Mary Brodeur is an editorial intern for Verily.
Proudly hailing from Rhode Island, Mary attends Eastern Connecticut State University and is pursuing a Bachelors degree in Communication and Business. She has a penchant for photography and copious amounts of coffee, and she enjoys nothing more than discovering new places and new music.
When in doubt, get out there and put one foot in front of the other.
Know thyself and become what you are.
Because vacations don’t come in one size fits all
Take it from a world-renowned life coach who has been there, done that.
As a newcomer to charting, here’s what surprised me most about a family planning method that doesn’t get the credit it deserves.
It’s possible to eat clean without getting bored. Ah, the sweet (or salty) taste of victory!
There’s a lot more to being a people pleaser than meets the eye.
Think like a student—your finances will thank you!
Work toward a healthier, stronger you.
Get your suitcase out.
Too bad mind reading is hopeless.
The images we’re surrounded by as women play a huge role in our body image.
What better time to focus on being our best selves than before the day has even begun?
It’s more important than ever to place an emphasis on leisure the first day of the week.
If you feel burned out before you even begin the day, you need to simplify your morning routine.
Signs you might actually be somewhere in the middle of the spectrum and how to tap into the strengths of both
Don’t forget who you are in all the excitement of someone new.
And what to tell yourself instead
Improve your intelligence without even having to think about it.
This Olympic gold medalist has a theory about what makes women feel beautiful.
This response to studies on male hormonal contraception raises important questions about gender bias in medicine.