Marissa Wynott

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What's The One Thing You Wish You Were Told Before You Had Kids?

Share what you've learned with parents-to-be!

DIY Travel Hacks That Will Change How You Pack Forever

Packing for a trip can be a daunting task, this we know.<p>Whether you're concerned about saving space in your bag or the size restrictions on the liquid toiletries, organizing all of your belongings into one spot seems like an impossible feat. What better way to hack your way to a more efficient …

7 Signs the Man You Love Is Toxic

If you've spotted these red flags in your relationship, it's time to end it— for good<p><b>You can do way better. Promise.</b><p>We've all met a toxic man. In …


Islands in the Stream: The 10 Biggest Holdouts in Digital Music

Taylor Swift hates Spotify. Prince hates YouTube. Garth Brooks hates everybody (except himself and Walmart). It’s hard to keep all the on-demand …


The Right Time to Have a Baby

One writer (and mom) explores the factors that every woman should consider before getting pregnant.<p>Whether or not to join your friends for late-night karaoke. Ricotta pancakes versus eggs Florentine. These are the kinds of choices you'd make on a whim (well okay, sweet versus savory brunch <i>is</i> an …


A Powerful Mindfulness Meditation for a Spiritually Positive New Year

David James Lees, <i>Guest</i> <b><br>Waking Times</b><p>As we usher in the New Year I’d like to share with you a powerful spiritual coaching method and mindfulness …

4 Things To Understand About Youth, Mental Health & Juvenile Justice In The US

Almost 2 million youth – those under the age of 18 – are arrested each year in the US, which is more than 5,000 delinquency cases per day. Of those, approximately 95% are not accused of violent crimes (murder, rape or aggravated assault). Yet, these youth are often incarcerated in the juvenile …