Erica Sloan, Well + Good

Erica Sloan

Well + Good

New York, NY, United States

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Past articles by Erica:

March Will Bring the *Luckiest* Day of 2023, Based on Astrology—Here’s How Your Zodiac Sign Could Benefit

The vibes are ripe for new beginnings this astrological new year. → Read More

Here’s How Each Zodiac Sign Can Best Set and Stick To New Goals, According to an Astrologer

You can align your goal-setting strategies with your star-sanctioned disposition. → Read More

Feeling Constantly Pressed for Time Is Robbing You of Happiness—But These ‘Time Affluence’ Strategies Can Help

We're all too busy pursuing money at the expense of time when research suggests we should be doing the reverse. → Read More

‘I’m a Friendship Coach, and Here Are 4 Misconceptions That Are Keeping You From Forming New and Deeper Friendships’

Let go of these assumptions to expand your circle. → Read More

‘I’m a Cleaning Expert, and These Are the Most Consistently Dusty Spots in a Home’

Plus, how to keep them from being such dust havens. → Read More

How the Playful Nostalgia of ‘Kidulting’ Can Boost Your Mental Health, According to Psychologists

Your inner child stands to benefit from a good old-fashioned play session. → Read More

How To Make Time for Actual Self Care When You’re a New Parent

Therapists with kids share the strategies that will save your mental health. → Read More

How To Practice ‘Prospection’ (aka Future Thinking) To Infuse Life With More Joy and Meaning

It turns out considering all the possibilities in the crystal ball of your world has realtime psychological benefits. → Read More

Astrologer Susan Miller Names the 2 Zodiac Signs Star-Sanctioned To Have the Luckiest 2023

Aries and Taurus will have their "emerald year" in 2023, becoming the luckiest of the zodiac signs. Susan Miller shares what they can expect. → Read More

4 Common Habits a Couples Therapist Is Begging You To Stop for the Sake of Your Relationship

Often unintentional, these behaviors can sneakily wreak havoc on your relationship over time. → Read More

Were You Parentified as a Kid? Here’s What That Means, and How It Might Affect Your Relationships in Adulthood

If you experienced parentification, you were placed into a parent-like role from a young age—which can lead you to play the caretaker in later relationships, too. → Read More

Therapists Reveal What It Really Means When It Feels Like Your Partner Picks Fights for No Reason

Five potential motivations driving them toward conflict, and what you can do to help. → Read More

Astrologically Speaking, 2023 Is Going To Be an Intense Time of Change—Here’s What’s in Store for Your Sign Next Year

Astrologer Stephanie Campos reveals her 2023 horoscopes for every sign, taking into account the biggest astrological transits on the cosmic docket. → Read More

It’s Not Just You: Entering Perimenopause Can Throw Your Sleep Out of Whack

Sleep and menopause specialists explain why and share solutions. → Read More

‘I’m a Pain-Management Specialist, and Here’s What Pain Tolerance Really Means’

The subjective experience of pain has as much to do with your tolerance level as your ability to cope. → Read More

How 'Toxic Forgiveness' Hurts Your Relationships and Holds You Back From True Healing

"Toxic forgiveness" is forgiving someone before you've come to terms with their actions. Here's why it's problematic, and how to avoid it. → Read More

Exactly How To Nap Like the Longest-Living People in the World Do

The people of Ikaria, Greece know a thing or two about the stress-reducing benefits of a brief afternoon snooze. → Read More

Meet the New Morning-After Pill Brand That Wants To Make Buying Emergency Contraception Shame-Free

Julie is a new emergency contraception company designed to make shopping for and taking the morning-after pill less shameful and stressful. → Read More

8 Psychological Reasons Certain Exes Seem To Linger in Your Memory

Even if they weren't your first love (or someone you loved at all), an ex could remain in your memory for any number of these reasons, according to relationship experts. → Read More

5 Signs in Adulthood That You're a Child of a Narcissistic Parent, and How To Heal, According to Psychologists

Growing up with a narcissistic parent can lead you to experience trust and vulnerability issues later in life—but it's possible to overcome them. → Read More