They might be a little corny, a little quirky, but they work. Barry Boyce, Mindful's Editor-in-Chief, explains Mindful Interrupters.
Welcome to Mindful interrupters.Read more »
Mindful Publisher Jim Gimian and I travelled last week to the Inauguration ceremonies for President Obama as guests of Representative Tim Ryan, author of A Mindful Nation. (Jim and I helped Representative Ryan with the conception, shaping, and promoting of the book; in the second issue of Mindful, PBS NewsHour political editor Christina Bellantoni profiles Representative Ryan and reports on his work with mindfulness.)
At the inauguration, we joined close to a million people stretching from the west front of the Capitol down the Mall and to the Lincoln Memorial for a great party that I found both uplifting and moving.Read more »
Barry Boyce, Mindful's Editor-in-Chief, is thankful for people who remember what matters most, especially in trying circumstances.
What I’ve always loved about Thanksgiving is that we’re mostly thankful for the people (and some good food) and not for “the stuff.” For a seemingly increasing number of peoRead more »
One Hallowe'en soon, we expect the "Mindful Angel" at our doorstep. How about you?
Here in the Mindful office, a couple of us have fantasized out loud, wondering when mindfulness might be seen as commonplace, so normal, so American—and with their emphasis on self-reliance aRead more »