Even if you have no interest in being a pop star or the president, beware the siren song of prestige.
You can forge a happier relationship with your devices by using them more mindfully.
Reducing yourself to any single characteristic, whether it be your title or your job performance, is a deeply damaging act.
For starters, hope is better.
What I learned about transcendence from a very boring 100-mile trek
Love isn’t destiny. That’s what makes it so sweet.
Your job doesn’t have to represent the most prestigious use of your potential. It just needs to be rewarding.
Loneliness is a far bigger problem than a distaste for hard work.
Accepting an apology or brushing off a slight can benefit the offender and the offended alike—but only if you really commit to it.
A little laugh goes a long way.
A pandemic puppy can increase your well-being—if you choose one for the right reasons.
The act of migration involves taking risks in pursuit of a meaningful reward and having faith in the future. Everyone should try to live more like that.
Feelings are contagious—but you can help your loved ones when they’re sad without sacrificing your own good mood.
Well-being is far from universal. Here are four models to help you understand the world—and your own mind.
Individualism is about having the freedom to be who you are—not going it alone.
Having pride in your country can lead to greater well-being, but only if you do it right.
And seven other rules for a happy vacation
Sacrificing for their kids makes fathers happier. Acknowledging that sacrifice will make everyone happier.
To get better sleep, stop treating it like a chore.
There’s plenty wrong in the world. Acting gloomy won’t fix any of it.