Many of life’s essential truths need repeating. It’s surprising how easy it is to lose sight of the important things in life. Busy schedules and regular routines have a tendency to put the brain on autopilot.
America has plenty of great mountain towns, but there’s something extra alluring about the alpine villages of Europe. Steeped in history, these tiny towns still maintain an Old World charm and a certain
Adele’s map for moving on: “Send My Love (To Your New Lover)” will show you a new way to bounce back
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Have you ever had the experience of climbing into bed after a long day and not being able to fall asleep? There have been many occasions where I have felt the anxiety and stress of the day haunting me
Illustrator Katie Daisy was raised among the wildflowers and grew up with a deep appreciation for the natural world. This love for warm breezes, feathered friends, and green meadows has stayed with her
Some people get "conditioned" to worry, ruminate, plan, think and engage their brains during the night. This association is not intentionally formed. It's the result of accidental learning. This is amplified
With the help of Paul Ekman, a psychologist who consulted on the 2015 Pixar film "Inside Out," and the data visualization firm Stamen Design, the Dalai Lama has launched a new website meant to give people
“It’s hard being a single father raising a daughter,” Reddit user ClosingDownSummer wrote last week when sharing a watercolor from the Instagram account of a Russian artist who goes by the name of Soosh.
Image: retrostar via Dollar Photo Club When people come to me for help, really what they want is a way out of pain. The pain of being heavier than they think they should be; the pain of being obsessed
I walked out into the middle of the street without looking both ways, forgot to pay parking tickets, lost debit and credit cards regularly and, when I became self-employed, convinced myself everything
I'd never dated anyone who hadn't been on antidepressants, or spent time in a psychiatrist's office. That dark, brooding, introspective type: it draws me in. I used to joke that only men with depression
And for more money. Whether you're looking to sell your house or invest in the value of your home, listen up: From 2014 to 2016, Zillow Digs analyzed more than two million for-sale listings, and found
In 2014, we left Canada for a life of full-time travel. Our first stop was Prague, where we would spend three months. I had been planning for this for 10 years, even before meeting Lissette. But in 2013
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By Jura Koncius Jura Koncius Home and design writer reporting on interiors, decluttering, organizing and entertaining Email Bio Follow Patrick Sutton and his wife could walk to some of the city’s hippest
Think of these coffee doughnut muffins as your favorite breakfast hits all rolled into one. First, there's the cake, rich with butter, a hint of freshly brewed coffee and the subtle tang of buttermilk.