Journaling leads to personal reflection and growth, but few actually do it regularly. Here are 5 tips for cultivating a journaling habit.
3 Nonnegotiables for Every High Achiever
If we don’t make time for our nonnegotiables, they largely go untended. Here are 3 categories every high achiever needs to make time for.
The Science Behind Why You Need a Hobby
When you invest time in a hobby, you gain a greater level of clarity, creativity, and various health benefits—and ultimately improve the quality of your work.
The Key to Performing at Your Best
Here are 3 key benefits of prioritizing self-care that will drive your success at work as well.
Hobbies for Perfectionists
The Wharton-educated bank executive quits weekend bird-watching excursions after missing a prothonotary warbler (rare orange and yellow-headed songbird) sighting. The tenured physics professor storms out of the kitchen because her batch of gazpacho soup turned out a tad too peppery. First-world problems, to be sure. But they’re also the type of increasingly common complaints hyper-accomplished professionals […]
The Science of Play
As a kid who wasn’t allowed to watch television, the focus of my childhood was play. The games are too many to count. There was, for example, a little girl who lived in mirrorland and would possess me if I accidentally touched that shiny, reflective surface at night. She scared the heck out of my […]
Churchill’s Finest Hobby
Winston Churchill once wrote that “The cultivation of a hobby and new forms of interest is therefore a policy of first importance”. He knew this well. Even as he warned the world about the threat of totalitarian regimes and led Britain during the Second World War, the statesman crafted many of his more than 500 […]