Four Ways to Calm Your Mind in Stressful Times

Four Ways to Calm Your Mind in Stressful Times

Life throws chaos at us regularly—whether it’s our finances, our relationships, or our health. In the work world, around 50 percent of people are burned out in industries like health care, banking, and nonprofits, and employers spend $300 billion per year on...
What to Do About Your Mean Streak

What to Do About Your Mean Streak

Internet trolling, bullying, and epidemic snarkiness (online, in the grocery store, or even directed wordlessly to random people walking by) seem to be the new black. Sometimes I wonder, is this our paradigm now? Are we becoming meaner? Is our nature essentially...
How to Be Mindful With Your Cravings

How to Be Mindful With Your Cravings

When it comes to the universally-not-so-fun experience of craving, it goes something like this: my old job gave me an iPhone to keep me in the loop, which soon led to the intense pleasure of flicking through the app store and downloading my first version of the game...
How to Be Loved For Who You Are

How to Be Loved For Who You Are

Image by StockSnap from Pixabay Everyone wants to feel loved. It is a vital part of being human. Once a person’s physiological needs such as breathing, food, water, as well as the feeling of being free from danger are met, a person then needs to feel a sense of...
What Makes a Conversation Mindful?

What Makes a Conversation Mindful?

There’s a lot of talk about making workplaces more mindful, but what does that really mean? Mindfulness is more than meditation. It’s just as much about how we communicate with those around us as it is about finding stillness within ourselves. In the workplace, so...