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inc.com
One way to ensure that adults get more sleep? Delay the morning start time of work–or at least make it flexible.
The Economics (and Nostalgia) of Dead Malls
nytimes.com
High-end shopping malls are thriving across the country, but as midtier retailers like Sears and J. C. Penney flounder, they are…
If You Want to Meet That Deadline, Play a Trick on Your Mind
nytimes.com
By tweaking our perception of time, research shows, we can more easily attain a goal — or meet a New Year’s resolution.
Google got it wrong. The open-office trend is destroying the workplace.
washingtonpost.com
A year ago, my boss announced that our large New York ad agency would be moving to an open office. After nine years as a senior…
3 Reasons Why Your Diet Is Killing Your Career
Christie Mims
If you, like me, have been…shall we say "married to the cookies" this holiday season, then I’ve got a few thoughts…
13 Tips for Getting More Reading Done.
Gretchen Rubin
Reading is an essential part of my work. It forms an important part to my social life. And far more important, reading is my…
How I Survived My Social Media Break
mashable.com
I took a pledge to stay off social media for almost two weeks — and I made it. This is how.
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