Mindfulness

Mindfulness Tips for The Workplace During your commute to and from work, notice the cars, architecture, natural beauty, and other elements that surround you, as well as the emotions you’re experiencing in your body. When you feel stressed or anxious during a meeting or in...

So many apps, so little time. Many of us download dozens of them across a year, but only a handful become fully useful on a daily basis and cut across the key spheres of physical, intellectual, emotional, and spiritual engagement. Here's three apps that have...

As I hit a "milestone" birthday this weekend, I find myself grateful for the journey so far and excited about the possibilities going forward. There's a lot of things I would do differently if I could regarding people, circumstances, and key choices. But I've learned and...

One of my core values is becoming more self-aware and joyful through ongoing mindfulness practices, In a wonderful book called Search Inside Yourself, Chade-Meng Tan offers the "Siberian North Railroad," or "SBNRR," approach as a way to respond to emotional triggers (i.e., people or situations...

I was driving my daughter to Nashville yesterday when that familiar Beatles' song "Fixing a Hole" came on the radio: "I'm fixing a hole where the rain gets in/And stops my mind from wandering/Where it will go...

Another mass shooting in America. Dozens of futures ripped away; hundreds of survivors who will deal with the emotional and physical recovery for the rest of their lives. Hundreds, perhaps thousands, of friends and family members grieving in disbelief. And millions and millions more Americans...

I'm reading the book Chasing Relevance, which is focused on ways to more fully engage the Millennial generation. There's plenty of important takeaways in this book that I'll probably write about another time, but the other day I was struck by a small section on...

These days, I'm practicing making the "first three hours" of each day all about my own health, personal growth, creativity, and learning. If you don't prioritize time and space for such endeavors (and the specific chunk of the day when you do them will vary...

Yesterday a sense of solidarity swept across our country, as we turned our gazes skyward to glimpse the United States' first total solar eclipse in 99 years. It was brief. It was non-partisan. It was peaceful. And it was real. More than 300 million Americans,...

It's been hard to put thoughts together for any kind of prose for the last few months, aside from a little bit of journaling several times per week. I've felt disillusioned, sad, and angry at what I perceive as a lack of individual critical thinking,...