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Visit a German IKEA store where city-dwelling shoppers are encouraged to schlep their purchases back home without the assistance of a car.
About 1/3 of us have little or no money set aside for retirement. You can minimize your impact (and help your financial bottom line) by moving into a smaller home.
Program matches older rural business owners with younger, would-be entrepreneurs.
Shut your door, silence your phone, and disable notification from email and social media to improve your work.
Restaurants that focus on healthy food served quickly are growing, showing that consumers are ready to eat better.
Research finds that those who work near windows sleep better and have a higher quality of life than those who don't get a daily dose of sunlight.
Researchers looked at factors like hours worked, income and commute time to determine a person's satisfaction with their lives.
It seems like everyone and their mother is starting their own business these days. Do you have what it takes?
Some workplaces are recognizing the value of happy, rested workers and are offering new ways for them to take time off.
Free printable coupons for back-to-school lunchbox staples and more, plus recipe ideas for the foods you buy.
In Portland, Oregon, prisoners transitioning to outside life are taught a money-saving life skill that helps them navigate life after incarceration.
Sitting is bad for your health, so why not swap your desk seat with one of these solutions?
Following the interior redesign of much of its fleet, America's largest budget carrier was left wondering what to do with 34 acres of old leather seat covers.
An infographic of the most expensive foods in the world shows that spending more than a year’s salary on food for just one day isn't as hard as you'd imagine.
Food packaging is wasteful and mostly unnecessary; sound crazy? It's not.
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Science journalist blogs about humans and other wildlife.