Wealth

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Long Work Hours Don't Work For People (Or The Planet)

Beyond helping break the cycle of constant consumption and allowing people to focus on things that matter -- like friends, family and time in nature -- a shorter work week would also reduce rush-hour traffic and gridlock, which contribute to pollution and climate change. It could help reduce stress and the health problems that come from modern work practices, such as sitting for long hours at computers. And it would give people more options for family care.
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The More Stuff We Have, The Less Joy We Feel

As a therapist I often see people searching for fulfillment and meaning in their lives. Many people come into my office trying to figure out why they have so many beautiful things in their lives, but are unable to enjoy life. They often seek therapy because they are feeling unsettled and unhappy. This seems to not just be an individual struggle, but a societal struggle as well. It appears that as a society we have an abundance -- but we are struggling with high levels of depression and left feeling unsatisfied despite all of the beautiful stuff we surround ourselves with .
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How To Be A Wealthy Environmentalist

You don't need a high paying job with a high profile company, nor do you need to invent the next big revolutionary green technology. In fact, you can make a very decent living and achieve a comfortable degree of wealth while working in the environmental area and living a low impact lifestyle. I know because... well, I know people who have done it.
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What "American Crime Story" Gets Right About OJ

A landmark case that dominated news and talk shows worldwide, the O.J. trial has been resuscitated by FX's biographical crime drama "American Crime Story: The People vs. OJ" to rave reviews. The series, which has been praised for its critical look at the most beloved "Trial of the Century," opens a Pandora's box of tidbits, either long-forgotten or unknown to most viewers.