well being

  • How to get a perfect night's sleep, according to science

    No, it doesn’t involve lighting candles or meditation.

  • Drinking Gin Could Curb Allergy Symptoms

    As if we needed another reason to crack open the gin this summer, allergy experts reckon it could be the best alcohol for hay fever sufferers to drink.

  • A Japanese Bar Is Offering Women Drink Discounts Based on the Height of Their Heels

    High heels have been a mega topic of conversation lately. According to Sora News 24, The Hilton Osaka’s My Place Bar plans on offering women wearing heels measuring five centimeters (approximately two inches) a 10% discount off their bar tab.

  • Here's where to find Canada's happiest singles

    March 20 marked the United Nation’s International Day of Happiness. As part of the occasion, the UN released it’s annual happiness report — listing Canada in 7th place! The study has led to dating site, EliteSingles, churning out their own happiness report, based off data collected from Canadian singles. The anonymous survey collated information from 45,000 Canadian men and women registered with the dating site.

  • What I learned when I stopped saying 'yes' to everything

    I should preface this by saying that, despite recent changes, I am definitely not a “no” person. Anyone who knows me can vouch that I am not one to sit still — in fact, if I spend more than a couple of hours in one place, I quickly slip into a panic. I think that is why I’ve become such a “yes” person, my fear around being idle causes me to agree to everything. In university I moved away from my small, fishing town to go to school in Toronto where I didn’t know a single person. ...

  • Social media may be making you ugly

    Got an addiction to Facebook, Twitter, Instagram or Snapchat? According to a recent study out of the University of Essex, heavy social media users reported being less satisfied with the way they look. “Parents of children who use social media apps are being warned that heavy usage could lead to insecurities later in life,” said the Evening Standard.

  • EXCLUSIVE: We talk backstage secrets with Selena Gomez (and how she deals with her critics)

    A photo posted by Official Revival Tour (@revivaltour) on May 10, 2016 at 11:40am PDT What do you do before you go on stage?

  • Before 8: Morning Routine From Sienna Miller's Makeup Artist Wendy Rowe

    World renowned makeup artist Wendy Rowe perfects a lot of pouts. Her in-demand schedule includes the Burberry Prorsum show (where she serves as an artistic consultant for the brand's beauty line), to top magazine shoots (she regularly works with top photographers for Harper's Bazaar, Vogue Paris, and the like), and celebrity clientele (Sienna Miller and Suki Waterhouse are among her tribe). Fortunately though, she also knows how to start her days off right. For the first edition of Before 8—where we are graciously allowed to capture the morning routines of some of the industry's most revered acts—Rowe allowed us into her NYC apartment, where she revealed her love of apple cider vinegar, Body by Simone workouts, and healthy eats (caviar for breakfast anyone?).