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Forget 'Lifehacks.' Form Good Habits Instead.
Habits

Forget 'Lifehacks.' Form Good Habits Instead.

A small selection of shortcuts are useful and meaningful, but don't be fooled by the illusion of progress.
Gregory Ciotti
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What's Really Killing You (and It Isn't Ebola)
Personal Health

What's Really Killing You (and It Isn't Ebola)

You're probably doing something dangerous as you read this, and it's shortening your lifespan.
John Brubaker
Key to Career Success? Finding the Right Spouse.
Relationships

Key to Career Success? Finding the Right Spouse.

Finding a conscientious partner in life makes the difference between career stress and career success, a study finds.
Lisa Evans
7 Entirely Reasonable Excuses for Doing Nothing That You Must Ignore to Succeed
Personal Development

7 Entirely Reasonable Excuses for Doing Nothing That You Must Ignore to Succeed

If you can't get started because you need more time, money and helpful contacts, turn off the TV, do things on the cheap and meet some people.
Daniel DiPiazza
Calling All Chocolate Lovers: Cocoa May Improve Age-Related Memory Loss
Memory

Calling All Chocolate Lovers: Cocoa May Improve Age-Related Memory Loss

Unfortunately, that doesn't translate into eating all the chocolate in sight.
Laura Entis
How to Run a Business and Keep Your Weekends Too
Stress Management

How to Run a Business and Keep Your Weekends Too

While entrepreneurs sacrifice a lot for their businesses, taking weekend breaks are needed.
Deborah Sweeney
American 'Work Martyrs' Are Too Afraid to Take Time Off, Study Finds
Vacations

American 'Work Martyrs' Are Too Afraid to Take Time Off, Study Finds

Last year, Americans willfully neglected $52.4 billion worth of time-off benefits.
Geoff Weiss
No-Vacation Nation: Why Americans Feel That PTO Is NSFW
Work-Life Balance

No-Vacation Nation: Why Americans Feel That PTO Is NSFW

A look at why U.S. workers are afraid to take time off.
Michelle Juergen
Leading Scientists Question 'Brain Games' Effectiveness, Call for More Research
Memory

Leading Scientists Question 'Brain Games' Effectiveness, Call for More Research

Companies like Luminosity that are making 'brain games' are capitalizing on older individuals' fears of cognitive decline by making 'exaggerated and misleading claims' unfounded in scientific evidence, they contend.
Laura Entis
In the Age of Infinite Information, the Real Skill is Knowing What You Can Trust
Personal Development

In the Age of Infinite Information, the Real Skill is Knowing What You Can Trust

When everyone can get a million hits on Google in a millisecond or watch news 24 hours a day, learning to spot spin and hidden agendas is crucial.
Eddy Ricci
How to Make Sleeping on Business Trips Less of a Nightmare
Travel Tips

How to Make Sleeping on Business Trips Less of a Nightmare

Send business-trip sleep issues packing.
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Taylor Swift Tops the Charts With This Surprising 8-Second 'Single'
pop culture

Taylor Swift Tops the Charts With This Surprising 8-Second 'Single'

Silence speaks louder than words, and static sells more records than a song.
Carly Okyle
Meet the CEO Who Took His Teen Son to a $55 Million Funding Meeting
Family

Meet the CEO Who Took His Teen Son to a $55 Million Funding Meeting

The CEO of a marketing and sales software company used a business trip as an opportunity to bond with his 18 year old.
Matthew Toren
There Are 8 Indispensable Elements of Real Wealth and 7 Aren't Money
Higher Purpose

There Are 8 Indispensable Elements of Real Wealth and 7 Aren't Money

There is no contradiction between realizing financial security is crucial to happiness and that money really isn't everything.
Peter Voogd