April 13th, 2013

Getting Things Done: “Organize”

In the third of our five-part series, we offer three efficient ways to get and stay organized from time management expert David Allen:

  1. Control your calendar.
  2. Let meaning be your guide.
  3. Put your future on autopilot.

Read the full article.

April 2nd, 2013
Monkey Mind
Have a hard time stopping racing thoughts? Three experts offer tips for overcoming mental chaos and reclaiming a balanced brain.

Monkey Mind

Have a hard time stopping racing thoughts? Three experts offer tips for overcoming mental chaos and reclaiming a balanced brain.

March 27th, 2013
The Emotional Toll of Clutter
Spring is here — open up your doors and windows and clear things out! Read our feature article from the April 2013 issue to find out the effect that clutter has on your life — and what you can do about it.

The Emotional Toll of Clutter

Spring is here — open up your doors and windows and clear things out! Read our feature article from the April 2013 issue to find out the effect that clutter has on your life — and what you can do about it.

February 14th, 2013

Happy Valentine’s Day!

We’ve put together a slideshow of some of our best relationships articles, covering everything from tips for nurturing healthy and thriving partnerships to thoughtful ways to show love and appreciation to the effects of relationships on our our overall health. Enjoy! (Click on picture to see slideshow.)

February 8th, 2013

Behind the Scenes With Lauren Zander

Learn more about our January cover subject, Lauren Zander, and her tips for setting goals that create lasting change.

January 13th, 2013

A Happy New Year

We recently talked to reader Deb Sweeney, who took an almost scientific approach to eliminating negativity and becoming, what she calls, “a default happy person.” In “A Happy New Year: Deb Sweeney’s Success Story,” she shares exactly how she did it.

Tell us: What do you do to maintain a positive and “default happy” attitude?

January 12th, 2013
The Power of Habit
As you start working on your goals for 2013, are your finding it difficult not to fall into the same, comfortable patterns? 
New York Times reporter Charles Duhigg explores the scientific research about habitual behaviors and what it reveals about how to change them.
What habits are you currently trying to change?

The Power of Habit


As you start working on your goals for 2013, are your finding it difficult not to fall into the same, comfortable patterns? 

New York Times reporter Charles Duhigg explores the scientific research about habitual behaviors and what it reveals about how to change them.

What habits are you currently trying to change?

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