I'm the senior writer at Greatist, and I mainly cover new trends in psychology and mental health. When I'm not hanging out at Greatist HQ, I'm reading a novel, baking a batch of cookies, or buying stick-on earrings.
Whether you work 18 hours a day or you’re just shy, making new friends in your 20s and 30s can be a huge challenge. Here's our best advice for fostering some truly meaningful non-romantic relationships.
Fun fact: Writing a shopping list, learning to pickle, and visiting used bookstores are all great ways to help the planet. Here, we’ve rounded up some relatively unconventional but hugely impactful ways to make your daily routine more eco-friendly.
Today’s technology makes it possible to work 24/7, paying little attention to friendships, family, and good health. That’s why we’re here to help, with 15 tips for creating a fulfilling life that includes everything you find meaningful.
Washing up after dinner is so last year. A pair of Swedish designers has just created a self-cleaning plate using special chemicals that repel food. Could this hi-tech dishware make it more appealing to cook at home?
The internal Rolex, circadian rhythms regulate biological functions like sleeping, eating, and mood patterns. The cycle typically repeats every 24 hours, but disruptions in the rhythm can cause problems from jet lag to mood disorders.
“Fat talk” is getting increasingly common among college-age women. But new research suggests no one wants to be around the gal that’s griping about her weight gain. How can we discuss body image issues in a positive way?