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Short answer: Don't worry about what's "right."

Even if it means eating a bar on the bike

Specializing in one sport will take you only so far. To really break through, you'll need to branch out.

A four-step plan for maximizing your productivity

Solar powered airplanes? Screens on your tray table? In-flight bowling alleys? The future of flying looks pretty wild. Here are a few ideas that may, or may not, take off.

Take a random day off—it’ll work wonders for your happiness and health

But not just for the caffeine

Your bowl of oatmeal may get boring, but it’s the key to better meal choices throughout the day

Need an alarm to wake up? Find a clock.

Something about messing up has us tiptoeing around mistakes, but embarrassment can help us get ahead by making risk-taking seem a little less risky

Nothing in this world is certain, except death, taxes, and traffic on the morning commute

Sitting is the new smoking—but the cure isn’t just more standing