The Art of Journaling

It's a new year with new habits. Getting a peaceful and thorough night's sleep should be one of them.

The #1 Most Important Secret to Working From Home

After the novelty wears off that working in pajamas replaces the stressful commute to the oppressive cubicle or windowless office, at the end of the day, high quality work still has to get done. What is the essential skill we need to develop to stay focused on work?

Real World 101 for Teens

On one hand, teens are kids and should have fun, make mistakes, and learn from them. On the other hand, actions could have positive and negative consequences in their immediate and long-term future. Thus, a little emotional and social intelligence certainly goes a long way.

The Curse of Career Happiness

Loving your professional life makes it easy to get sucked in by taking on more projects, joining more committees, and becoming involved with more, more, and more. Look at the towering sandwich, can you see past it? Even though you love the taste of every bite, you will eventually have to finish it. Once you finish the sandwich, can you eat anything else?

Three Observations from Early Black Friday Morning

Observations from a fly on the wall.

Blowing It Off or Just Not Into It?

Do you still have that lingering New Year’s intention or goal that has become a permanent item on your to-do list? If so, you are not alone. Here are five questions you can ask yourself to confirm that goal is right for you!

The Top 10 Interchangeable Golden Rules of Yoga and Research

Yes, they are more similar than you might think.

Academics and Practitioners as a Superhero Team

Here is why academic and practical experts need to work together.

The Role of Facebook in Research Sample Recruitment

Here's to staying out of the lab and using your social network for research participant recruitment.

The High PRICE of Solid Research

Practically anything of decent quality is expensive in terms of money, time, and talent. Strong research study projects, such as dissertations and theses, are no exception. They need to be thoughtfully designed and conducted so their results are valid, reliable, and credible to make smart decisions for programming and funding as a growing priority.