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By Joseph Hart
At work, at home and on the go, you probably spend hours enmeshed in the Web. Is it time to pull more of your life free of its sticky grasp?
By Dimity McDowell Davis
Your guide to training for a sprint triathlon.
woman holding hand up in stop position
By Rich Broderick
When we stop putting up with the small annoyances in our daily lives, we create room for more of what makes us feel great.
By Eliza Sarasohn
Turn off your phone, ignore your inbox, forget the chores, and enjoy a day of real rest and rejuvenation.
Do Less Accomplish More
By Marc Lesser
Daily practices for a calmer, more productive life — and relief from chronic busyness.
man laying in grass reading paper
By the Experience Life Team
Smart, super-practical reasons to build more idleness, downtime, and moments of enjoyment into your busy life.
Time to Connect
By Sarah Moran
Is a hectic work life taking up all your time and energy, leaving little or nothing for your loved ones? Here’s how—and why—to create space for the relationships that matter most.
family hanging laundry
By Joseph Hart
In an environment of economic contraction, many of us are looking for meaningful ways to cut back. Here’s good advice on how to get by with a little less, and enjoy it more.
Energy Plan
By Joseph Hart
All the time in the world won’t help you achieve your goals if you’re too run down to pursue them. Here’s how to manage your energy - and your sanity.
Hour glass
By Jon Spayde
How to identify and remedy the stress caused by chronic overscheduling and time poverty.
By Joseph Hart
Whether we’re yearning for another cup of coffee or a better job, we spend a lot of time and energy just wanting. Here’s how to observe - and calm - the endless tide of want that can catch us in its undertow.
By Experience Life Staff
At her cover shoot for the November issue, Marianne Williamson — best-selling author and spiritual philosopher — explains why taking time each morning for self-reflection is a better way to start your day than, say, turning on the television or reading the newspaper.
Time For Health
By John de Graaf
A too-busy reality can run you and your loved ones ragged — and do real damage to your family’s happiness in the process. Here’s how to make time for the healthy priorities that really matter.
Family jumping into lake
By John de Graaf
An unhealthy work-life balance affects not only our health and well-being, but our families and our society as a whole. Here’s what we can do about it.
By Joseph Hart
How do you choose between all the good things going on in your life? By clarifying your values and learning to let go.
By David Allen
Tired of making lists and then losing them in a pile of other lists? Try this proven, five-step approach to getting closure on the daily things that matter most.
By Kara Douglass Thom
In the context of other life priorities — such as career and family — sometimes our workout plans have to give a little. But how much, and for how long?
Workout plan calendar
By Kelly James-Enger and Experience Life Staff
Determined to get into better shape? Don't drive yourself to exhaustion: Coach yourself to satisfaction — and real results that last.
By Kelly Grace
Life in the fast lane might be exciting, but are you living quickly at the expense of living deeply? Learn how to say no to busyness and yes to what really matters.
By Cathy Madison
Think time off is a waste of time? For the sake of your health and happiness, you just might want to reconsider.
By Paul Scott
For many Americans, the world of work feels a bit like an endless ride — one that's spinning too fast and feeling more than a little out of control. But just how and why did we get strapped into this craziness? Understand the machinery of your own workaholic tendencies and you'll be one step closer to switching gears — and maybe even putting on the brakes.
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