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5 Cheap And Delicious Dinners To Cook This Week

Four people, five nights, $50. It doesn't get any cheaper than that.<p>Your safest bet is to make them all within a week of grocery shopping to ensure that the ingredients stay fresh. It's not the biggest deal if you do it over the course of 10 days or so.<p>If you don't plan on making the arugula salad …

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18 Delicious Ice Cream Sandwiches That'll Instantly Make You Happy

Tall stacks of cookies and ice cream make all dreams seem so reachable.

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Resilience Through Mindful Leadership

The movement to develop mindful leaders in business is at a tipping point, as interest from corporations, educational institutions and the media continues to grow. As Arianna Huffington recently pointed out on CNBC's <i>Squawk Box</i>: "The tipping point was very evident at the World Economic Forum in …

Arianna Huffington's Smith College Commencement Speech On 'Redefining Success: The Third Metric'

Arianna Huffington, president and editor-in-chief of The Huffington Post, delivered the commencement address at Smith College Sunday, where she dared the graduates of the all-female college to change how they define success.<p>Success has largely been determined by money and power, Huffington argued, …

Theories on Why Women Don't Enjoy Succeeding at Work as Much as Men Do

New research suggests that men are more likely to reap the emotional benefits of doing well in their careers than women are.<p>In yesterday's <i>New York Times</i> opinions section, three University of Toronto sociologists published an article with an unfortunate headline--"When Leaning In Doesn't Pay …

How to Get Rid of Fruit Flies

<i>Today, we're re-running one of our summertime references. A disclaimer: N</i><i>o fruit flies were harmed or killed in the writing of this post. (But we can't say we'd be sad if they had been.)</i><p>What's the only creature that loves fruit more than you do? Fruit flies. In the world of science, they're known …

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Thai Iced Tea Float Recipe By HonestlyYUM Is Sheer Brilliance (PHOTO)

The team at HonestlyYUM is making us thirsty again.<p>What's better than iced tea? Thai iced tea. What's better than Thai iced tea? A Thai iced tea float with condensed milk ice cream.<p>The team at HonestlyYUM is at it again, turning out recipes that alternately make our stomachs growl and our brains …

Cookie Dough Recipes That Were Never Meant To Be Baked

Feel free to lick the spoon.<p>You wouldn't choose to eat a raw potato over a sizzling, cooked french fry. Nor would you want to snack on a marinated chicken breast before it fully bakes. But you <i>so</i> would joyously indulge in cookie dough, much before you shape it into balls to rise in the oven.<p>This is …

Huffington Issue 51: The Third Metric

In this week’s issue of <i>Huffington</i>, we look beyond money and power, toward a new definition of success. In a package prefaced by Arianna Huffington, we present a range of ideas that will be explored in more depth at HuffPost’s first-ever women’s conference — "The Third Metric" — hosted by Arianna …

Third Metric: Recommended Reading For The Huffington Post's Women's Conference

At a time when stress levels in the workplace are higher than ever before and young people are coming of age as America's "most stressed generation," we need a new way to define success beyond the two standard metrics of wealth and power. To define a new "third metric" of success, leaders from the …

Third Metric: Who's Helping To Redefine Success At HuffPost's Women's Conference (PHOTOS)

On Thursday, June 6, Arianna Huffington and Mika Brzezinski will host The Huffington Post's first-ever women's conference, "The Third Metric: Redefining Success Beyond Money & Power."<p>At the event, a group of inspirational leaders will gather to discuss how we can measure success beyond money and …

How I Moved Beyond the Label 'Somewhat Aspirational'

I remember four years ago, I was asked to fill in at the very last minute to host at an event full of cosmetics CEOs (Leeza Gibbons had cancelled). One powerful guest -- a woman high up in the world of "beauty" -- was surprised to see me. She hadn't heard about the last-minute changes.<p>"Ah well," …

Huffington This Week: Our Moment

This week's issue is dedicated to redefining success -- a theme, as it happens, that is also at the center of The Huffington Post women's conference Mika Brzezinski and I are co-hosting next week called "The Third Metric: Redefining Success Beyond Money & Power."<p>In the middle of an important debate …

Arianna Talks Third Metric On Today Show

Arianna appeared on The Today Show on Wednesday morning to discuss the Third Metric. The women's conference will take place on June 6th and focus on redefining success in life and in the workplace.<p>Describing the third metric, Arianna said, "It's leaning in and also leaning back, leaning back in …

