Well-Being

Well-Being

This Is Your Brain on Lies 

Whether it’s lying about being sick or being stuck in traffic, telling a white lie may seem to make our lives a lot more convenient. But research shows when we shrug off white lies, we feel more comfortable telling bigger lies and hurting the people we care about. Read More

  • Crystal Goh

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Well-Being

A Guide to Practicing Self-Care with Mindfulness 

Making sure our own needs are met is as important as taking care of those we love most. When turning your attention toward yourself feels challenging, there are simple ways to move through the discomfort. Explore our new guide for tips, practices, and reminders on how to engage in self-care. Read More 

  • Mindful Staff
  • December 18, 2020
Well-Being

The Best Mindfulness Books of 2020 

The Mindful editors look back on their favourite books from this year, covering diverse topics such as mindful eating, the truth of belonging, and emotional resilience. Read More 

  • Stephanie Domet, Amber Tucker, and Barry Boyce
  • December 17, 2020
Well-Being

How to Practice Gratitude 

Practicing gratitude has incredible effects, from improving our mental health to boosting our relationships with others. Explore ways you can be more appreciative in our mindful guide to gratitude. Read More 

  • Mindful Staff
  • November 26, 2020
Well-Being

How Much Is Enough? 

Spencer Sherman explains how mindfulness can help us retrain our brains from always wanting more, regardless of circumstances, to feeling deeply contented with what we have. Read More 

  • Spencer Sherman
  • November 25, 2020
COVID Resources

8 Ways Healthcare Workers Can Reduce Stress 

Dr. Reena Kotecha and Dr. Chris Willard offer a collection of quick tips to help other healthcare professionals rediscover moments of calm and self-care, even during a grueling work day. Read More 

  • Christopher Willard and Reena Kotecha
  • November 24, 2020
Guided Meditation

A 3-Minute Meditation to Cultivate Forgiveness 

It can be difficult to forgive past wrongs, but we are the ones who hurt most when we don’t. Follow this guided practice from Elisha Goldstein to find your way forward. Read More 

  • Elisha Goldstein
  • November 16, 2020

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