15 Better Things to Do After Work (if You Want to Be Happy)

Recent research cited in Quartz found that looking at a screen, like your TV or phone, in your leisure time makes you unhappier than any other activity. So, how else can you spend that time after work? We came up with a few ideas—anything from being productive to relaxing to exploring your hobbies.

3 Beliefs You Need to Let Go of if You Want to Be Happy in Your Career

Are you on the quest for career happiness? Let go of these three common beliefs to let yourself feel truly satisfied with your work.

9 Moments to Appreciate Every Day if You Truly Want to Be Happy

Happiness, whether in your work or your life, is up to you to cultivate. Find that happiness by taking a moment to appreciate each of these things.

18 Easy Ways to Become a Happier Person in 2018

To become happier and healthier requires action but not more money.

Embrace the Art of What You Do and No Day Will Ever Be Boring

ESPN writer and author Scoop Jackson gives advice on how to love your craft.

3 Reasons People Use to Explain Why They’re Unhappy at Work (and Why They’re All Wrong)

You’re a skeptic. Hey, we get it—which is why we've contested every argument about not being happy at work and proven them false.

20 Simple Ways to Hack Your Happiness, According to Science

From taking walks to listening to music -- do small things to greatly boost your happy quotient.

The Best Advice to Read if You’re Struggling to Quit a Job You Hate

There's a concept called "the escalation of commitment," and it's the reason why you choose to stay in a job you don't like. Here's how to overcome it.

9 Inspiring Things People Did While Unemployed (That Have Nothing to Do With Job Searching)

There's no doubt about it, being unemployed sucks. But that doesn't mean you can't use the time away from work to do something personally fulfilling.

7 Signs You’re Stuck in a Rut (and Need to Make a Change Today)

Feeling unhealthy or nostalgic? You could be stuck in a work rut without even knowing it. Here's how to recognize the signs—and do something about it.