As part of PBS NewsHour's series on work-life balance, two psychologists weigh the pros and cons of sleeping in over the weekends.
By Kyla Calvert Mason
Is a summer packed with science and sports camps, reading assignments and math practice the only responsible choice? Have you failed if your fifth grader isn’t learning to code or build tools with 3D printers? Should you be pushing your…
By Laura Santhanam
Sociologist and time-use researcher Liana Sayer studies how people spend their time. But when unforeseen delays interrupt her schedule, she's only human. Here's the story of how one time-use expert worked to regain control of her day.
By Mike Melia
Golfing alone allows my mind to go fallow for a few hours. It offers me the space to think through conflicts at work or home. It helps me recharge emotionally.
By Megan Crigger
Denmark ranks extremely high in work-life balance. Understanding the Danish concept of “hygge” may explain why.
By PBS NewsHour
It all came about after a flurry of late-night emails made our phones buzz on our nightstands. Our wives, partners, pets and children woke up, cranky. We determined, it was time to address the “life” part of our work-life balance.
By Corinne Segal
How can we be so effective in our work, that we’re creating an extra hour for our life outside of work? Here are seven tips.
By Laura Santhanam
More highly educated women are opting to become mothers, marking a shift in attitudes about work-life balance compared to just 20 years ago, new research suggests.
Four months isn’t enough time for new moms to recover from the exhaustion of having a kid, a new study published in PLOSone reports.
By Sarah Sheffer
Heading home after a long day of work, you may hope to unwind from the stresses of the day. But a new study published by the Council on Contemporary Families says your stress levels may actually be lower at work…
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