Well-Being

Well-Being

Unwinding Your Anxiety Habit Loop 

Coping with anxiety is difficult, but we can begin to untangle our anxious habits when we recognize how they show up in our daily activities. Read More 

  • Kira M. Newman
  • March 31, 2021
Well-Being

When the Ego Hijacks Mindfulness 

It’s easy to find yourself thinking about being mindful rather than being mindful. Simply refocus, return to the present, and smile. Read More 

  • Ricky Derisz
  • March 26, 2021
Daily Practices

Getting Started with Mindful Movement 

Riding a bike, lifting weights, sweating it out on a treadmill—each can be a mindfulness practice. Whatever the physical activity, instead of simply working out to master a skill or improve your condition, you can move and breathe in a way that shifts you from feeling busy and distracted to feeling strong and capable. Read More 

  • Mindful Staff
  • March 24, 2021
Well-Being

How I Stopped Terrorizing Myself 

Mindful’s managing editor Stephanie Domet explores how choosing self-compassion in the face of things that go bump in the night, made for kinder days and easier nights. Read More 

  • Stephanie Domet
  • March 15, 2021
Well-Being

Turning Grief into Random Acts of Kindness 

After the loss of their son Thomas, Kristin Fitzgerald-Zita and her partner asked friends and family to do something kind in his honor. Today, this call for kindness has spread all over the world and continues to write Thomas’ story. Read More 

  • Kristin Fitzgerald-Zita
  • March 9, 2021
Well-Being

How I Unplug From Social Media in One Second 

Mindful’s managing editor Stephanie Domet explains how she reclaimed ninety minutes a week from mindlessly scrolling through social media. Her secret: being reminded to take a deep breath. Read More 

  • Stephanie Domet
  • March 5, 2021
Audio

A 10-Minute Practice for Engaging Money Issues 

Money can be a big source of stress, but it can also be a tool for deepening self-awareness. Spencer Sherman explains how the money triggers or stressors in our lives can lead to greater freedom and less reactivity. Read More 

  • Spencer Sherman
  • March 4, 2021

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