Health & Wellness
How to recognize and recover from burnout. Pro tip: You’ll need your boss’s help.
OSU professor Regan Gurung helps us break down what exactly burnout is, how to recognize it, and how we—as employees and employers—can prevent it and recover...
Using your skills to give back can make you feel good, too.
The relationship between cannabis and mental health is complicated, but it’s helped me survive this year in ways it never has before.
This feel-good comfort food is loaded with miso, raw ginger, tofu, and a kitchen sink of veggies.
Katherine Chew Hamilton
Stop doomscrolling! Get up-to-date coverage on the 2020 election in Oregon, with live results, wellness tips, and extra features you won't get anywhere else.
Portland Monthly Staff
Write Out Loud
“So many of us are inhaling and not exhaling. We’re just sort of taking it all in, and we’re just being burdened and stressed and our bodies literally cannot...
The Oregon Health Authority advises against it.
Postponed trips and canceled plans leave plenty of time for smaller adventures.
Eden Dawn and Fiona McCann
‘Talking openly and honestly with your children about traumatic moments or tragic events creates a foundation of trust, enabling them to come to you in the f...
Greg Forbes Siegman
CBD, yeah, you know me.
Repurposed plants and volunteer makers have helped keep essential workers covered.
Rebecca Frasure tested positive for coronavirus and ended up in a Tokyo hospital for 28 days. Now she's back in Oregon to share her story.
Amid coronavirus, 'How to Heal' helps us understand and release our trauma.
Corona on the brain
How the uncertainty of the novel coronavirus is shaping social behavior and our mental health
Birds of a Feather
Join in on the citizen science project and reap the cathartic benefits of bird watching from your own backyard.
Parents-to-be have many questions about giving birth at this time. Here are some answers.
The Vagina Dialogues
The Portland-based Gabbi wants women to speak up about their privates.
Love & Psychology
OSU professor Regan Gurung helps us cultivate our relationships with one word: patience.
The executive order also expands bathroom access at state buildings for those who are transgender, nonbinary or gender non-conforming.