Time skews our perceptions of happiness. Take the the way parents look back warmly on their children’s preschool years as an example. A Princeton study found that childcare ranked very low on the list of what makes people happy, below napping and watching TV. And, yet, if you were to step back and evaluate a decade of your […]

Sleep (Well) Together

Men who slept better at night were more likely to feel positive about their relationship the following day, according to a recent study.  And couples who reported the highest quality and hours of sleep per night also had the happiest unions.  Sometimes this requires creativity.  Nose strips not working on your sweet snorer?  Try wearing ear plugs. […]