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Calm

Do we need to unplug? 

Does moment-to-moment mindfulness mean we need to switch off? We discuss the pros and cons.  Read More 

  • Stephany Tlalka
  • February 28, 2013

Finding calm: it’s not about unplugging 

Neema Moraveji, director of Stanford University's Calming Technology Lab, adds to the ongoing conversation about anxiety and technology by arguing that you don't have to put down your smartphone in order to get some peace.  Read More 

  • Mindful Staff
  • July 31, 2012
Well-Being

How I Unplug From Social Media in One Second 

Mindful’s managing editor Stephanie Domet explains how she reclaimed ninety minutes a week from mindlessly scrolling through social media. Her secret: being reminded to take a deep breath. Read More 

  • Stephanie Domet
  • March 5, 2021
Focus

Is it Time to Unplug? 

Ok…I’m outing myself. I was driving the other day with my mind wandering off the road and onto an idea for a wonderful blog that really got to the heart of people nowadays being potentially over-connected to a point where there isn’t time for oneself or to just be still. Very little effort is made to unplug […] Read More 

  • Elisha Goldstein
  • June 14, 2011

Is it Time to Unplug? 

"So there I was driving," writes Elisha Goldstein, "only to look up and find that I was three exits past where I needed to get off. Talk about being on auto-pilot. Sound familiar?" Read More 

  • Line Goguen-Hughes
  • May 6, 2011
Feeling Overconnected? Here are Simple Ways to Unplug
Well-Being

Feeling Overconnected? Here are Simple Ways to Unplug 

As much as we'd all like to escape from our technology, oftentimes the demands of work don't give us the choice. Elisha Goldstein gives advice on how to use our digital devices to actually support us in our mindfulness practice. Read More 

  • Elisha Goldstein
  • May 18, 2011

Victory Reveals Itself 

We may not be generals, presidents or CEO’s, but conflict is still an inescapable part of our lives. The Art of War, says James Gimian, teaches us the profound art of “taking whole,” the victory that everyone shares in. Read More 

  • Mindful Staff
  • August 26, 2010








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