Personal Identity & Formation
Research Shows ‘Nesting’ Is Actually Necessary for Your Health
The best thing for your future is making yourself feel at home now.
10 Things You Can Do This Summer to Make Your Life Better
Steal some moments of clarity during a time of intense soul searching.
The Best Methods to Handle Stress Based on Your Myers-Briggs Personality Type
How you deal with pressure could be the difference between losing your mind and keeping it.
Here’s Why I Think We’re Better Than the Return of Early-2000s Fashion
Looking at you, Adidas.
Knowing Your Personality Type Is Good, But Let’s Stop Using It to Excuse Our Flaws
Love yourself, not your personality issues.
Can You Learn Anything Meaningful from a Personality Test? We Asked an Expert
A neuropsychologist shares how personality tests work and how you should interpret them.
5 Things You Need to Remember If You've Moved Around a Lot
Anywhere can feel homey if you make the effort.
Jessica Biel, Taylor Swift, and Emma Watson Are Setting a Refreshing Trend
Success alone doesn't necessarily lead to personal fulfilment.
How I Stopped Caring About Society’s Beauty Standards (and Other Lessons from My Curly Hair)
It’s hard to overcome our insecurities when they’re reinforced by society.
My Unexpected Pregnancy Turned Out Better Than Everyone Expected
An unplanned teenage pregnancy doesn’t have to be the end of the story.
Actresses Like Olivia Wilde Are Proving Why We Shouldn't Be Afraid Of Getting Older
We can't believe that Olivia Wilde was deemed "too old" to play Leonardo DiCaprio's girlfriend, but her response is truly inspiring.
How Spending a Week at a Monastery Changed My Life for the Better
There’s a whole lot to be learned from the tranquility of a cloister.
Unplugging Can Feel Unproductive, But Research Shows It May Be Exactly What You Need
We have to fight for quiet time in a noisy and distracting world.
5 Life Lessons Every Woman Can Learn from the Movie Brooklyn
The Oscar-nominated film isn’t just about love.
Here’s a Good Reminder of Why We Shouldn’t Base Our Identity on Our Achievements
‘Being defeated is a choice.’
How Laura Ingalls Wilder Helped Me Rethink My Priorities in a Materialistic Culture
This much-loved author can help us learn to love the ‘sweet simple things in life.’
I Thought Casual Sex Would Be Empowering, but It Was the Opposite
My experience persuaded me that marriage is the only context in which sex can truly be between equals.
The Pursuit of Perfection Isn’t As Noble As We Think
It’s time we changed the way we find our self-worth.
Was I Wrong to Introduce Myself to My Colleagues As a Mother?
How we introduce ourselves can be pretty revealing.
The Surprising Results of Taking On a Yearlong Challenge
When you commit to doing something for a year, a funny thing happens.