Not even the best soundproof headphones can drown out a whiny companion.
If you haven't visited the dentist in a year—or a decade—here's how to get ready and what to expect.
From recipe apps to those that help you study more efficiently, there's something great for everyone.
In which we tell you all the little tricks that experienced gym rats know and you don't.
Looking at old photos and remembering good times can deepen your connection with your partner.
How to help yourself—and others—if you're struggling with anxiety, depression, or both.
«“I tend to recommend seeking help when a person begins to feel that their mental health concerns are interfering with their life,”»
We all deal with anxiety in some form or another, whether it's when you're pulled over by the cops or about to give a speech in front of a crowd. But for some, anxiety is a much stronger, more fearsome force—one that never goes away. But what is anxiety exactly, and what's going on in your mind (and your body) when anxiety strikes? How do you cope when it takes hold?
Body language is a huge part of how we communicate with other people. However, most of us only have an intuitive knowledge of non-verbal communication at best. Fortunately, if reading body language…
You can learn a lot from the body language of others but, as social psychologist Amy Cuddy points out, your body language has a major impact on you as well.
Analyze your current gig and consider what you'd need from a new one using some classic psychology.
«In 1943, psychologist Abraham Maslow came up with the hierarchy of needs, a ranking of what you have to have fulfilled in your life to reach self-actualization»
Different types of burnout require different solutions.
«burnout also consists of cynicism, which is often a sense of alienation from others, as well a reduced sense of efficacy, such as feeling helpless or incompetent.»
It may seem like some people are born likable, but everyone is capable of developing charisma. No matter your personality, there are certain traits you can practice and apply to your own behavior that can possibly make you seem more magnetic, trustworthy, and influential. Here are the basics to developing charisma.
Charisma, that irresistible magnetism some people possess, is often thought of as trait you’re born with—you either have it or you don’t. In The Charisma Myth, however, author Olivia Fox Cabane explains that charisma is a skill you can learn, and she explains exactly how with examples, exercises, and practical tips you can try with anyone.
As a fan of music, I’d love to learn how to make a song. Devoting time to learning music theory, however, isn’t exactly on my list of priorities. Music lessons are intimidating, they’re a little…
If you've always wanted to learn more about song writing and the structure of music, but don't know where to start, this free online book is filled to the brim with pages that make understanding music theory easy.
Because kids are a joy and a blessing and can truly mess up a weekend.
A bank of one-liners can help solve a lot of small problems.
Your avocado toast or morning coffee is not to blame for your debt.
Get your side hustle off the ground at basically no starting costs—just a little savvy.
Not all spice needs to set your mouth on fire. Here are a few ways to add heat to your meals in a controlled manner.
Peanut brittle is cheap, the recipes are short, and it'll get you used to working with molten sugar syrup.
If you want to start a fitness routine, running is one of the easiest—and cheapest—things you can do. But how do you start running, especially if you really, really suck at it? (I’m talking “running…
Yes, you can (probably) run on a local school track—here's what to do when you get there.
Stress and depression have a lot of overlapping symptoms, but the treatment is different.
«Stress is something that is phasic for most people. You have a stressful period and you come out of it,»
But when am I going to find time to set aside time to stress?
These "mind tricks" are backed by actual science and research.
Everyone has these common cognitive biases—even you.
«tendency to overestimate our abilities»
Don't be the jerk who ruins everyone else's flight with your egg sandwich.
You’re not crazy: Some of the stuff you buy at the grocery store is getting smaller.
You’re taught about history, science, and math when you’re growing up. Most of us, however, aren’t taught how to identify or deal with our own emotions, or the emotions of others. These skills can be valuable, but you’ll never get them in a classroom.
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