Stop saying "smooth," to start. I keep an empty mini bottle of vintage I.W. Harper on my bar—not because it's worth $9.99 according to eBay, but because once in a while I like to unscrew the top and take
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Since Robert K. Greenleaf wrote his seminal essay, The Servant as Leader, the servant leadership movement has risen from obscurity to the very principles of how the most successful companies on the planet
Cookboomarked! is our new series where we review the latest cookbooks from the foodie influencers you follow. Check back often to find out which new releases are worth your hard-earned cash and the recipes
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When a Yale University psychology professor set out to teach a new course on how to be happy, the reaction was stunning. When Yale University psychology professor Laurie Santos set out to teach a new on
The First 6 Pages of Bill Gates's Favorite Book Will Change Your Life (and the Next 500 Pages Aren't Bad Either)
If you're pessimistic about the state of world today, Bill Gates and Harvard psychology professor Steven Pinker have a message for you: "This bleak assessment of the state of the world is wrong. And not
Did you know that you can make the most amazing pizza dough with just two ingredients? Sound too good to be true? Perhaps, but after you try this fun food hack, you’ll forget all about delivery and want
Life is a gift that has been given to you. It is in your hands to make the best out of it--dare to believe that you can. Through the ups and downs, you'll find a lesson to learn that will make you a better
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Early or late: One senior says ignore the conventional wisdom of waiting to take Social Security. Take it at 62.
By Michelle Singletary Michelle Singletary Personal finance columnist Email Bio Follow Columnist My husband and I are in a great debate about when to start collecting Social Security. I want to delay benefits