Mallory Stratton

Associate Editor at Thrive Global

Mallory is an Associate Editor at Thrive Global. She brings to Thrive a multifaceted background spanning science editorial, brand strategy, publishing, and partnerships. She was recently Associate Editor on “It’s All In Your Head” by Keith Blanchard (Wicked Cow Studios, 2017), an illustrated brain science book, and worked closely on its accompanying cross-platform partnerships with Time Inc. and WebMD. She spends her off-hours curating playlists, practicing restorative yoga, and savoring a good cigar now and then.
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Microstep Month//

I Set a Firm End to My Workday for 32 Days and Here’s What Happened

by Mallory Stratton
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Well-Being//

Too Busy at Work to Take a Sick Day? Here’s What to Do — and What Not to Do

by Mallory Stratton
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Well-Being//

This New Research Will Help You Make Better Food Decisions

by Mallory Stratton
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Well-Being//

3 Ways to Be Indispensable at Work Without Burning Out

by Mallory Stratton
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Well-Being//

What Learning to Scuba Dive Taught Me About Finding Calm in a Moment of Panic

by Mallory Stratton
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Try This Now//

Try This Now: Do Something Fun You’ve Already Done Before

by Mallory Stratton
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Wisdom//

What to Do if You Struggle to Be Heard at Work

by Mallory Stratton
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Well-Being//

3 Ways to Stop Stressing Out About Things You Can’t Control at Work

by Mallory Stratton
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Thrive News//

Actress Lupita Nyong’o Will Inspire You to Take Regular Breaks — and Not Just a Once-a-Year Vacation

by Mallory Stratton
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Work Smarter//

4 Rules for Sending Mindful Work Emails That Don’t Stress People Out

by Mallory Stratton
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Well-Being//

5 Ways to Protect Your Financial Well-being — and Sanity — When You Have Student Loans

by Mallory Stratton
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Well-Being//

Why the Joy of Canceling Plans (Respectfully) Is the Best-kept Secret to Prioritizing Your Well-being

by Mallory Stratton
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Wisdom//

How Compassionate Directness Can Help Us Disagree Constructively at Work

by Mallory Stratton
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Wisdom//

These Powerful Communication Techniques From Drama Schools Will Elevate Your Performance at Work

by Mallory Stratton
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Wisdom//

The Right Way to Vent Without Increasing Your Stress Levels

by Mallory Stratton
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Well-Being//

How to Get the Most Out of Your At-home Workout

by Mallory Stratton
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Wisdom//

Try This Now: De-stress Splitting the Bill With This Simple Strategy

by Mallory Stratton
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Wisdom//

Is Your To-Do List Stressing You Out? Here’s How to Rethink Your Relationship With It.

by Mallory Stratton
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Well-Being//

3 Mindful Lunch Break Ideas for Even the Busiest Workdays

by Mallory Stratton
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Work Smarter//

3 Easy Ways to Get More Sun During the Workday

by Mallory Stratton
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Thrive on Campus//

High School Students: We Want to Hear About the Connections That Help You Thrive

by Mallory Stratton
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Wisdom//

Who Said It: Celebrity or Ancient Philosopher? (Part 3)

by Mallory Stratton
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Work Smarter//

Calm Your Networking Anxiety With These 3 Tips

by Mallory Stratton
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Work Smarter//

How to Protect Your Team From Burnout

by Mallory Stratton

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