Have you lost your enthusiasm for life? No sparkle? No pzazz? No bounce? Did you just wake up one morning and find yourself feeling flat? Or did you notice it slowly escaping day after day? Either way, its’ gone, leaving you feeling deflated. Show More Summary
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In The Awakened Eye, Ross Parmenter writes, “How does one bring one’s mind and body back together? The best means is a vacation.” Hmmmm…I think there are many ways a person could answer the question, “How does one bring one’s mind and...Show More Summary
Mindset Mastery Video #7: What is your daily grounding practice and why you might want to have one. Transcript What would you say if I asked you about your daily grounding practice? What does that mean to you? Let’s talk about what that...Show More Summary
A friend in college told me something that I’ve never forgotten, “Never have a crush on just one person. With one crush, it matters too much what’s happening with your crush. With two crushes, if one crush isn’t going well, you think about the other crush.” I’ve found this to be excellent advice, in all sorts of non-crush situations. Show More Summary
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One common stumbling block for parents in the journey to simpler living is the notion that they need to protect their children from envy. They fear because their home will not be filled with all the latest and greatest products on the market, their children will become jealous of other kids. But our role as parents […]
“From the age of six, I had a passion for copying the form of things and since the age of fifty I have published many drawings, yet of all I drew by my seventieth year there is nothing worth taking in to account. At seventy-three years I partly understood the structure of animals, birds, insects and fishes, and the life of grasses and plants. Show More Summary
Several thoughtful readers emailed me to let me know that they spotted my book The Happiness Project in the first episode of HBO’s new dark comedy-drama TV miniseries, Big Little Lies. So of course, my whole family watched the show this...Show More Summary
Because nothing boosts happiness more than a great book, each month, I suggest: — one outstanding book about happiness or habits — one outstanding work of children’s or young-adult literature–I have a crazy passion for kidlit — one eccentric...Show More Summary
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“Patience is decisive indecision.” – James Richardson Ever since we were kids, we’ve been evaluating everything around us. It’s a hardwired human survival instinct that ensures that whatever we come across isn’t a threat to our safety. Show More Summary
Interview: Alan Burdick. I’m fascinated by time, and our perception of time. Of everything I’ve ever written, I think this one-minute video, “The days are long, but the years are short,” is the thing that resonates most with people. So I couldn’t wait to get my hands on Alan Burdick’s new book, Why Time Flies: A Mostly Scientific Investigation. Show More Summary
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It’s time for the next installment of Happier with Gretchen Rubin. It’s our second anniversary! Hard to believe. The days are long, but the years are short. As I mention, if you’d like to buy a cotton Happier t-shirt, in honor of our...Show More Summary
I’ve never been very good at remembering people’s names. Or at least, I’ve never been as good at remembering names as I would like to be. But I’m getting better—and I trace much of the change to a specific event that happened in my life many years ago. Now, I know there are tips and tricks […]
Bea’s gonna talk; you should heed her. And tell all your friends who are readers To pick up her new book, And give it a look, To find out the 9 types of leaders. Beatrice Chestnut gives us an overview of the 9 different leadership styles, and for each Enneagram type, 1 example of how […]
You have a limited number of hours every day to do it all: complete your professional tasks, work on personal projects, spend time with those that matter to you. A quote that I remind myself of daily is: “How we spend our days is, of...Show More Summary
Although disasters are common (there are about 650 reported disasters a year), there is little research on how people deal psychologically with disasters they experience.
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