This month, feel and foster positive well-being, inspiration, and joyful learning in schools and classrooms.
This month, show love and respect to others.
A new study finds that awe makes children more giving toward refugees—and more calm.
Students at San Domenico School in California are finding wonder, peace, and inspiration in nature.
Take a few minutes to reflect on someone who inspires you, and how you can embody the values you admire in them.
Take a few minutes to develop your sense of awe for the circle of life in this mediation with Dacher Keltner.
A new study suggests that feeling connected to something larger than ourselves can help us to find meaning, even in suffering.
War veteran and country music singer Sal Gonzalez tries the Taoist practice of Wu Wei to improve his relationship with anger.
While votes for the 2020 election are counted, our contributors weigh in on what we as individuals can do now to preserve our well-being and…
Our team names the most provocative and influential findings published during this past year.
In the face of COVID-19, one doctor is prescribing habits for health and happiness.
New research suggests that body postures can reveal our emotions to other people—and maybe even change how we feel inside.
A new book explores how making and appreciating art makes you happier and healthier.
People who spent more time in nature these past two years have been happier and less stressed.