Actively pursuing happiness can backfire. Here's what research shows actually helps increase joy.
Researchers believe these daily habits will train your brain to achieve better overall well-being. (Worth a try, right?)
Tick off every day of the month with a new act of kindness – and feel upbeat in the process.
Here are some different reasons why this day can be particularly rough.
We may not be able to hug friends and family for a while thanks to coronavirus, and that can have consequences on our mental health.
Kezia Roberts from Leeds explains the trend that's making the nation's lockdown that little bit more colourful.
From solo trips outdoors to group wine online, these activities will help boost positivity.
In order to persevere through a pandemic, it's all about trust and supporting one another.
There are lots of tips out there on how to be happier, but these habits are truly worth trying.
There's a Yale class that teaches students how to be happy. We asked the instructor to share some of her lessons.