SHOWING ARTICLES TAGGED WITH Joy

Changing little by little—no big, scary leap—is the best way to live life to the fullest.

Act: Start Living Your Life With Purpose and Joy

Changing little by little—no big, scary leap—is the best way to live life to the fullest.

by Rich Feller

Research shows the more value we put on our time, the greater our happiness becomes.

If You Crave Joy, More Time Trumps More Money

Research shows the more value we put on our time, the greater our happiness becomes.

by Sarah Mahoney

These strategies will bring your joie de vivre bouncing back to life.

Has Your Passion Taken a Powder?

These strategies will bring your joie de vivre bouncing back to life.

by Janice Holly Booth

Why adults’ happiness may be declining, and what we can do to find more joy.

Chasing Happiness’ Sweet Spot

Why adults’ happiness may be declining, and what we can do to find more joy.

by Sarah Mahoney

 My passion for cooking (and eating) has mirrored the various stages of my life

The Joy of Food

My passion for cooking (and eating) has mirrored the various stages of my life

by Janice Holly Booth

  I can pinpoint the very day I fell in love with the outdoors

My Love Affair With Nature

I can pinpoint the very day I fell in love with the outdoors

by Janice Holly Booth

Sharing laughter makes people more willing to share intimate details

Want Someone To Open Up To You?

Sharing laughter makes people more willing to share intimate details

by Janice Holly Booth

Being intentional about couple time pays off big

Put Your Work Ethic To Work in Your Relationship

Being intentional about couple time pays off big

by Janice Holly Booth

 What new findings about religion and spirituality mean for all of us

Why You Need More Awe and Wonder

What new findings about religion and spirituality mean for all of us

by Sarah Mahoney

 What bonobos know about spirit and life change

Why Play Matters—Especially If You’ve Been an Adult for Decades

What bonobos know about spirit and life change

by Sarah Mahoney

 New research rates it just as beneficial as aerobic exercise for lowering some heart risks

Yoga For Your Heart

New research rates it just as beneficial as aerobic exercise for lowering some heart risks

by Sarah Mahoney

On this issue, men and women achieve equality. Finally, we want the same things when finding a mate

What We Prize Most in a Mate

On this issue, men and women achieve equality. Finally, we want the same things when finding a mate

by Janice Holly Booth

 Ditch perfectionism and make your fifties your slacker decade

Why You Should Lower the Bar on Your Life

Ditch perfectionism and make your fifties your slacker decade

by Sarah Mahoney

 Hitting the dating scene at midlife? Know your power and own it

Better Looking People Are NOT Having More Sex

Hitting the dating scene at midlife? Know your power and own it

by Janice Holly Booth

One group is nonconformist and intelligent, the other is livelier and more outgoing

Are You a Cat Person or a Dog Person?

One group is nonconformist and intelligent, the other is livelier and more outgoing

by Sarah Mahoney

Learning to play a musical instrument, writing a story, or shaping clay on a potter’s wheel all stimulate the brain. They provide novelty, problem-solving and complexity—a crucial triad of ingredients for maintaining brain fitness while also being fun, meaningful and satisfying.

Playing Music Can Make You Smarter

Learning to play a musical instrument, writing a story, or shaping clay on a potter’s wheel all stimulate the brain. They provide novelty, problem-solving and complexity—a crucial triad of ingredients for maintaining brain fitness while also being fun, meaningful and satisfying.

by Francine Toder

Stop letting lame excuses cripple your resolve to be who you always wanted to be. It’s time to resurrect your passion

Dreams for Sale: Never Before Used!

Stop letting lame excuses cripple your resolve to be who you always wanted to be. It’s time to resurrect your passion

by Janice Holly Booth

Psychologist Francine Toder braved cello lessons in her sixties, to discover beautiful music and a brighter brain.

Go Ahead, Make Music. It’ll Boost Your Brain

Psychologist Francine Toder braved cello lessons in her sixties, to discover beautiful music and a brighter brain.

by Francine Toder