Can Mindfulness Make You Less Messy?
Rather than rely on trends or research, a bit of mindfulness can help you better understand how your particular brand of mess affects you and what steps you might take to create the “just right” Goldilocks relationship with your possessions.
Eating Mindfully: How A Simple Practice Can Help Us Enjoy Our Food More and Eat Healthier
Mindful eating might sound like another fad, but it’s a long-standing respected mindfulness practice that encourages us to become more aware of ourselves. Mindful eating can guide us to make healthier choices about what we eat and invite us to care for ourselves in a fundamental way.
The Paradox of Having a Goal
It seems paradoxical to, on the one hand, practice just “being” without judgment or striving to make things different, and on the other hand have goals, even for mindfulness practice itself. What’s this all about?
Social Media and the Fear of Missing Out (FOMO)
Nowadays, FOMO is an undeniably real phenomenon fostered by social media use and capitalized upon by marketers to sell us everything. Practicing mindfulness can help regain focus and avoid FOMO. We can use mindfulness to purposefully engage in social media, to notice how it makes us feel and to appreciate our lives – even the small moments that aren’t Instagram worthy.
From Teen to Adult: How Mindfulness Changed My Life
Ever wondered what it might look like if you started to practice mindfulness when you were a teenager? You don’t get any super powers, and you continue to be an imperfect human being, but you do learn some habits that make life easier. Here’s a story about my journey through how mindfulness changed my life.
Saying NO To Be Able To Enthusiastically Say YES in 2019
Making time for the things we want to do may require saying “No” to the things we don’t want to do. Learning how saying ‘no thank you’ is ok and maybe even the best route to take in certain situations.
Mindfulness Practices to Offset Burnout and Empower You
Statistics show organizations face an employee burnout crisis, and significant life transitions can put you at greater risk for burnout. But, truly anytime you take on more demands and responsibilities, you run the risk of over-extending yourself, and, wearing down your system.