Are your New Year’s Resolutions abandoned by Valentine’s Day? Try approaching resolution-making with mindfulness!
How do you manage your stress? If you are like most of us, at least according to the American Psychological Association’s 2015 report, you turn to things like television (40% of us), surfing the Internet (38% of us), or eating or drinking (23% and 14% of us, respectively). Among teens, the number one method of […]
In a time of year filled with a lot of noise, noise, noise, noise!, I find so much comfort in beautiful Christmas carols about stillness and peace. If we listen carefully, most of these joyful songs implore us to be silent, during a season that is generally anything but. I have been craving silence lately. Not a silence that means disengaging from the world, […]
Eight mindful mantras to help you cultivate joy, even on your most difficult days.
The holidays may be “the most wonderful time of the year” and “the hap-happiest season of all,” but sometimes all the marshmallow toasting and parties for hosting and excessive snow-blowing leave us … less than glowing. We officially launch the holiday season this week — Thanksgiving, Black Fri- Thursday?, gay happy meetings, and lots of good eatings. […]
There’s a lot of work to be done, and it can be overwhelming. We cannot do it all. So we must tend our garden.
If “practice makes perfect,” what exactly are we perfecting each day?
Over half of Americans say they are stressed out about the election. Learn six ways mindfulness can help you manage your election stress!