• Paul Kelly: Life Is Fine review – some of his best songs in years

    In the A–Z of Paul Kelly’s career – something he spent some 550 pages discussing in his excellent “mongrel memoir” How to Make Gravy, which obliquely discussed in alphabetical order the inspirations, motivations and memories lurking behind more than 100 of his songs – attention always turns back to his third album, Post, the one […]

  • LIFE
    What is the meaning of life? WIRED (tries to) explain

    Whether you are on your way to work on a rainy morning, lying awake at night unable to sleep, or just gazing up at the stars, you might sometimes find yourself contemplating the meaning of life. It is one of humanity’s biggest questions, and there is no simple answer, but WIRED has spoken to a philosopher […]

  • My husband is struggling with my career success

    Your husband has things he needs to tackle; he is in charge of his own life and you are not the answer to his issues My husband and I have been in the same business and initially we were both considered “talents”. Those early years were blissful as we did performances (we are both in creative […]

  • ENTREPRENEURS
    Is the U.S. in Danger of Losing Immigrant Entrepreneurs?

    A decision by the Trump administration to delay and possibly rescind an Obama-era rule could cause the U.S. to fall behind other countries in attracting immigrant entrepreneurs who bring investments and create jobs, experts say. The so-called International Entrepreneur Rule that the Obama administration introduced in August 2016 aimed to grant parole visas for up to five […]

  • When life is a fate worse than death

    Karen Ann Quinlan lived two lives. Her first life was that of a regular middle-class girl in Scranton, Pennsylvania: she swam, she skied, she dated, she attended mass with her family, she went to high school, and she worked at a local ceramics company. However, this life changed after she was laid off from her […]

  • PODCASTS
    WHERE IS HOLLYWOOD LOOKING FOR ITS NEXT HIT? PODCASTS

    WHEN TELEVISION NETWORKS resort to adapting books that haven’t even been written yet, it’s time to start looking for new source material. Luckily, salvation might be as close as their smartphones. As the supply of books and comics ripe for adaptation dwindles, TV producers are looking to podcasts for fresh material—and finding stories with audiences as loyal […]

  • When life is a fate worse than death

    Karen Ann Quinlan lived two lives. Her first life was that of a regular middle-class girl in Scranton, Pennsylvania: she swam, she skied, she dated, she attended mass with her family, she went to high school, and she worked at a local ceramics company. However, this life changed after she was laid off from her […]

  • ENTREPRENEURS
    How ‘Hustle-Mode’ Is Trapping Thousands of Entrepreneurs

      Editor’s Note: In ‘Tough Love Tuesday,’ our first-ever summer success series, we’re connecting side-hustling entrepreneurs with support, resources and advice from amazing experts. Sign up to our email newsletter to be notified about our Tuesday Facebook Lives and check back to our side hustle topic page for more helpful tips. Check out the article below to see what lead generation […]

  • SUCCESS
    There Is No Overnight Success

    Welcome back to Mid-Week Meditations, Lifehacker’s weekly dip into the pool of stoic wisdom, and how you can use its waters to reflect on and improve your life. This week’s selection comes from the slaveborn philosopher Epictetus. It’s featured in The Discourses: No greater thing is created suddenly, any more than a bunch of grapes or a fig. […]