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Aug 30, 2022

Transitions aren’t always easy, even when we’re looking forward to them. There’s fear and doubt about the unknown, and anxiety about making the right decision. And transitions always force us to find new ways of making life work.

So today I’m simply sharing some thoughts on my new season of life as a working...

Aug 23, 2022

What made you smile today?

If it’s tough to answer this, you’re not alone. We get overwhelmed with all the things of life—work, home, kids—that it’s easy to miss the small moments that would bring us joy. 

Catherine Price is a science journalist and author who is passionate about helping people make positive...

Aug 16, 2022

Our instinct as parents can be to hold our kids so tightly in order to protect and guide them into the life we want for them. Sadly, such a tight rein sometimes squashes their unique traits—pieces of them that should be celebrated and allowed space to learn and grow in their own way.

In a society that likes to...

Aug 9, 2022

Do you find yourself sometimes blaming your current unhappiness and dissatisfaction on past choices? While that’s a common sentiment, regret can actually have a positive effect on our lives. The trick is to find the gift in our regret, and learn from it as we move forward.

Author Dan Pink has collected over 16,000...

Aug 2, 2022

Why is it so hard to create good habits? We think that if we can find enough motivation and discipline, we should be able to accomplish our goals. The problem? We think we have to go big or go home—and so we set ourselves up for failure.

B.J. Fogg, a behavior scientist at Stanford, explains why tiny habits are the key...