How the spirit of generosity can create more joy and meaning in our lives — starting now.
The art of feeling satisfied with ourselves and our lives in a world that consistently asks us to do, be, and have more.
Harnessing your creative capacity can reduce your compulsion to consume — and enhance your joy in living.
When we’re laid low by some malady, what would happen if we welcomed the pain rather than trying to escape from it? My recent attempts produced rather mixed results.
Emily Esfahani Smith’s four pillars of meaning can help anyone dealing with the stresses of daily life.
Why it’s important to move beyond our gender-based expectations.
In her compelling new book, Judgment Detox, Gabrielle Bernstein outlines a process to move away from judgment.
Editor in chief Jamie Martin on how to give and receive love.
For many of us, receiving presents can be stressful. Learn how to respond gratefully — while still communicating your limits.
Morita therapy offers a philosophical, tough-love approach to undoing your own undoings.
These strategies can help us be more present in the here and now.
Even when there’s a lot to do, it’s still possible to stop racing through life.
When anxiety knocks you down, try these 24 simple techniques to regain your balance.
Susan Kaiser Greenland offers insights on how meditation can benefit kids and adults alike.
Results from a new quiz highlight some key factors that may affect how many sublime moments you feel.
Pessimistic people are more likely to die from heart disease and have a shorter life in general, according to two recent studies.
How consuming less can help you enjoy life more.
A bustling holiday season has this mom seeking silence more than ever.
It’s the most wonderful time of the year. But does it need to be the most chaotic?
Brighten up any season with these easy-to-make paper lanterns.
Slowing down to chew your food offers a bounty of benefits. Follow these tips to get the most out of your meals.