Category Archives: mindfulness

Regain A Missing Sense

We’re missing a sense integral to a fully-lived life. Here’s one way to get it back. Continue reading

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Angry Stranger’s Gift

She was sure lazy employees hadn’t stocked the shelves. She insisted on seeing the manager, who wasn’t there. She. Wouldn’t. Leave. Continue reading

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We Warp Time

time warp n. A hypothetical discontinuity or distortion occurring in the flow of time that would move events from one time period to another or suspend the passage of time. Continue reading

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Decision To Make? Ask Your Body

Bad posture taught me about using body wisdom. Continue reading

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A New Curse Word

Bet you’ve used this curse word today. Continue reading

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Delight-Driven Willpower

Willpower is easier when we rely on it for positives rather than use it to erase negative habits. Here’s to cultivating delights you want to welcome into your life. Continue reading

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Look Up

Summer. Perfect for lounging around doing nothing more than gazing at clouds. It’s a completely free pastime. The traditional spot to indulge in this pleasurable activity is sitting in the grass. Better yet, lying on the grass. Stay there as clouds drift … Continue reading

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