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Stress relief products under $25

For a lot of us, day-to-day life can get us down, whether it’s a mountain of bills, a cornucopia of deadlines, or just generally not feeling well. Unfortunately, not everybody can afford to go to a therapist regularly, which is why stress relief and mindfulness are important.

To that end, this list looks at a few things you can do yourself without having to break the bank. With some things coming in at less than $25, you can find something on this list to help relieve your stress, at least until your next therapy appointment.

An anxiety journal

Anxiety Journal

The Anxiety Journal

Rodale Books

amazon.com

$19.49


According to WebMD, Journaling provides a variety of mental health benefits. As somebody who deals with an anxiety disorder, I can tell that it’s not always something you can overcome by yourself. This is why the Anxiety Journal is such a good

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Products to make your shower feel like a spa

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Those committed to baths may have their routines down to a science, from bath bombs and candles to a caddy that holds their book or tablet. While a long soak can feel pampering, not everyone enjoys submerging in their tub—or even has a tub. To wit, many folks turn to showers to wash off the grime and stress of the day. And just because they might not be as inherently leisurely as a bath, showers can still be heavenly. We spoke with spa owners and managers, as well as estheticians to learn their tips for making your shower as dreamy as possible.

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6 products to support International Day of the Girl 2021

Every day, young girls around the world push boundaries, tear down stereotypes and make their voices heard. To empower young girls everywhere, the United Nations decided to formally adopt Oct. 11 as International Day of the Girl Child in 2011. Since then, it has been a day to honor a girl’s right to a safe, educated and healthy life.

To celebrate International Day of the Girl, smart shopping expert Trae Bodge stopped by the 3rd Hour of TODAY to share products and brands that will be donating a portion of sales to charities that support young women.

From a necklace that has been featured on popular TV shows to kid-safe stainless steel dinnerware, read on to shop these must-have products.

Girl Gang X Season of Sunday I Am Mentally Strong Crewneck

This limited-edition crewneck is too cute to pass up. Perfect for fall, this crewneck is available in sizes small

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Pinterest to launch new ad features for brands to promote products and ideas

Online shopping is in boom these days and with every social media platform introducing new exciting and enhanced features in this domain, Pinterest is also trying to step up its game.

With that being said, the social media platform will soon be rolling out new ad features for the brands to promote their products and ideas to users on Pinterest, the company announced. The launch marks the company’s latest initiative to grow online shopping and advertising on its platform.

Pinterest said that brands can now upload their product catalogues and the platform will automatically pull items into a slideshow advertisement. These slideshows will be tailored to users based on their interests.

 

Julie Towns, global head of ads product marketing at Pinterest, said that the feature will make it easier for advertisers to have video ads, which can be time-consuming to produce, adding that “we want to drive that attention-grabbing aspect

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Monday October 11, 2021