29 04 22

MIRROR WATER Deep Dive Bathing History - Floral bathing

At MIRROR WATER we believe that bathing is an enjoyable and beneficial tool in your personal arsenal of wellbeing rituals. Bathing is a treat for your skin, your muscles and your mind.

By: Julie Tanner for MIRROR WATER 

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12 04 22

MIRROR WATER x Self Space Guide to types of therapy

Self Space is a contemporary mental health service offering a good conversation with a qualified person, through straightforward access to flexible therapy.

MIRROR WATER has spoken to Self Space when creating this therapy guide.

By: Julie Tanner for MIRROR WATER

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21 03 22

MIRROR WATER Deep Dive into Bathing History - Thalassotherapy

At MIRROR WATER we believe that bathing is an enjoyable and beneficial tool in your personal arsenal of wellbeing rituals. Bathing is a treat for your skin, your muscles and your mind. In this new series, we will learn from different cultures and eras by conducting a deep dive into different types of bathing.

By: Julie Tanner for MIRROR WATER

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20 01 22

Nakedness: Reflections from the MIRROR WATER community

Content warning: This article includes honest discussion regarding body image. If you’re not in a place where you’d like to think about this, you might consider skipping this one. 

By: Julie Tanner for MIRROR WATER

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24 11 21

The MIRROR WATER Guide to the Perfect Bath

The MIRROR WATER bathing ritual is thorough and rewarding. It’s about the long game, and we’re here to guide you through it!

By: Julie Tanner for MIRROR WATER 

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05 11 21

A sideways look at the side hustle: Reflections from the MIRROR WATER community

I just want to do something I love. Variations on this phrase underpin our approach to work. The logic makes sense; if we’re going to spend upwards of 40 hours per week on one particular job, we might as well do something we enjoy. But for those who can’t secure their ideal job—for any reason in a constellation of factors including class, health, caring responsibilities, and access to education—turning to a side hustle to make the dream happen outside working hours might hold a strong appeal. But there lies the problem: to what extent does a side hustle exist outside working hours before it becomes even more working hours?

By: Julie Tanner for MIRROR WATER 

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