A handy reading list featuring not-so-speculative dystopian fiction, political memoirs, and cautionary tales from Nazi Germany. One of the many stark differences between the 44th and 45th Presidents of
How much do you read? For most of my adult life I read maybe five books a year — if I was lucky. I’d read a couple on vacation and I’d always have a few slow burners hanging around the bedside table for
If you haven't heard of bullet journaling yet, prepare to see it everywhere — it's going to be the next KonMari of organizational methods. A large community of people are obsessed with bullet journaling
I’m a skeptic about many things, and this definitely includes any methods or products that promise to be “life-changing” or “magical.” It’s not that I don’t want to believe that my life can be changed
Do voters want competence from their elected officials? In an intriguing new paper (pdf), a pair of Harvard business professors argue that a certain segment of voters—primarily lower educated and rural—will
Your hopes were high, and now they've been dashed. You received a curt, "Thanks, but no thanks" for an opportunity you were really excited about. There's no way around it -- rejection is tough for all
"I was a daisy-fresh girl and look what you've done to me." ― Vladimir Nabokov, Lolita "The Girls" is gorgeous, disquieting, and really, really good. Set mostly in the Bay Area at the tail end of the the
In place of our usual staff picks this week, we’ve asked five contributors from our new Summer issue to write about what they’re reading. It’s coming. The Mister Softee Jingle will clang down on you like
Here are six exercises to get you started. Fitness comes down to two simple things: 1) doing what helps you, and 2) not doing what hurts you. Most active people are great at the first part—they lift weights,
Be prepared. And smug. If you're anything like us, you probably like to read the book before seeing the movie. This year, as usual, Hollywood is adapting a slew of books—fiction and nonfiction—into films.
Seven rules so you can follow through on that resolution. For 2017, over half of Americans will make New Year's resolutions to do things like lose weight, get fit, and eat healthier. But how many actually
What is the single best way to stay motivated and energized every single day? How do highly successful people maintain their motivation—and continue to chase their toughest goals—through an entire year?