The 6 Keys to Breaking Bad Habits

Let’s face it: we all have that one bad habit we just can’t shake. Here’s how to scientifically put an end to your bad habits once and for all.

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Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Meaningfulness

Setting aside some of our self-interests at times for something larger than ourselves will create more meaning in our lives, which will ultimately make us happier.

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How to Hack Taxes and Stop Procrastinating

Did you know one in four tax returns get filed within two weeks of the IRS deadline? It begs the question: why do most people procrastinate and wait until the last minute to do taxes?

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These 4 Tricks Will Help You Spend Smarter, Science Says

Let’s be real: even if you set a budget, it’s difficult to control spending once the impulse to buy hits. Here’s how to create a budget you’ll actually stick with, without seriously impacting your happiness.

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Why is Adulting Trending?

“Adulting is hard.” How many times have you read that on your social feed? We dug deep into social trends to see if ‘adulting’ is just a fad, or if it’s here to stay.

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How Deep is Our Love?

Determining the perfect gift can be quite stressful. Here are some findings from social science that we should take into account when buying gifts.

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Here’s How to Boost Your Relationship with Your Roomie

Hint: From buying laundry detergent to doing the dishes, it’s all about the little things.

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How Our Brain Decides to Get Insurance

Rational or not, when we decide to get insurance can be explained by science: we contemplate between risky alternatives based on ‘gains’ or ‘losses,’ rather than absolute outcomes.

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The Surprising Psychology of Givers, Takers, and Matchers

We all have a natural inclination to be a giver, taker, or matcher. Here’s how it can impact your work and happiness in surprising ways.

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The Science Behind Why It’s So Hard to Save

Truth is, most of us are pretty bad at saving money. The reason? Hint: It has to do with what language you speak.

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