The transition from old year to new always leaves me feeling a bit contemplative. It's like a forced meditation on the passage of time: How we can slow it in our daily lives, make the most of what we are given, and ultimately its power to improve our world. We've all got a chance to make 2016 sparkle - but first, coffee!
- A pep talk on rising to the occasion
- Choose your own adventure with these optimistic Mad Libs from #LiveGrey
- Tempus fugit? Stop, thief!
- Do you buy into reputation culture? Bret Easton Ellis encourages you to be your messy, whole self
- If your professional ambitions sometimes obscure your personal life, this video is for you
- New or expecting mothers, good news for you, too: It's not all doom and gloom
- The wisdom of our elders is real and worth listening to. Bravo, New York Times, for these incredible profiles
- A gorgeous essay from Barnard alumna Jumpa Lahiri on learning a new language