This month, protect your well-being at work, at home, and in community.
Experiencing wonder and awe in nature has many benefits, new studies find.
Having a meaningful, long-term goal is good for your well-being. Here’s how to find one.
Research on wars, natural disasters, and other crises reveals how to protect our children’s mental health.
During quarantine, you can gain a sense of perspective by discovering what's wondrous in the clutter of your home.
Hiking in nature is not only good for our bodies, it’s good for our moods, our minds, and our relationships, too.
Her New Year's resolution was to have more joyful and fulfilling experiences in her daily life. Our guest tried a practice to help make that happen.
Here are some tips for making resolutions from our Science of Happiness podcast guests.
A new study finds that a class in nature helps kids be more attentive and focused once they return indoors.
Helping children form an emotional attachment to nature may be key to protecting our planet's future.
Since the 1950s, research suggests, we have become more and more distanced from nature and its life-giving benefits.
Richard Louv explains how parents, educators, and urban planners can help kids reconnect with nature—before it's too late.
Greater Good's editors pick this year’s most thought-provoking, important, or useful nonfiction books on the science of a meaningful life.
Research-based practices for cultivating awe from the GGSC website Greater Good in Action.