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How to fight ‘time famine’ and boost your happiness

CNN: Ashley Whillans’ summer started with what she calls “time famine.” Time famine, a term that first emerged in the scientific literature around 1999, refers to the universal feeling of having too much to do but not enough time to deal with those demands. After earning her doctorate degree in More

You’re Too Busy. You Need a ‘Shultz Hour.’

The New York Times: The science of the mind is clear about this point. Our brains can be in either “task-positive” or “task-negative” mode, but not both at once. Our brain benefits from spending time in each state. Task-positive mode allows us to accomplish something in the moment. Task-negative mode More

Want to Feel Less Time-Stressed?

The Wall Street Journal: Here’s a novel suggestion for those who feel they are in a constant race against the clock to get things done: Make some time for others. While it might seem counterintuitive to sacrifice some of the very thing you think you don’t have enough of, our More