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The art of feeling satisfied with ourselves and our lives in a world that consistently asks us to do, be, and have more.
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New York Times best-selling author Dan Buettner’s new book offers lessons from experts and the world’s happiest people for boosting the well-being of communities and the people who live in them.
In her compelling new book, Judgment Detox, Gabrielle Bernstein outlines a process to move away from judgment.
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Editor in chief Jamie Martin on slowing down and enjoying the moment.
Even when there's a lot to do, it's still possible to stop racing through life.
Psychologist Emily Esfahani Smith challenges our fixation on happiness and maintains that true satisfaction comes from creating a life of purpose.
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Life Time founder Bahram Akradi on an approach for working toward — and reflecting on — your goals.
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In her fierce new book, White Hot Truth, Danielle LaPorte talks about overcoming self-help fatigue and learning to love yourself.
A skeptical journalist sets out to discover the keys to a happy life — and finds herself changed in the process.
How consuming less can help you enjoy life more.
A longtime Life Time member shares his thoughts on faith, family, and a healthy way of life as he embarks on a country-music career.
How the science-based "positivity resonance" approach to love offers us many chances to experience connection over the course of a day.
Optimal health means working out and eating well, but it also involves making time for activities like reading, art, and music. New research makes the case for these not-so-trivial pursuits.
The author and TED Talk standout shares how we can all find ways to command with compassion.