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One Day at a Time

Taking one step at a time makes life much easier to navigate, rather than always looking at the big picture.   The years of our life do not arrive all at once; they greet us day by day. With the... Continue Reading →

From Gloom To Gratitude: 8 Skills To Cultivate Joy

Feel like you're living under a rain cloud? Life not going your way? Lots of us have a bit of Eeyore's angst and gloom. But here's the good news (sorry to be so cheery): You can be taught to have... Continue Reading →

Want to Feel Years Younger? This Groundbreaking Study Tells You How (It’s Not As Hard As You Think)

Are you concerned with how old you look? What about how young you feel? A recent study at North Carolina State University explores the psychology of aging, and reveals what affects how young older adults feel. In particular, researchers found... Continue Reading →

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Why I Hope to Die at 75 | Opinions​ on this article?

Seventy-five. That’s how long I want to live: 75 years. This preference drives my daughters crazy. It drives my brothers crazy. My loving friends think I am crazy. They think that I can’t mean what I say; that I haven’t... Continue Reading →

Insecurity

There is an innate awkwardness to being human. With each decision we make, there is the potential for self-doubt, and it is this self-doubt that forms the root of insecurity--a complex emotion that is a mix of equal parts inadequacy,... Continue Reading →

Your Last Breath

Sometimes the only way we can see the beauty of life, is to remind ourselves that it is finite. Procrastination is an almost universal human habit and one that infiltrates nearly every aspect of our lives. Modern existence is so... Continue Reading →

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Reflections on Aging

March 9, 2017,   7 minute read by Mark Manson Today is my 33rd birthday. And because I’m so old now, I wanted to take an opportunity to make some observations about the experience of aging. Your early 30s are an interesting... Continue Reading →

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