• Samantha Brodsky in Sex

    Having Great Sex Isn’t The Most Important Part Of Your Relationship

    Having Great Sex Isn’t The Most Important Part Of Your Relationship

    This generation is weird. I mean, we’re driven: We know what we want. But at the same time, we don’t. In a relationship, dating but not serious, in love but single, just hooking up but could be more… it’s complicated. But whether you’re taken, on every dating app there is or somewhere in between, you […]
  • Samantha Brodsky on Awards Season

    How To Turn Your Broken Heart Into Art, The Carrie Fisher Way

    How To Turn Your Broken Heart Into Art, The Carrie Fisher Way

    When Meryl Streep took the stage at the Golden Globes last night, we all knew she’d say something great (I mean, come on, it’s Meryl). From her role in the musically charged “Mamma Mia!” (2008) to every editor’s guilty pleasure, “The Devil Wears Prada” (2006),  Streep is the epitome of a cinematic idol. But last […]
  • Samantha Brodsky in Wellness

    5 Mind Tricks To Help You Fall Asleep When You Can’t Stop Tossing And Turning

    5 Mind Tricks To Help You Fall Asleep When You Can’t Stop Tossing And Turning

    You’re finally ready to go to sleep after a long day, but once your head hits the pillow, your mind becomes wired. Your unruly thoughts make every position unbearably uncomfortable, so you spend hours tossing and turning. You think. A lot. It’s too warm in the room, then too cold. Every noise might be an intruder coming […]
  • Samantha Brodsky in Wellness

    6 Reasons Why A Runner’s High Is The Only High I Need

    6 Reasons Why A Runner’s High Is The Only High I Need

    There’s no doubt that exercise is good for the body and mind. Even when you’d rather be curled up watching Netflix with a glass (or three) of wine, you know a workout — whenever you get to it — will be good for you. I’ve always been active. When I got too short for basketball […]
  • Samantha Brodsky on Love Hurts

    If Your Relationship Reads Like A Nicholas Sparks Novel, It’ll Probably Fail

    If Your Relationship Reads Like A Nicholas Sparks Novel, It’ll Probably Fail

    Remember the scene from “The Notebook” where it’s raining (of course), and Allie and Noah share the romantic kiss they were always fated to have, reaffirming their love after so long. There’s no denying how dramatic it is, yet we eat it right up. Often, we say our own fierce moments, like Noah and Allie’s, are […]