Returning to Sacramento on a flight with drink and book in hand, one’s mind tends to wander to a time passed, and the vacant space off my hip.
Recently, I’ve been struggling with my mental health. For the first time, it seems too much. Don’t get me wrong, I want to live. That’s all I want to do.
Christmas is defined by two things. Those who are present, and those who no longer are. It took me leaving the country, and myself, to realise this. Love is what we have, love is all we have. Cherish it.
We don’t like to think about death, but it is coming. I suggest we accept our fate and live in the face of it. Waste not another second.
While many of us think we’re born into our careers, psychologists believe that our true purpose is not a straight line.
With today being my birthday, I found myself pondering what life has taught me in the previous 26 through (sometimes bitter) experience.
intro text You don’t need more motivation. You don’t need to be inspired to action. You don’t need to read any more lists and posts about how you’re not doing enough. We act as if we can read enough articles and enough little Pinterest quotes and suddenly the little switch in our brain…
In 2017, I endured death on a very personal scale. What I learned was that all of us should not avoid what we fear, but look it directly in the face.
After a recent study proved the connection between dog ownership and longer life, one can naturally assume that the path to immortality is paved with doggos. Right?
As coffee drinkers often espouse, they need it to live, but according to the findings of a new study, it also reduces the overall chances of death.
A Pulitzer-winning novel saw deeply into the problem with age. Wisdom is yours only after you’ve lived it. That being said, I’ve recently turned sixty and can look back, but also forward.
Jeff Reese shares the story of how his friend Brandon Carlisle and their mutual passion for fly-fishing changed his life, and also sheds light on a special program called Project Healing Waters.
Ambition is a strange phenomenon. It can enable us to climb the highest peaks, but only the self-aware will admire the view.
Well, it’s official. According to science, we’ve wasted our lives. But at least thanks to a new handy chart, we can know exactly what we’ll never be as good at again.
Suburban life is hard. Keeping the house clean is almost as hard as living up to parental expectations. In order to avoid this, I have tips. The first being: how to build your own bedside table.
Confidence is earned, not given, when it comes to maintaining a long-term relationship with your choice of life insurance provider. With our partners at Lifebroker, we discuss the importance of trust and brand loyalty.
With Morrissey set to play in my hometown, that’s a problem. I love his music, but the man himself, not so much. Can you admire someone you dislike?
This week’s Know who you’re Googling covers Mary Shelley, the oft-adapted author, mother of modern horror and independent woman.
TBS spoke with the Better Homes & Gardens presenter, and ‘Jill of all trades’ Johanna Griggs on mass cookery, crashing a wake & being sacked by her husband.
After a Harvard study reported the alleged health benefits of sarcasm, Kate Turner volunteered to be sarcastic for a day to find out if it’s accurate.
Parent and realist Rachel Reitsma offers her thoughts on the subjective science of happiness, and how she differs from her kids.