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via Upworthy by James Gaines Scientists tested 3 ways to psych yourself up. One was the clear winner Let's say you're playing a game of soccer and it's not going well. It's been a long, tough game so far, and while everyone on your team has been playing...

via BusinessInsider by Mikael Cho Research finds that people are happiest on Saturdays — here's how to recreate 'weekend happiness' every day We're happiest on Saturdays at 7:26 p.m. At least that's what this survey found. Yet while the exact time of 7:26 p.m. seems strange, there have...

via LifeHack by Kristen Danley-Greiner Success isn’t limited to just how far you’ve climbed up the corporate ladder, but other aspects of your life, too, such as instilling a healthy balance between work and family, pursuing and achieving various goals and dreams, and simply embracing who...

via the Huffington Post by Lindsay Holmes New Year's resolutions often focus on improving physical health, but what if you focused on mental health this year? While the culture at large often dismisses mental self-care, in part because of the stigma against those facing mental illness, emotional...

Achieving happiness, I believe, requires little more than practicing a few simple disciplines each and every day. And so with your happiness in mind, I'm very happy to share with you this great article listing 11 things super happy people do every day to boost and...

I love this article! I frequently talk about how we can enjoy more happiness by reducing the extent to which we allow things to annoy or irritate us. Much of this, and much of happiness more generally comes down to expectations; but this article also touches on...

The anatomy of meaningful work - by Nico Rose via Fulfillment Daily The Challenge: Sometimes finding meaningful work seems to be just a mix of luck and intuition. The Science: A recent study reveals common components of fulfilling work. The Solution: Use these gauges to find work that is...

via News.com.au by Nela Canovic YOU may be smart, but without emotional intelligence your career will suffer. So-called “soft skills” are vital for navigating complex social situations. Communication, language, personal habits and empathy with others all play a role. For example, a key soft skill is discretion —...