Colleen Stinchcombe, SELF Magazine

Colleen Stinchcombe

SELF Magazine

Seattle, WA, United States

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Recent:
  • SELF Magazine
Past:
  • SheKnows
  • Brit + Co
  • The Muse
  • Business Insider

Recent articles by Colleen:

8 Relationship Tips Couples Therapists Are Giving All the Time Right Now

Here are relationship tips from couples therapists for people who are dealing with the pandemic's effects on their partnerships. → Read More

So, You Broke Social Distancing Guidelines. Here’s How to Deal With Your Guilt.

If you're feeling guilty about how you're dealing with the coronavirus, here's how to know it's a sign to change your behavior. → Read More

Frozen Chicken Wings Tested Positive for Coronavirus—Should You Care?

Here, an expert discusses if you need to be worried now that frozen chicken wings have tested positive for the coronavirus. Is nothing sacred? → Read More

No, the CDC Didn't Actually Say Coronavirus Immunity Lasts for Just 3 Months

New guidance from the CDC caused quite a stir on the topic of coronavirus immunity. So, does coronavirus immunity actually last for three months? → Read More

11 Easy-to-Grow Vegetables and Herbs to Try If You’re New to Gardening

If you're new to gardening, make it as easy as possible to grow vegetables and herbs with these tips. → Read More

When to Get Tested for Coronavirus If You've Been Protesting

Experts are recommending people who are protesting police brutality against Black people get tested for the coronavirus. Here's what to know. → Read More

Relationship & Dating Podcasts Everyone Looking for Love Should Listen To

From dating and relationship advice to storytelling, these podcasts are for anyone who's in love — or wants to be. → Read More

Dear Skinny Me, I Will Still Love You When You're Fat Again

What I would tell the skinny version of me about body image and gaining and losing weight. → Read More

9 Ways People Are Getting Migraine Relief These Days

Migraines don’t stop for pandemics, apparently. We asked nine people how they’re getting some migraine relief right now. → Read More

Grocery Shopping Used to Be My Self-Care—Now It’s Overwhelming

Going to the grocery store used to be my place of self-care, but the new coronavirus pandemic has made it overwhelming. It’s a small thing, but I miss it. → Read More

Do the Coronavirus Symptoms Include Headache?

Or have I just been staring at a screen for six hours straight? → Read More

How to Know If You Need to Go to the E.R. With Coronavirus

If you have the new coronavirus, when should you go to the E.R. and when should you stay home? Experts discuss the signs here. → Read More

12 Couples Halloween Costume Ideas That Aren’t the Least Bit Cheesy

Show off your creativity with these clever couples costumes. → Read More

6 Time-Saving Cleaning Hacks Every College Student Needs to Know

These fast cleaning tips are perfect for busy schedules. Clean your entire space in 10 minutes or less. → Read More

11 Affordable 4th of July Destinations to Take the Whole Family To

Thinking of taking a road trip for the Fourth of July? Check out these 10 places first. → Read More

7 Snack Swaps That Will Satisfy All of Your Junk Food Cravings (Without the Guilt)

The snack swaps will satisfy your junk food cravings without the guilt. → Read More

12 Ways We Can Get One Step Closer to Equal Pay for All Women

Spend Equal Pay Day fighting to end pay discrimination. → Read More

When It Comes to Salaries, Should Women Always Ask for More?

When you should — and shouldn't — ask for more money. → Read More

Pay homage to women everywhere with these empowering acts

Get the most out of Women's History Month with these empowering ideas. → Read More

Clean Your Office, Because These 7 Things at Work Are So Germy

You should clean your office space, because it can be really germy. Read our hygiene tips before asking to work from home. → Read More