The Smoffice: The World's Smallest Office Mental Health Resources: 81 Awesome Resources When You Can’t Afford a Therapist Sure, pretty much everyone could benefit from therapy. But not everyone can afford it. Thankfully, there’s a whole world of free or affordable mental health care out there designed to help you with just about every issue, whether that’s kicking an addiction, managing your emotions, finding a group of like-minded peers, or recovering from trauma. You Might Like The 39 Best Health and Fitness Apps of 2016 READ But finding out which resources are best for you takes some legwork. Note: Resources are listed alphabetically by type. Mental Health Apps ACT Coach teaches users how to tolerate negative thoughts and feelings by virtually guiding them through awareness exercises and giving tips on how to ditch self-doubt. Designed by therapist Rosemary Sword, this app uses Time Perspective Therapy, a method developed to unglue us from unhelpful or obsessive thoughts. Sometimes, all we need to de-stress is take a few deep breaths. This app works as a daily mood and thought diary. Got five minutes? 66.
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Resumes Are Bullshit. HireArt Is Better. HireArt, a newly launched Y Combinator-backed company, is working to solve a major problem that all employers face today: resumes are bullshit. Job candidates often like to fluff up their experience, and sometimes they even outright lie about their abilities. Other times, potentially great employees are overlooked because they have unorthodox backgrounds that don’t match up with what an employer thinks they need in terms of experience. Sometimes these kinds of things are realized during the in-person interview. With its new applicant screening system, HireArt thinks it may have a solution: have the employees actually do the work first. Here’s HireArt’s pitch in a nutshell: “You really can’t bullshit anymore.” That’s per co-founder Elli Sharef, in explaining why the traditional resume system is broken. Instead of asking applicants to talk about their experience, HireArt has them actually perform a series of tasks. Pricing for HireArt is still being handled on a case-by-case basis.
year two: a fresh look at how to create a capsule wardrobe | Un-Fancy Okay, I’m excited. This is year two of my grand capsule wardrobe experiment. Woohoo! Whenever I start a something new — like a new workout routine or a new habit — I like to approach it with a set of rules. I thrive in a structured environment at the beginning. But … as time goes on, and the new thing becomes a part of my life, I like to loosen that structure up a bit and let it be organic. So I’ve always known my approach to capsule wardrobes would change over time. But I never knew exactly what my new approach would look like. I finally figured it out. The solution came out of a moment* of major frustration. (*two and a half weeks) Here’s the short version: This winter, at some point, I lost the spirit of why I do this — why I live with capsule wardrobes. I woke up one day and it was just about following rules. And we all know that anything done for the sake of the rules is bound to fail. So I took some time to get back to the heart of it all. And most importantly: I do it because I like it.
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