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What We’re Reading Now: The Benefits of Working Less, What to Eat for a Healthier Mind and Much More…


August 25, 2017

You’re working, you’re moisturizing, and you’re sleeping—you’re busy. We know. Don’t have time to scour the web for the best skincare, anti-aging, nutrition, and wellness articles every week? Charlotte’s got you. The best of the week is right here.


~ Is work taking over your weekends?  Katrina Onstad, journalist and author of The Weekend Effect, explains the problem with being too connected to work and explains how to reclaim your weekends in a meaningful way— 99U


~ You’re feeding your body, but what about your brain? Sure, certain foods are known to make us feel energized physically, but here are the foods you should eat for optimal mental health, according to a psychiatrist. — MindBodyGreen


~ Whole Foods will be lowering prices as soon as Monday. In an effort to make natural and organic foods more affordable, Amazon and Whole Foods have made a deal set to close on Monday that will drop prices on best-selling staples including bananas, eggs and ground beef. — Refinery29


~ Hey, we get it: men want botox, too. No judgement here! But listen up guys: there are some ground rules to consider so you don’t end up looking like Vladimir Putin— W Magazine


~ Chemical peels aren’t as scary as they sound. Read all about chemical peels and why they’re considered “one of the best treatments to keep your skin healthy.” — Byrdie


~ Is it better to shower in the morning or at night? Here’s what 3 holistic experts with different backgrounds have to say on the best time to lather up— Well+Good


~ Skin cell turnover starts to slow in your 30s. But don’t worry; here’s how to upgrade your skincare routine to tackle all of the changes like dullness, discoloration and even wrinkles. — Allure


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