© 0.4 2019

Focused on that forty percent.

Positive psychology has revealed that while 50% of our happiness is due to genetics and 10% to life circumstances —such as our age, occupation, and marital status — 40% of it is comprised of intentional behavior, thoughts, and actions.

0.4 is about the 40%: the stuff that you can control and implement into your life.

morgan woodruff: feminist, coffee drinker, & psych student

Morgan Woodruff is a feminist, coffee drinker and psych student at Western Washington University. Courageously candid and truly one of the funniest people I know, Morgan inspires me with her resilient, yet upbeat attitude, and acceptance of all things that are a work-in-progress.


Because everything always is, right?

issue 01:

print sold out, e-book available


For a limited time only, the e-book will be available for purchase to prepare for Issue 02 coming out in 2020.

The premiere issue focuses on the three main aspects of one's happiness: the mind, body, and heart. With never before published articles, photo editorials, and the luxury of having it all contained in a printed piece — 0.4 Magazine: Issue 01 is a collector's item.

how to get a job in 2019

How millennials are actually more committed than everyone thinks...and the top tips on how to get a new job.

Connections in the brain are the result of thoughts: when we learn something, new connections form. Learn how to scientifically rewire your brain and so you can re-orient your life.

Why going outside can decrease anxiety, without side effects.

Healthcare entrepreneur, Sarah Morford, is fearless and inspiring. She shares her thoughts on the swiping sensation that is modern dating, how to get what you want, and what helped shape her perspective on life.

How much does your physical space affect your headspace? A lot, according to recent studies — especially if you live in a city.

Sometimes it helps to get out of your head and see someone else's perspective on life. Know someone inspirational you think should be featured? Email us.



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