How Coworking Can Help End Our Loneliness Epidemic

We make the case for smiling, talking to strangers, and enjoying all the community perks offered by coworking spaces to fight our country’s growing isolation and loneliness problem. By Kaytlin Cook A real-estate broker, a former race-car driver, a mobile IV drip...

How to Set Expectations and Boundaries at Work

“Setting boundaries” is a concept that’s generated much buzz in recent years, and for good reason. We chat with an expert with a few decades of experience for some advice. Katharine Halpin, who has been a strategic growth advisor for nearly 30 years, works with...

Note This: Playing an Instrument is Great for Your Brain

Research shows that setting aside time to play an instrument, no matter your skill level or age, is fantastic exercise for your cognitive functions. Admit it. You once harbored those daydreams of wowing an adoring crowd of thousands with your musical chops. But like...

The Eyes Have Had It. How to Reduce Digital Eye-Strain

Fatigue, headaches, dry eye — our screen time is doing a number on our health. We get some tips from an optometrist on how to combat digital eye-strain. With screen time perpetually on the rise, it seems wise to start paying attention to how all that sitting and...