Here’s What to Do When You Feel Fake at Work (Because You’re Just Not That Into it Anymore)

Have you ever felt like you're being fake at work? Keeping your head low, hiding out in the bathroom, wearing a phony smile, pretending to be happy when you're not? It’s exhausting! But more importantly, it’s a sign that you need a change. So let’s talk about your options.

How a Tinder Date Inspired This Wolf of San Diego to Trade His Maserati for a Scooter

Cameron Fous led a glamorous life until he traded it all to find happiness and help others do the same.

13 Articles to Help You Deal With a Job You Hate (But Can’t Leave)

You hate your job, no skirting around the truth. While it’s easy to just say “quit,” we know that that’s not always a realistic option in the moment. But, hopefully these articles can make it suck a little less.

11 Tips to Get to Your Happiest Self

Achieving happiness is a culmination of small and big steps.

Happiness Hacks to Reinvigorate Your Workday

Here's how to break the monotony of a typical work day and bring a bit of fun into the workplace.

5 Things You Deserve From Your Job (No Matter Where You Work)

Work isn't always fun and glamorous—that's why it comes with a paycheck. But, when you spend so much of your life in the office, money isn't the only thing you should get from your career. Here are a few other core things that you deserve from your job.

20 Secrets to Living a Happier Life

Our brains are focused on survival. Anything more than that, you have to work for it.

How to Stay Excited at Work When You Have 1,000 Different Interests

Being a multipotentialite doesn’t have to mean living an unstable life, flitting from job to job. If staying at your current company appeals to you, these strategies can help. Take it from me––you can you stay excited at a steady job even if you want to be doing 1,000 different things.

It’s OK if What You Thought Would Make You Happy Didn’t

It's not always easy to realize when you're unhappy—whether it's in your personal or professional life. There's a sense of guilt and shame that comes with admitting something didn't pan out. But, when handled right, this can actually be a productive and positive opportunity for you.

The Answer to “Should I Tell My Boss I’m Not Happy at Work?”

Being unhappy at work is something almost everyone goes through at one point or another. But do you tell your boss? It really depends on what kind of manager they are, how much power they have, if the problem is fixable, and if you have other job options in place (in case it doesn't work out).