excited and inspired by the posts you see! But, sometimes this initial feeling of awe manifests itself into FOMO–the fear of missing out–taking a jab at your own self-confidence.