Forgiving those who have hurt us can be tough. But once we do, we are clearing the path to happiness. Here is our list of ideas to help you on your way.
Expectations and stress seem to increase over the holidays. Happiness experts Shawn Achor and Michelle Gielan suggest forgetting others' expectations and trying out new things, such as eating a whole pie, writing heartfelt notes and leaving perfectionism at the door.
Knitting is much more than just a pastime. Women all over the world are using their stitching skills to bring a little warmth and happiness to those in need, and in turn, to themselves.
Music legend Dolly Parton has performed on some of the world's greatest stages, acted in Hollywood movies, owns her own theme park—and she's not done yet! Dolly, we will always love you.
A gift can take many forms. Here, ten people share stories of gifts that offered new hope, led them to pursue radical dreams and changed the course of their lives forever.
Holidays are a lot of fun, but for many of us, our enjoyment of happy times can be marred by feelings of remorse. Happiness expert Gretchen Rubin offers 10 ways to stay in control of holiday indulgence.
Simple as it may seem, gift giving is loaded with meaning. Editor at large Stacy Kaiser offers expert tips for both the gift giver and receiver as we head into this holiday season—so you won't be caught empty-handed!
Movies inspire and entertain us. They bring us together and keep us laughing (or crying) on a dark winter's day when it's too cold to go out and play. One thing good movies can also do is show us character strengths—those virtues or qualities that define us as individuals.
Holiday cookies don't have to make you feel guilty. Instead of traditional treats, try these three recipes that include healthy, mood-boosting ingredients such as matcha green tea, turmeric and walnuts.
Find out about how a creative San Francisco philanthropist is helping the city's homeless population in a way that is truly transformative.
As we gather to celebrate the holidays with family and friends, it's fun to learn how other cultures enjoy the season.
Swapping favorite stories is more than just holiday dinner banter. It bonds us, shapes us, shores up our family pride and deeply enriches our lives.