Infographic: Why Volunteering is Good for You
You want to give back and do good. But, let's admit it, you need some motivation. We've got it for you, by the many ways volunteering is good for you - not just those people you're helping out.
We wanna help make your life a little brighter. Maybe your space needs some redecorating or maybe you want to throw the best pool party ever. Well, we’ve got everything you need to make those dreams come true! Also, don’t forget to invite us to that pool party…
INFOGRAPHIC: Why "Me" Time Makes a Huge Difference to Your Happiness
Having time for ourselves reboots our brains, enhances our relationships, and even makes us more productive. Here's how to get more
Are you clinging or savoring? - The Aesthetics of Joy by Ingrid Fetell Lee
Though the distinction can be subtle, this shift in mindset can make a world of difference in your joy, happiness, and wellbeing.
9 ways to make working from home more joyful - The Aesthetics of Joy by Ingrid Fetell Lee
If you're new to working from home, there's a lot of advice out there about how to stay productive and sane. But why not enjoyable too? In this post, I share ideas for creating a workspace and routines that will make working from home a true delight.
41 Science-Based Actions For A More Meaningful Life
Happiness, resilience, connection, and kindness: these aren't just central qualities of a well-lived life, but "skills that can be
Five Science-Backed Strategies for More Happiness, by Kira M. Newman
Happy people are healthier; they get sick less often and live longer. They have more friends, make more money and are more productive at work. Decades of research show that happiness is not just a personal issue, but a matter of public health, global economics, and national well-being. Although it isn't easy, there are some proven methods...
Recalculating... Finding your bearings in a crisis - The Aesthetics of Joy by Ingrid Fetell Lee
In the midst of a crisis, it's natural to feel disoriented and a bit lost. How can we recalculate and adapt to our current circumstances, so that we can find our way back toward joy?