While it is possible to win at work and succeed at life at the same time, many of us sabotage ourselves and burn out instead.
After monumental changes or during chaotic seasons, how do you Reset the rhythm of your life? Jeremy Chandler has a few suggestions.
Recent studies report that more than 70% of Americans wrestle with the Sunday Scaries. What can we do to combat this common, anxiety-related affliction?
Many of us live in a world where certain ideas are amplified or beliefs are reinforced by everyone around us. How can we escape our echo chambers?
Different perspectives are out there! We just have to be bold enough to seek the counter argument. Artistic expressions can be a great way to do that.
As we begin a new year, many of us are looking to cleanse our living spaces. What should we do when we come up against an emotional tie to our clutter?
When we get into “survival mode,” everyone around us is affected. This paradoxical antidote will help us and our community if we dare to try it.
Rinny the dog didn’t live with the Kanoya family long, but she made a big impact. She taught Justin how important it is to surround yourself with life.
Taking a big leap isn’t as daunting when 6 critical components are present. We’ve only got one life to live and time is precious, so let’s make it count.
Often it isn’t until something is taken away that we truly learn to appreciate it. Justin Kanoya writes in celebration of what we take for granted.
When we label someone the difficult person to work with, do we ever stop to consider why they are being difficult or consider their point of view?
If we let it, art can impact our lives and shape our attitudes. Justin Kanoya considers one work’s message and how he used it to process a sad event.