GUEST POST: Sometimes there's nothing like kicking back with a group of friends, a box of pizza, and a six-pack of beer. But it’s possible to drink less (or not drink at all) and still have a good time. Here’s how.
Lots of 20-somethings are affected by FOMO, or the fear of missing out on social events. Now researchers say they’ve come up with a way to measure FOMO, a condition that can sometimes lead to anxiety and depression.
New online dating apps such as Tinder let users select potential matches based just on their profile photos. Are these services making us more superficial, or alerting us to the infinite opportunities for love that exist out there?
After the tragedies that occurred at yesterday’s Boston Marathon, millions of people are looking for ways to help. For anyone who needs some extra incentive, Greatist explains why volunteering can actually benefit our health and happiness, too.
More than just a fleeting emotion after eating a good sandwich, happiness should be something we all aspire to in our daily lives — at least according to the U.N. Find out why the U.N. has declared today the first annual International Day of Happiness.