Happy Birthday to Us!

It seems like yesterday I was sitting down to write my first post for Rewire Me. Now, one year and dozens of posts later, here I am again—and I’m even prouder and more excited than I was the first time. At our launch celebration a year ago, I remember talking about the things that held
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Creating Balance in Our Lives by Changing the Way We Think

“Balance” is a word I use every day. Did you know we can achieve balance and the lives we want to live by changing how we think? I recently attended a workshop that helped me learn new ways to achieve balance, especially between my mind and my emotions. I flew to Carefree (yes, that’s a

Hacking H(app)iness: Why Your Personal Data Counts and How Tracking It Can Change the World

John C. Havens is a regular contributor to Mashable.com, where he has written a number of viral articles about online privacy, augmented reality, and the importance of a “happiness” economy that measures the full measure of well-being and not just profits and loss. He is a popular speaker at TED forums and technology expos and
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Marina Keegan, Her Parents, and The Opposite of Loneliness

Marina Keegan’s The Opposite of Loneliness, which Scribner is publishing this week, is going to get a lot of attention. It has already received accolades from The New York Times, The New Republic, and other major publications, and it deserves all the buzz, shares, and likes it will get. This posthumous collection of essays and
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