I’ve spent my whole life performing. Performing for audiences. Performing for teachers. Performing for colleagues. Performing for leaders. And yet, I wouldn’t consider myself a natural performer. I’m not energized by being in the spotlight — in fact, it drains me. But, because my family is strangely drawn to suffering, at the age of 7 […]
As we begin to see the light at the end of the COVID-19 tunnel, many employees are having mixed feelings about returning to the office. Just as everyone became comfy working from their couch, now many are experiencing anxiety about transitioning back to their pre-Covid lives after a traumatic and already anxiety-inducing year. Learn how you can mindfully help employees return to the office in this post.
What can we learn from the way Thich Nhat Hanh mindfully walks through the world? How can we embody his behaviors to live more peaceful, present lives? In this post, we’ll take a look at some of the key behavioral traits that contribute to his peace-loving presence.
Riding out a global pandemic isn’t exactly filled with comfort, but that doesn’t mean it needs to be rid of joy. Although this holiday season looks very different for must of us, there are ways we can make the most of the festivities we can enjoy, even if it’s with a cozier crowd. Here are 5 tips for a mindful holiday season.
Anyone else feeling spent by 2 PM lately? Right now, although time keeps ticking on at a seemingly faster rate than before, my energy levels certainly haven’t followed suit. Taking breaks throughout the day, especially when we’re all in the confines of our homes, is crucial to sustaining energy throughout the day and the key to getting the most out of breaks is proactively scheduling the right ones in. Here are three types of breaks to schedule into your day to feel better and work better.
As we all spend more time at home during the pandemic, we’ve all become more dependent on digital technology to live our lives. Here are five mindful tips to maintain your digital wellbeing while we’re all stuck doing everything from our screens.
It’s strange that during a time when we’re forced to slow down it seems like our minds are racing a marathon. Floods of new information are coming into our consciousness almost hourly and it can send you into a tailspin if you aren’t intentional about what you choose to bring in, what you choose to leave out, and how you manage difficult information and emotions.
Here are a few tips on how to prioritize self-care during the pandemic.
We live in a time of chronic busyness, but are we really pressed for time or does the problem lie largely in our own psychology? Find out how to curb constant doing and mindfully slow down in this post.