The "Top Chef: Masters" star's signature hummingbird cake has fed some of the kindest people he knows, including Lady Gaga and her family. He shares the recipe...
The "Fixer Upper" star shared a heartfelt and honest Christmas message that reminds us what is really important.
You're stressed. Your family's stressed. Your friends are stressed. Here's what to do about it.
Actress Jane Krakowski opened up to TODAY about how Tina Fey gave her great career and motherhood advice.
This text exchange between an overreacting mother and her teen daughter has gone viral.
Benjamin Giroux's goal when writing his poem was to have society understand that being odd is different, and different is a good thing.
"I want nothing more than to see you grow and develop into the confident, amazing, grounded woman that you were destined to become."
Nicholas and Rafaela Ordaz celebrated 82 years of marriage last week. "They take care of each other," their granddaughter said.
The actress also offered own advice for young women looking to pursue their dreams.
At universities across the country, students are joining clubs dedicated to a common, joyful purpose: spreading happiness.
Author Matt Mikalatos shares tips and exercises to teach parents how to write a meaningful and loving letter to their children.
As "Better Than Before" author Gretchen Rubin knows, happiness and kindness go hand in hand.
Kindspring.org suggests a few quick, creative gestures guaranteed to leave a sweet impression on friends and family members.
Lots of people don't think technology is enhancing our human connections, according to the results of our NBC News State of Kindness online poll.
Alka Dhillon, author of "The Om Factor," shares her tips on creating a more harmonious workplace.
For more than a decade, Buddhist monk Matthieu Ricard has been called "happiest man in the world." He shares his tips with TODAY.
It's the Season of Kindness! Take these kids' tips on kind acts you can do for others, and what kindness really means.
It's the season of giving and it's important to remember to express gratitude to yourself, too.
'Tis the season to shop for others! But while giving is a joy, picking out the perfect gift isn't always a joyful process.
A little bit of kindness can go a long way — even online.
Want to ensure you're happy throughout your life? A new study may have the answer.
If you don't consider yourself a morning person, sometimes it's hard to wake up with a smile on your face.
"I just want everyone to be friends. If I can be nice, I think all of us can be nice too."
All this week, TODAY explored the best methods to become happier in life, from overcoming stress at work to pursuing a new career path.
I've always known I could be less stressed and happier. But I didn't realize my well-being could improve with the help of a happiness app.
Ask 10 people to define happiness and you'll likely get 10 different answers. Happiness researchers say the real answer is pretty simple.
Happiness in the workplace isn't impossible, it only requires adopting some simple practices. Start with these three numbers: five, three and one.
TODAY is exploring the "Secrets of Happiness" in a week-long series on the latest reseach on well-being at home, work and in our relationships.
A study published this week says acts of kindness makes us both more joyful and more social.