The Armature of Success

Suppose you set out to create a sculpture that epitomized "success." You might create an image of a well-educated professional, replete with power, wealth and status. Or you might create a group sculpture, depicting people bonded by mutual love and support. In one image, success comes from …

The Third Metric Brings Neoclassical Economics Back to Basics

"Greed is good" -- a maxim that is boldly branded on the forehead of many neoclassical economists. Consumption and production are regarded as the sole ends of life. Sacrifice, self-reflection and all that is sacred is looked upon with disdain. So, it is indeed noble that Arianna Huffington has …

How Success Flexibility Creates Opportunity, On and Off the Job

For almost two decades, I've worked in the trenches to create more flexible workplaces and to give people the skills to find, what I call, their unique work+life "fit."<p>I'm often asked, "If you had to give one piece of advice, what would it be?" After I say, "See the countless possible ways work can …

My Dreams, My Life, My Journey As a Thai-American Female Sportscaster

In life, sometimes, we lose hope. Sometimes, we get frustrated. And sometimes, destiny will step in to give us a little boost to restore our faith. And that's exactly what happened in 2006. Just when I was ready to give up, begin a new journey and veer off into a completely different path, life …

The Myth of Finding Your Purpose

Just thinking about "finding your purpose" exercises can make folks sweat and pace -- especially this time of year. Like it or not, we're at a precipice. We're being called to leap into new beginnings and all that jazz.<p>Lately, I've been working on being softer towards myself. Kinder. Slower. Why? …

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Happiness Tips: 5 Things You Need To Know About Your Pursuit Of Joy

What’s the one thing you need to be your best, happiest, most successful self?<p>According to Rolf Dobelli, the answer is ... nothing.<p>"We do not know what makes us happy or successful," the author of "The Art of Thinking Clearly," told The Huffington Post in an interview. "But we do know for sure what …

A Road Map to Success

I have been repeatedly informed that one's thirties are the most productive decade of life. As a woman entering this period, I am eager to refine my road map for success. I use the term "road map," as I think it is essential to remain flexible and continually redefine success along one's journey. …

Defining Success

I like the idea of a "third metric," but first let me say that power and money were never my first two metrics. Maybe they should have been, because I would have liked the power to end the "Orphan Crisis" and I would have liked more money to financially support both my foundation and myself so I'd …

How Embracing Feminine Values Will Save Us All and Create a Society That Truly Thrives

If you've been paying any attention lately, you know that women's leadership is a hot topic right now. It's about time! I'm especially inspired by Arianna's work with The Third Metric, which is adding a valuable perspective to this important conversation. As a woman's leadership expert and coach, …

A Meaningful Life

I was a child of the '70s, and for the first half of my life, almost everything I believed about success came from my parents. Both were the children of immigrants, and both valued the choices and comforts that came with wealth. Money was a big topic of conversation in our house: who had it and who …

Your Happiness Comes First

Pretty much everything you've ever been told about what will make you happy and secure is wrong.<p>You shouldn't be surprised to hear that. In your heart, you know that you've been listening to the two least trustworthy sources in the world. The first is the people who want to sell you the idea that …

A Work/Life Legacy? Or Just A Prologue?

<i>Last night I received a Work Life Legacy Award from the Families and Work Institute. The fact that I have the deepest admiration of the organization and its founder, Ellen Galinsky, coupled with the fact that my fellow recipients form the backbone of the life/work movement in this country, made it</i> …

Giving Your Way to Happiness

Sex and giving -- what do these two things have in common? They both feel fantastic! In fact, giving stimulates the same part of the brain that is charged up when we have sex. No wonder it's addictive. Like giving, making love reflects our passion, but it often happens in a spontaneous, unplanned …

Sometimes, 'Right Where You Started From' Is Right Where You Belong (At Least Right Now)

One of my favorite parables illustrating differing visions of success is about a Mexican fisherman and an American banker. It goes like this:<p>An American investment banker was on a much-needed vacation in a small coastal Mexican village when a small boat with one fisherman docked.<p>The banker was …

Unclassifiable and Curious

I am truly grateful for the challenges and experiences that have shaped my life and where I am today. Just a few years ago, my sister and I were homeless refugees, moving from country to country, and today, as a Yale graduate, I am honored to be invited to this discussion of The Third Metric at The …