Well-Being

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Health

Can Anyone Improve Their Own Well-Being? 

Research from the Center for Healthy Minds is addressing the recent decline in well-being by proposing a training-based framework for “the cultivation of human flourishing.” Read More 

  • Misty Pratt
  • April 22, 2021
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Well-Being

10 Mindful Books to Inspire You This Year 

What’s on your reading list for 2021? To get you started, here are 10 books (and three podcasts) that help us reflect, celebrate, practice, and find balance. Read More 

  • Amber Tucker, Barry Boyce, Stephanie Domet, and Oyinda Lagunju
  • April 16, 2021
Well-Being

Reclaim Your Morning With Soothing Sounds 

Are the first sounds of your day setting you up for serenity, or foretelling frustration? Lauren Knight describes her experiment with fine-tuning her morning alarm sound. Read More 

  • Lauren Knight
  • April 5, 2021
Well-Being

Unwinding Your Anxiety Habit Loop 

Coping with anxiety is difficult, but we can begin to untangle our anxious habits when we recognize how they show up in our daily activities. Read More 

  • Kira M. Newman
  • March 31, 2021
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Well-Being

When the Ego Hijacks Mindfulness 

It’s easy to find yourself thinking about being mindful rather than being mindful. Simply refocus, return to the present, and smile. Read More 

  • Ricky Derisz
  • March 26, 2021
Daily Practices

Getting Started with Mindful Movement 

Riding a bike, lifting weights, sweating it out on a treadmill—each can be a mindfulness practice. Whatever the physical activity, instead of simply working out to master a skill or improve your condition, you can move and breathe in a way that shifts you from feeling busy and distracted to feeling strong and capable. Read More 

  • Mindful Staff
  • March 24, 2021

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