When we’re resting, a very important part of our brain gets to work.
Journalist Susie Neilson explores our love-hate relationship with city noise.
What creative project do you want to start — and finish — in the New Year?
Elizabeth Gilbert shares advice for being creative from her new book, “Big Magic.” Turns out it might be something you know already.
In our last installment of How Our Devices Are Warping Our Brains, we looked at the relationship between device use and sleep. Now, we examine the relationship between phone dependence and creativity. Put your phone away and let your mind do whatever it feels like doing for a while. You could be surprised by the result.
Lena Dunham doesn't hold much back when it comes to mining her life — warts and all — for material. "From an early age, I found the concept of secrecy really destructive," she says. In her new book, that includes her struggles with OCD and criticism of her hit show, Girls.