FT Series Wellness 2020 Drink (less), sleep and be merry — a guide to modern happiness How much should we really drink?As young people turn their backs on alcohol, Simon Kuper asks if it is time for their elders to follow suit Can We Be Happier? — yes, but it’s not about wealthRichard Layard’s manifesto for wellbeing urges us to focus on trust and relationships Hacks’ lifehacks: the FT guide to wellnessFT writers give their tips on how to maintain mental and physical wellbeing Is the search for a perfect night’s sleep keeping you up?Apps and gadgets promise to unlock the secrets of rest — but have unintended consequences How wellness sweats the small stuffNo one who dislikes their work or partner will offset the pain by mastering sleep, fitness or nutrition Goodbye clean eating — bread is backAs continents blaze with wildfires and liberal values go up in smoke, who has the energy to care about carbs? More from this Series A step into the light? Peace through artThere is no better way to lift the spirits, to soothe a troubled soul or a broken mind. But is that always true? Stretch classes and recovery gadgets muscle in on the fitness marketThe wellness generation is turning to pummelling devices and ‘flexperts’ to recuperate from their SoulCycle classes Splendid isolation: the new breed of mountain refugeRather than just shelter for climbers, refuges are offering comfort, spa treatments — and space to think Feeling Good — Nina Simone’s anthem of liberationWritten for a 1964 musical, this exhilarating track has been covered by dozens of artists Books to reach for in troubled timesCan reading build resilience to adversity?