When you make a New Year’s resolution, ensure it comes from your heart, in unison with your head.
Research shows that kindness towards oneself, or self compassion, could improve motivation.
Visa discovered that 35% of consumers say they want to either get their financial house in order or save more money.
The bells are rung, and the horns are blown. Are you among the living? My hope is that you are, and though you may not have your list of resolutions already plotted (I usually don’t have anything hammered out until the end of January, and most don’t take effect until around sometime in June), it’s…
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In 2016, take Catherine Arnold’s advice and make a microresolution or two.
Quentin Hafner says it’s OK for new parents to be honest about what they can and can’t do.
Jordan Gray says your next year can be significantly improved by a better, healthier relationship.
Patty Beach reminds us to look back and reflect on 2015, so that you can launch into 2016 with as much success as possible.
Matthew Sweet has a secret rule for writing. It’s only four words.
Choosing between work and celebrating the holidays can be tough. But do we have to choose?
Jed Diamond is taking the next month off of sugar, and here’s why you should too.
Forget having just one “resolution”, here are 15 ways you can better your life this year.