You know you need to de-stress, but how can you relax with so much on your plate with limited funds and no vacation in sight? Dr. Candice Williams shares why you must make this a life priority and how to squeeze in self-care, even when you’re on a budget.
With such limited time available, as a mother, it can sometimes feel “selfish” to prioritize your own health and wellness. Dr. Candice Williams explains why self-care is non-negotiable for moms and shares tips on how to be more mindful of self, without the guilt.
As both a dermatologist and a runner, Dr. Elyse Love understands the challenges of caring for skin while remaining active. Dr. Love shares her own journey and best skincare tips for active women with RUNGRL.
Are “automatic thoughts” holding you back from making the heath and wellness strides you want to make? Learn more about them from licensed psychotherapist Alvina Acquaye.
With all the heavy lifting Black women find themselves doing between work, life and family, we must strive to develop the wisdom to take care of ourselves, no matter what. But how can you find a balance? Erika Delgado explores.
Mental health professional Traci German shares her perspective on the importance of mental health treatment for Black women and how running can play a helpful role in that process.
Life Coach Ameerah Omar shares how fear became one of her strongest teachers and how literally running toward them changed her views on overcoming the things that gave her anxiety.
After losing both her job and her relationship, Tamika Gittens turned to running as a source of healing that she could afford and ended up finding a new passion.
As women, society has conditioned us to compare ourselves to one another, but here’s the thing—You don’t know the next woman’s life! Find out why you will always be your own best competition.
Black women runners have many reasons to pay close attention to their iron levels and potential signs of anemia.