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via Psychology Today by Arash Emamzadeh Well-being is an important and popular topic; indeed, I have previously written about various ways to promote well-being—purchasing experiences vs. things, nurturing character strengths, not thinking of time as money, etc. Another way to achieve well-being is to engage in meaningful activities. In today’s...

via Tiny Buddha by Malia Bradshaw “The better you feel about yourself, the less you feel the need to show off.” ~Robert Hand The first vivid memory I have of anxiety is when I was only seven years old. I sat in math class, gripped with fear...

via Happiful by Katherine Wheeler Follow these tips to harness pockets of positivity when you’re going through periods of helplessness We all feel hopeless every now and then – whether it stems from anxiety about things that are out of our hands, or in situations where the...

via the HBR by Alice Boyes Often, we’re our own worst critic. When we feel anxious or frustrated, we talk to ourselves more harshly than we’d find acceptable by anyone else. I blew that presentation. Everyone on my team has such strong technical skills; I can’t...

via A Life of Productivity by Chris Bailey It’s one of life’s classic quandaries: what ultimately makes us happier, more time or more money?   Ashley Whillans’ research points firmly at time. Ashley is a behavior scientist and Harvard Business School professor who is fascinated by how time, money, and happiness influence...

via the Ladders by C W Headley The extraordinary year that was 2020 (and 2021 is shaping up to also be a doozy) has changed the way people view happiness. After reviewing life satisfaction statistics from several different countries, new research finds that age is...