At first glance, it looks like America has never been more connected. According to a 2016 Pew study, social media use among women is at an all-time high: 72 percent of American women are active on social
Depending on who you talk to, estimates are that most of us will spend somewhere between 35 to 50 percent of our waking hours either working or thinking about work. If you are like me, that number is higher.
With all the benefits that come with meditation, it makes sense to set aside a place in your home for this life-enhancing practice, even if it's a space that's technically made for something else. Research
With the constant flood of information and work requests, mindfulness in the workplace is needed now more than ever. Here's how to instill it. Ask any leader in a growth company about their biggest business
The patterns we use to organize ourselves in cities are visible to machines–and in a way that can predict the quality of our lives. How do you identify a neighborhood’s affluence? Turns out, you can do
From Boston to Los Angeles, “mixed use” development, combining residential and commercial properties, is on the rise. The benefits that have been cited for colocating housing and retail establishments
There are development projects and then there are transformational projects—those that change how we live, work, play, and get around our city. This map includes 12 specific projects—either in progress