Grace Gavilanes

Grace Gavilanes is an NYC-based writer, editor, and content strategist who's just as passionate about wellness as she is about trashy reality TV. Her work has been featured on,, Well + Good, and Food & Wine, among other outlets. When she's not working on her next story, she focuses her time on managing Viva La Mujer, a digital platform that highlights successful Latinas in all kinds of fields. You can follow Grace on Instagram at @gracegavilanes and see more of her work at


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The life-changing magic of giving up

No, Marie Kondo didn’t deceive anyone


This hallucinogen is looking pretty promising for depression treatment

Awards Season

The highs and lows of the 2023 Oscar nominations

Stop AAPI Hate

How to help the Monterey Park, California AAPI community right now

Social Media

How to turn on Instagram’s new Quiet Mode and get some peace

Love and Business

These queer Latina business owners went from Etsy to Target in seven years


FEMA sent Native Alaskans a lot of gibberish after a natural disaster

To parent or not to parent

Americans are having fewer kids — but they actually want more. Why?

Mental Health

How Anna Kendrick found her way back from an abusive relationship

Mental Health

Prince Harry is the new face of psychedelic mental health treatment

Queen Dionne

Why Dionne Warwick asked Snoop Dogg to call her a “b*tch” in the ‘90s

True Crime Too Far

White women on TikTok are making DNA binders in case they get murdered

Good in the world

Damar Hamlin’s charity has received nearly $4 million in donations since his collapse less than 24 hours ago

Shots Fired

Greta Thunberg’s latest Twitter roast goes after Andrew Tate and his “SDE”


Southwest Airlines has canceled so many flights that the U.S. government is investigating

That's on period

Nadya Okamoto doesn’t care how gross you think her TikToks are


We may finally know why some people with COVID lose their sense of smell


Harvey Weinstein was found guilty of more rape charges

Let women run everything

Jennifer Lawrence called out Bryan Singer and the “emotional men” who’ve directed her films