September 29, 2020
Being a present, connected parent isn’t necessarily a new idea. Parents come into the world with a biological impulse to care for their young, and in healthy, supportive circumstances, they do just that. The demands of modern day life, however, make it hard for parents to be at their best. Not only are the expectations to produce successful, happy, engaged children greater than ever before, but parents are often less supported. What gives? One way to simplify parenting in spite of these challenges is normalize the – and de-personalize – them. Every parent feels stretched thin, overburdened, and alone at times. What if you stopped viewing parenting stress through a lens of “something is wrong with me?” and developed a wider, more compassionate perspective on your struggles and strengths?
September 16, 2020
Eating a healthier diet is a goal that many of us have to improve our overall health and well-being, but that can be easier said than done. Mindfully setting your intentions and focusing on heart-healthy foods can help you make better choices, improve your health, and find new foods that you enjoy.
September 15, 2020
Solution Targets Stress and Mental Health Crisis Facing Our Workforce ORLANDO, FL (Sept. 15, 2020) — Drawing on 10 years of data insights from delivering one of the most studied and successful corporate mindfulness programs for high-performing employees at top companies around the world, eMindful, the leading provider of live, virtual mindfulness solutions, today announced … Continued
September 10, 2020
Work-life balance is a way to equally prioritize your professional and personal lives, but the increase of teleworking during the pandemic has made this a challenge for many. The new work-life balance looks a little different, but it is possible to manage your mental health at work and at home through small mindfulness practices.
August 27, 2020
We often think of mindfulness as something we do when we sit still and close our eyes. But mindfulness is more like a trusty backpack – something we carry around with us and continually use. And mindfulness is certainly worth unpacking in our relationships.
August 21, 2020
Have you ever said “I’m sorry” for something that didn’t necessarily warrant an apology? For example, if someone accidentally bumps into you, or tacking it onto the end of a request like, “Could you also add bananas to the grocery list? Sorry…” This verbal reaction doesn’t always serve us, others, our relationships, or our work. … Continued