Tagged: Mindful Magazine – June’16

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Features

When it comes to designing the perfect home, architect Sarah Susanka focuses less on size, and more on creating beauty and meaning with every square foot. She reveals how little spaces can do big things.

illustration ant picnic
Features

Mice in your kitchen, ants at the picnic, screaming children, losing your temper, grouchy boss—life is full of imperfections. And yet it’s uncanny how hard we try to keep everything tidy and together. In fact, when we start to loosen up our habits of perfectionism we discover strength and resilience within.

illustration of scattered brain
Features

Restless, impulsive, distracted, forgetful: we all experience those things. But for 16 million Americans, this cocktail of brain struggles can do real harm. What is ADHD? Do you have it? What can be done?

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Magazine

The rise of tech has turned “office” into a mindset rather than a physical place for many modern workers. In the midst of this increased flexibility, here’s how you can bring some stability to your worklife.

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Love & Relationships

Our brains can’t help but compare the imperfect human snoring beside us to the ideal hunk in our heads. But around the corner there isn’t someone better—only someone different.