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The BASICS of Mindful Eating—Photo of someone peeling clementines over a bowl of un-peeled clementines.
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The BASICS of Mindful Eating 

How often do you sit down to eat with no screens and when you’re not on the move? Lynn Rossy shares how slowing down and paying attention to our meals can help us know what our body needs and when. Read More 

  • Lynn Rossy
  • November 28, 2021
How Mindfulness Helps Me Thrive with Asthma—A woman in a red jacket reaches a mountain peak surrounded by other mountains.
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How Mindfulness Helps Me Thrive with Asthma 

When Georgina Miranda was diagnosed with severe asthma, she realized how working with mindfulness could help her find the courage not only to summit mountains, but also to slow down and embrace taking things one breath at a time. Read More 

  • Georgina Miranda
  • November 6, 2021
Helping Kids Connect Through Face Masks at School—Makers, a mask, a bottle of hand sanitizer, a rainbow, pencil crayons, and other various classroom materials are spread over a bright yellow background.
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Helping Kids Connect Through Face Masks at School 

Wearing masks and social distancing makes it harder for kids to connect with one another at school. Here’s how mindfulness director Adam Ortman is helping by incorporating more playfulness in the curriculum. Read More 

  • Sarah Robertson
  • November 3, 2021
Do You Know How You Can Change the World?—We look down on someone's hands that are cupped together holding a small globe. The top half of the background is pink and the bottom half is light blue.
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Do You Know How You Can Change the World? 

Mindful columnist Elaine Smookler reminds us that there are countless ways to bring joy, health, and healing to our planet. You might be the agent of change we’ve been waiting for. Read More 

  • Elaine Smookler
  • August 18, 2021
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Why Relationships Are Key to Well-Being 

Authors and mindfulness experts Eric Langshur and Nate Klemp dive into the research on how building strong connections with others helps us stay healthy and happy. Read More 

  • Eric Langshur and Nate Klemp
  • July 30, 2021

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