Health

Work

Why We Should Welcome Emotions at Work 

Do emotions have a place at work? Psychologist Susan David explains why it’s necessary, and even beneficial, to make space for emotions, and tips for honing your emotional agility. Read More

  • Amber Tucker

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Well-Being

Can’t Stop Procrastinating? Here’s How to Break the Cycle 

Procrastination can feel like a bad habit, one that’s hard to break. We talked to Dr. Piers Steel, one of the foremost researchers on the science of motivation and procrastination, about what it takes to break your procrastination habit and the role our emotions play in getting the job done. Read More 

  • Oyinda Lagunju
  • May 4, 2021
Daily Practices

7 Ways to Appreciate the Natural World 

When we get intentional about noticing the details around us, we open ourselves up to the wonder, nourishment, and surprise that nature has to offer. Read More 

  • Mindful Staff
  • May 3, 2021
Relationships

Why Part of Caregiving Is Listening 

Caring for someone requires more than good intentions. Founding editor Barry Boyce shares what he learned about being present and truly listening from the time he spent with his aging mother. Read More 

  • Barry Boyce
  • April 23, 2021
Health

Can Anyone Improve Their Own Well-Being? 

Research from the Center for Healthy Minds is addressing the recent decline in well-being by proposing a training-based framework for “the cultivation of human flourishing.” Read More 

  • Misty Pratt
  • April 22, 2021

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