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4 Critical Reasons Why Our Planet Needs Our Help

“What I stand for is what I stand on.” – Wendell Berry In every epoch in human history, there’s always been some degree of unrest and turmoil. In the early beginnings, it was limited to tribal warfare; later, it escalated to mighty empires...Show More Summary

4 Simple Rules to Regain Perspective on Your Life

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7 Types of Loneliness (and Why It Matters)

One major challenge within happiness is loneliness.  The more I’ve learned about happiness, the more I’ve come to believe that loneliness is a common and important obstacle to consider. To be happy, we need intimate bonds; we need to be able to confide, we need to feel like we belong, we need to be able to get and give support. Show More Summary

WCML 119: Peaceful Productivity 4: Peaceful Time Management - Pace Smith

“Productively manage your time.” Sounds like a steep uphill climb. But that is fallacious! You can feel spacious, And slacking need not be a crime. “not enough time” is a polite lie aligning your time with your priorities WCML 068: Wild Crazy Meaningful Death, with Caitlin Doughty pathfinding reminder: boil shoulds and have-to’s down to […]

7 Ways to Easily Interact With New People

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Podcast 105: Leave on High Note, Childlike Wonder vs. Adultlike Wonder–and What I Eat Every Day.

It’s time for the next installment of  Happier with Gretchen Rubin. Update: In response to our discussion in episode 102, listeners told us the different “missing puzzle pieces” they’d managed to find. Try This at Home: Leave on a high...Show More Summary

Status in a Group Affects Generosity Toward the Group

Groups of people naturally form groups that have status hierarchies. How does someone's status affect their generosity toward other group members?

How to Center Yourself Within 60 Seconds

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Do You Hate to Rush? 11 Tips for Getting Ready Faster in the Morning.

One small but annoying daily challenge? Getting ready each morning. I very much dislike rushing or feeling pressed for time, and fervently agree with Thoreau, who wrote in Walden, “I love a broad margin to my life.” By figuring out easy,...Show More Summary

Start to Bet On Yourself

Mindset Mastery Video #5: Start to bet on yourself and start acting like your own cheerleader. Transcript Start to bet on yourself. Start to become your own cheerleader. Hi there I’m Farnoosh Brock, coach author and speaker and this is the mindset mastery channel. Show More Summary

Why Kids Need Minimalism

Note: This is a guest post from Denaye Barahona of Simple Families. As a child, I had the type of closet that you opened at your own risk. Because when you opened that door, only God knew what barrage of toys, clothes, and “stuff” would come barreling forth. I didn’t know it then, but as a kid–I needed […]

A Little Happier: A Happiness Lesson from the Broadway Show “Oklahoma!”

I often get my “America feeling” — whenever I vote, or serve on a jury (twice), when I see the Statue of Liberty, when I watch Schoolhouse Rock (yes, I’m dating myself with my love of Schoolhouse Rock). The America feeling is a happy,...Show More Summary

Why I Believe in Spiritual Growth

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The Secret to Staying Motivated and Disciplined

“Motivation may get you started but it takes discipline to keep you going.” – Bonnie Pfiester I have plenty of fond memories as a kid, playing in my mother’s garden. One of my favorite playtime activities was observing the ants that crawled around the wide grounds and crevices. Show More Summary

How To Decipher If It’s Time To Let Something Go

Editor’s Note: This is a guest post from Dan Erickson of Hip Diggs. I grew up poor. My family had little money. My dad was the pastor of a small-town church and my mom was a stay-home mom. We didn’t go hungry, but we didn’t have an abundance either. I remember wearing hand-me-downs and relying on […]

“I Have My Four ‘Go-To’ Habits: Go to the Gym, Go to Lunch, Go to Events, Go to Sleep.”

Interview: Tiffany Dufu. Tiffany Dufu is the chief leadership officer to Levo, a fast-growing network for millennial women, and is involved with many endeavors related to making the world a better place. Her new book just hit the shelves, and with a title like that, I knew I couldn’t wait to check it out. Show More Summary

The Pain Of This Day Changed My Life Forever

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Podcast 104: Have a “Life Story Conversation,” Ideas for Travel Beasts, and Dealing with the Emotional Toll of the News.

It’s time for the next installment of  Happier with Gretchen Rubin. We’re coming up on our second anniversary of the show! To celebrate, we want to do an episode of highlihts from the previous year. So if you have a favorite try-this-at-home, a great before-and-after story of something you tried, a favorite funny moment, let us know. Show More Summary

12 Ways To Simplify Your Life And Breathe

Here at Goodlife ZEN we’re all about supporting you to lead a happier and more meaningful life. And one of the main modern diseases that kills happiness and meaning is…complication. Complication is rife in our modern lifestyles: complicated...Show More Summary

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