Arianna Huffington’s 10 Favorite Thrive Stories of the Year

And here's to Thriving in 2019.

Whatever else you can say about 2018, it certainly wasn’t boring. At Thrive Global, we’ve focused on sharing the stories that keep us engaged — with current events, technology, our jobs, our relationships, and with ourselves — and still thriving. Here are 10 of my favorite Thrive Global reads, covering topics ranging from Elon Musk, Anthony Bourdain, and “A Star is Born” to the profound shift in our relationship with technology and how to channel our outrage into meaningful change. Happy holidays to all and thanks for being a part of our community. Here’s to thriving in 2019!

An Open Letter to Elon Musk
You’re demonstrating a wildly outdated, anti-scientific and horribly inefficient way of using human energy.

13 Surprising Signs of Burnout You May Be Missing
Pay attention to these symptoms so you can stop burnout in its tracks.

Do Something Meaningful With All That Outrage
Lessons from the Civil Rights movement — and the Stoics — can help us channel our anger into change.

Why We Need Another Version of “Parts Unknown”
It’s never been harder to look into “Parts Unknown” inside ourselves, but it’s also never been more important.

The Trump Enablers are the Perfect Example of the Dangers of Defining Yourself by Your Job
If there was ever a time to resign on principle, this is it.

The Great Awakening
How our thinking about technology fundamentally changed, and where we go from here.

The Takeaway No One Is Talking About From “A Star Is Born”
Bradley Cooper’s new film has a reality check in store for women.

9 Eye-Opening Truths About the College Mental Health Crisis
Young millennials and Gen Z students report higher rates of anxiety and depression than ever before. We need to understand why so we can do something about it.

Silicon Valley Execs Are Banning Their Kids From Using the Devices They Created
The author of three explosive New York Times reports shares what most surprised her — and what we should all keep in mind.

Don’t Buy into the Backlash — The Science on Meditation Is Clear
One flawed study can’t diminish the benefits of meditation in the workplace.

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