If you’re just eating one dish, you’re missing out.
The period before time off can be so intense that people need, well, a vacation to recover from it.
The warmth and care of an existing friendship is a great foundation for a romantic relationship—even if it feels scary to take the leap.
One partner—any partner—proposes. Later, the other one does too.
In many households, men think like helpers and women think like managers. A gender expert’s new book suggests ways for couples to escape that dynamic.
Seeing news of mass shooting after mass shooting can produce both a stress response and a cynical sense that nothing will change.
Sabbaticals can give people an invaluable opportunity to rest and reflect on their identity beyond their job.
We made an interactive calculator—with help from a mathematician—that bypasses the confusion about what “fashionably late” means and tells you definitively when to arrive.
Couples who share every task, rather than having their own separate to-do lists, tend to be more satisfied with their relationship.
Couples’ choices about how to share money require trade-offs between togetherness and autonomy.
It’s not just a financial commitment. It can alter people’s relationships to a community, a place, and even time.
Anything helps—we shouldn’t overthink it. But we should still, well, think it.
The Senate is proposing to make daylight saving time permanent. Is that the best option?
After two years of living with the coronavirus, we’re suffering from “narrative fatigue.”
As Omicron recedes, the COVID-cautious can reassess what’s possible. It’s time to figure out a way to live that feels sustainable in the long term.
The analogy is accurate—in many unhealthy, manipulative, and toxic ways.
Parents used to want kids to fit in. Now they want them to stand out.
There won’t be a perfect moment anytime soon—but that shouldn’t stop you if you’re ready.
The Omicron variant has brought a special level of chaos to classrooms, and some teens say their schools aren’t doing enough to protect them.
Today’s norms of responsiveness are ridiculous. We shouldn’t apologize for failing to meet them.