Kyle McCulloch

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The Lazy Way to an Awesome Life: 3 Secrets Backed by Research

We all want an awesome life. And very often you know what you need to do to improve it… but you don’t do it.<p>I don’t blame you. Hey, some of that …

We’ve lost control of our own game

<i>Henry Mintzberg and Karl Moore are professors in McGill University's Desautels Faculty of Management.</i><p>We Canadians may be tough guys on the ice, but off it, we're wimps. We have allowed ourselves to lose control of our own game.<p>We invented hockey. Our kids play it more fervently than kids anywhere …

21 Anxiety Triggers That Might Surprise You

If you suffer from anxiety, you're not alone. Anxiety disorders affect 40 million U.S. adults, according to the Anxiety and Depression Association of America.<p>Doctors typically diagnose patients with Generalized Anxiety Disorder if they suffer from symptoms of anxiety (constant worry, insomnia, …

Depression

Are You a Modern-Day Jedi Master

<b>THE MASTER HERO-TYPE</b><p><b>Powerful, Intuitive, Centered</b><p>Masters are the experts of transformation. If you've reinvented yourself countless times over the course of your life in an effort to discover who you truly are, then it's likely that you're a master. Since masters' constantly work to bridge the gap …

Spirituality

Christian fundamentalism is a capitalist construct: The secret history of American religion

<b>(Wikimedia)</b><p>The origins of modern evangelicalism can all be traced back to the founder of Quaker Oats. A historian explains<p>Daniel Silliman<p>May 13, 2015 8:30pm (UTC)<p>This article originally appeared on Religion Dispatches.<p>Christian fundamentalism was invented in an advertising campaign, according to a …

The City

22 Underrated Perks Of Being Single

Let's face it: "single" is often considered the worst of relationship statuses.<p>So many of us are in such a rush to couple up, we never slow down and take stock of all the small things that make being single so damn wonderful. (Really, who needs a relationship when you have Netflix, pizza and</b> …

New Study Links Facebook To Depression: But Now We Actually Understand Why.

The irony of Facebook is by now known to most. The “social” network has been linked to a surprising number of undesirable mental health consequences: Depression, low self-esteem, and bitter jealousy among them. Now, a new study in the <i>Journal of Social and Clinical Psychology</i> finds that not only do …

Social Media

Is It Time for the Jews to Leave Europe?

For half a century, memories of the Holocaust limited anti-Semitism on the Continent. That period has ended—the recent fatal attacks in Paris and Copenhagen are merely the latest examples of rising violence against Jews. Renewed vitriol among right-wing fascists and new threats from radicalized …

Israel

The Genius Muscle-Building Technique That’s Missing From Your Workout

Here’s a simple way to add more options to your exercise arsenal for bigger and better results<p>If you want to stimulate new muscle growth, you don’t need to radically modify your routine.<p>The fix can be as simple as altering the tempo of an exercise, says BJ Gaddour C.S.C.S., the <i>Men’s Health</i> fitness …

Flipping the Way Students (and Professors) Do College

It hit me one day as I sat in my 8 a.m. financial accounting class. The professor was clicking through his PowerPoint rapidly (a PowerPoint he had not written), pausing for seconds on each problem, answer, problem, answer, saying, "Yes, well you can all do these at home...", when a student raised …

11 Terrible Resume Mistakes That Are Keeping You From Getting Hired

The resume is virtually a prerequisite to gainful employment. But for such an important document, it's astounding how much can go wrong.<p>Bad grammar, flowery language and too many words are just some of the mistakes that can make potential employers toss your resume in the trash.<p>The U.S. job market …

Employment

Guy Perfectly Blends Six Songs to Show How Formulaic Pop Country has Become

To demonstrate how formulaic pop country (and truly all pop music) has become, musician Gregory Todd perfectly blends six chart-topping country songs …

Men's Fashion, Style, Grooming, Fitness, Lifestyle, News & Politics

Comedy Issue<p><i>GQ</i> goes behind the scenes with the resident genius of <i>SNL</i> to see the sketch-comedy master in her element.<p>By Amy Wallace2 days agoView …

17 Things You Didn't Know About Disneyland

There are a ton of secrets Disneyland keeps close to the vest, but that doesn't stop the park from being the happiest place on earth.<p>Whether you're an experienced mouse hunter or new to the Disneyland grind, the park offers tons of hidden corners, attractions and quirks that remain invisible to the …

10 Secret Features Hidden In Your Mac

But there's hope!<p>We've put together some great tips and tricks that can show you how to save time using your Mac, from taking advantage of its hidden calculator to discovering the tiny but useful icon that has been right in front of your face the entire time.

Scientists Found Something Strange When They Looked At The Brains Of Stoners

First, you might notice that a critical part of the brain that helps us process emotions and make decisions appeared smaller than in the brains of the nonsmoker.<p>But you would see something else, too: that the connections passing through that region of the brain were stronger and thicker.<p>Thankfully, …

The Brain

How Sons of Anarchy's Charlie Hunnam Stays Fit – and Why He Left Fifty Shades of Grey

Jax is jacked.<p><i>Sons of Anarchy</i>‘s Charlie Hunnam, who flashes a big smile and even bigger biceps on the December cover of <i>Men’s Health</i> (on newsstands …

Movies

10 Lies You Were Taught In School

Where Millennials Went Wrong and How They're Paying the Price

Millennials messed up and as a result they're paying the price.<p>Here's a few unfortunate facts about Millennials:<p>They contributed $1 trillion to our national student loan debt [Bloomberg]<br>• They are the most educated generation in human history, yet they have the highest share of people who are …

Demographics