At her cover shoot for the November issue, Marianne Williamson — best-selling author and spiritual philosopher — explains why taking time each morning for self-reflection is a better way to start your day than, say, turning on the television or reading the newspaper.
A too-busy reality can run you and your loved ones ragged — and do real damage to your family’s happiness in the process. Here’s how to make time for the healthy priorities that really matter.
Americans are getting fewer and fewer days off. This lack of paid vacation, say many experts, doesn’t just translate into less time spent at the beach. An unhealthy work-life balance affects not only our health and well-being, but our families and our society as a whole. Here’s what we can do about it.
For many Americans, the world of work feels a bit like an endless ride — one that’s spinning too fast and feeling more than a little out of control. But just how and why did we get strapped into this craziness? Understand the machinery of your own workaholic tendencies and you’ll be one step closer to switching gears — and maybe even putting on the brakes.