Entries tagged with “Life Changes”
Moving is exciting—and stressful. Here are ways to make your new space feel more “you.”
Warning: Yoga may cause you to reassess your life's purpose and—gasp!—go for it.
Think of yourself as a leaf on a tree. Contributing what we can while realizing we’re not indispensable releases us to appreciate our own life cycle.
Break the NormsQuestioning Everything You Think You Know about God and Truth, Life and Death, Love and SexBy Chandresh BhardwajSounds TrueAre you ready to overhaul your life and fr…
Professional Troublemaker: The Fear-Fighter ManualBy Luvvie Ajayi JonesPENGUIN LIFE/VIKING Imposter syndrome is real—just ask Luvvie Ajayi Jones, author of the New York Times be…
Young lovers sit at a sidewalk café and sip espresso between kisses; a group of giggling cheerleaders head for a cooler filled with iced energy drinks; a group of happy kids swing …
An interview with Jaqueline Suskin, author, poet, and healer.
Excerpt of It’s Not Yet Dark
One man’s story of the evolution of God
Your most important savings plan has nothing to do with money.
Gratitude for the sisterhood at a Tibetan Buddhist Nunnery
Last May, in order to pursue his dream of an integrated life of travel, writing, and photography, a smart, attractive thirty-something named Zero Dean quit his job, terminated the …
Multiple, simultaneous life changes are possible.
Ending a chapter feels less upsetting when we have a well-rounded ending.
One-third of the new homeless are living in their vehicles with laptops, tablets, and cellphones. My husband and I were two of them.
How an unlikely, spontaneous decision improved my life
“So, what are you doing now?” my well-meaning friends would ask after I had quit my job with no apparent employment or other occupation in sight. The only honest answer I could give was to say, “I’m rewiring my brain.”
One man finds that ditching suburbia for urban density meant he could work less, drop the gym membership, throw a few parties, and start a family. Oh, and he also cut his carbon footprint. Dramatically.
One of the most famous yoga sutras—the short aphorisms in yoga attributed to Patanjali—is sthiram sukham asanam. The phrase means essentially that your asana, your seat…
Why is it so hard to walk away from some situations? Maybe it’s time to call it quits.