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What Introverts And Extroverts Can Teach Each Other About Thriving At Work

  The workplace is a home away from home. Even though we have some wiggle room in terms of where we work, that makes our colleagues a family-away-from-family. And every family has its perfections and problems. Nowadays, a variety of personality tests assist hiring managers in addressing all the nitty-gritties of a candidate. But, by […]

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How Your Definition Of Wanderlust Can Make Or Break An Adventure

  What does your wanderlust say about the way you travel?   We’ve all spent the better part of an afternoon perusing Instagram, ogling the bright white sands and deep ocean blues of exotic destinations, muttering a self-soothing: someday, someday. But we’re not in grandma’s living room, surrounded by family or friends, sighing collectively against […]

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A Quick Lesson In Life’s Little Interruptions

  Quick personal inventory: Where are you now? What are you doing? What’s on your mind? Just curious. Curious, in particular, about the little things that happen between the big things.  Things like the flat tire that make you late to soccer practice, the homemade dinner that crashes to the floor right after you announce, […]

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How Five Innovators Organize Their Workspaces, And Why Anyone Can Follow Suit

  Leave it to Ben Franklin to lay it out frankly: “For every minute spent in organizing, an hour is earned.” Whether your genius loves clutter or thrives when knolling,  taking a closer look at the way we organize our workspace says a lot about our approach to productivity.   Peter Guber, Owner of the […]

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How Creating A Reverse Bucket List Helped Me Learn The True Meaning Of Accomplishment

    Perhaps it’s the holidays dredging up my nostalgic side, but I’ve spent too much time thinking about how long it’s been since I’ve crossed something off my bucket list. So I thought back to the last time I felt I really got it right, really honored that list like a map. About nine […]

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But Really: When (Or How) Are We At Our Most Efficient?

  What’s the criteria for a productive day? For many of us, it’s when all the pieces of our schedule fall into place. But as our head hits the pillow and our mind begins to buzz, satisfaction seems farther away than a dream. “But, today was a well-oiled machine,” you think, “How am I still […]

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How Other Countries Celebrate Thanksgiving, And The One Thing We All Have In Common

    Canada What It’s Called: Jour de l’Action de Grâce When It Happens: The second Monday in October What It is: Akin to its neighbors to the south, Canadian Thanksgiving serves up a classic turkey dinner, complete with all the good stuff. It’s a time for family, for travel, and for public celebration, like […]


Your Weekly Reading List

  Happy Monday, friends! We’ve put together a little reading list for your week ahead — you know, to keep you up-to-date on some of the most interesting stories floating around out there. We suggest reading one per day, but of course that’s up to you. Dive in below.   Azzedine Alaïa “Known as a […]

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What We’re Reading, Hearing, And Trying This Weekend

What We’re Reading: Ready Player One, by Ernest Cline What’s It About: It’s 2044, and virtual reality has become its own utopian world, known as the OASIS. Wade Watts, our too-curious protagonist, sets out to decode a series of puzzles created by the game’s mastermind — and, naturally, that’s not part of the mastermind’s master plan. […]