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Elisha Goldstein on bringing mindfulness into classroom—and home.
A “bellringer” is a short activity that some teachers put on the board in the beginning oRead more »
Elisha Goldstein on creating space in the day to come down from a worried mind.
The Now Effect is based on a very simple quote from a psychiatrist and holocaust survivor named Viktor Frankl.Read more »
Elisha Goldstein on using mindfulness to get un-stuck from negative thoughts and emotions.
I always say if there’s anything we’re assured of in life besides death and taxes, it’s stress and pain.Read more »
Toni Bernhard on why it's so difficult to be present in our lives, and her new book, How to Wake Up.
Everyone has ups and downs in life, sometimes they’re more extreme than others.Read more »
Elisha Goldstein on the mindfulness of comedian Louis C.K.'s recent discussion on phones and distraction.
There have been a lot of headlines lately about the 6-minute clip of comedian Louis C.K. telling Conan O’Brien why he doesn’t give his kids smartphones.Read more »