Joy: Is It What It’s All About?

The Book of Joy: Lasting Happiness in a Changing World by His Holiness the Dalai Lama, Archbishop Desmond Tutu and Douglas Carlton Abrams really puts things into perspective and I'm excited that it could make all the difference. I've always been one to feel guilt for experiencing joyous emotions when I know others are suffering so... Continue Reading →

How To Be Mindful When Reading

Do you ever find yourself sitting down to read, with every intention to focus but you find yourself re-reading the same few sentences over and over again? This happens to me far too often. But I'm getting better and you can too. Photo by Sam Lion on Pexels.com I am a big believer in the... Continue Reading →

Have you tried the CAN Method for Stress Relief?

There is no doubt about it. These are extra stressful times across the world as we continue to endure the unknowns of viruses, lock downs, and social deprivation. Thankfully, we humans have a built in mechanism, thought control, that can help dissipate feelings of overwhelm effectively. But it's not instant and it takes consistent practice.... Continue Reading →

How To Mindfully Work From Home

More people are working from home than ever before and there is evidence to show that a lot of these new work from home employees are going to permanently telecommute. Photo by Oladimeji Ajegbile on Pexels.com Working from home presents some unique challenges and staying focused on the task at hand can prove more difficult... Continue Reading →

How To Save Money With Mindfulness

Struggling to save money and curb your spending? Mindfulness can help. Saving money has much more to do with your outlook towards finances versus how much money you make. In general, when people make more money, they spend more money. But by slowing down, making a plan, and mindfully confronting your money issues, you will... Continue Reading →

4 Mindful Breathing Exercises for Stress Relief

Breathing exercises are one of the most effective natural stress relief tools. Studies have shown that controlled breathing reduces stress hormones, relaxes muscles, calms the mind and improves overall health. Photo by VisionPic .net on Pexels.com These exercises influence both physiological factors (by stimulating the parasympathetic nervous system) and psychological factors (by taking attention away from... Continue Reading →

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