Find it difficult to just sit with your own inner ramblings? Clinical psychologist Noam Shpancer, PhD, offers advice on taming the tumult and finding some mental peace and quiet.
A recent study shows that personal mobile activity is causing stress for smartphone users.
What is your space saying about you — and what is it doing to your energy, mood and outlook on life?
With just four simple questions, “The Work” founder Byron Katie challenges our notions of what our lives should be.
Three experts offer tips for overcoming mental chaos and reclaiming a balanced brain.
Tips to keep from feeling defeated by life or scared about the future.
Maggie Lyon explains the importance of determining your version of happy.
How performing undemanding tasks can kick-start your creativity.
Social psychologist Jonathan Haidt filters time-tested philosophy about happiness through a modern lens to help you access the good life — from the inside out.
Here’s how to discern between friendly chatter and mean-spirited rumor mongering.
Go behind the scenes at the March cover shoot with NBA point guard Ricky Rubio.
Learn from productivity expert David Allen how to organize your to-do lists based on what is doable and worth doing now.
Random moments of “unproductive” time don’t just make you healthier, happier, and more resilient. They help you work smarter, too.
How sitting up straight can boost your self confidence.
A new assessment can help you determine if you have symptoms of work addiction.
Brent Kessel’s guide to understanding the psychological forces that challenge your financial integrity.
A mother of five realizes her resolution to make positivity habitual.
Learn more about our January cover subject, Lauren Zander, and her tips for setting goals that create lasting change.
Let me be one more supportive soul to tell you (and me) that no matter how far away or blunted our lives feel from the emanation and presence of a deeper consciousness and energy, spirit is always at work and play within us
Why couples who focus on mutual core values are happier.
Psychologists study the relationship between income level and empathy for others.