Mental Health Tips for Small Business Owners

May 4, 2020

Small businesses are on a roller coaster. The pandemic is forcing many to shut their doors temporarily and even those that can remain open are experiencing dips in sales as would-be customers stay at home. Not only do entrepreneurs need to consider new COVID-19 developments making news each day, they must also support their employees […]

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Family Wellness Month: Mental health tips for your crew

May 1, 2020

May is Family Wellness Month—a reminder to pause, take stock of your family’s habits, and consider positive changes, big and small. While it’s always good to be in synch with your crew, it’s more important than ever to have family routines, given the COVID-19 pandemic. Most people who make changes to their family’s lifestyle concentrate […]

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How to calm a wandering mind

April 29, 2020

If you’ve just started meditating, you might have run into a completely normal, sometimes frustrating phenomenon—the wandering mind. Just as you close your eyes and settle into your breath, there it is—a thought. Maybe it’s an exchange you had with your boss. Or the fact that you really need to pay that parking ticket. Whatever […]

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Meditation for when you can’t sleep

April 28, 2020

Racing thoughts. Anxious chatter. Stressing about the next day. These are hallmarks of a mind unable to unwind and fall asleep. For many, the uncertainty of the COVID-19 pandemic has made it challenging to get much-needed rest. And with most corporate employees at home, the lines between personal and work lives have blurred, further complicating […]

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Six common types of meditation

April 27, 2020

A wonderful yet intimidating thing about meditation is the many different ways you can practice. In fact, techniques often overlap in definition and you can use multiple methods at the same time. There’s no right or wrong way to get started with your practice—in fact it’s quite easy. To help you understand the variety of […]

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Why mindfulness is more important than ever

April 24, 2020

With stay-at-home orders, cancelled plans, and closed schools due to COVID-19, the world can feel very small. Many of us are lucky enough to be in good health with a roof over our heads but staying inside all day can feel smothering. All the things that once felt like a treat—laying on the couch watching […]

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Mindfulness for virtual meetings

Mindfulness for virtual meetings

April 22, 2020

“Are you there?” “You’re breaking up.” “Sorry, who’s speaking?” Virtual meetings can get awkward fast. With the corporate workforce staying at home amid COVID-19, there have been countless online syncs and undoubtedly a lot of frustration. Meetings can already be fraught with unspoken politics, hidden agendas, and unnecessary competition, and going virtual can compound these […]

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“I don’t know myself here” “I can’t be myself right now, I feel frozen” These are the words of a family member caught on the other side of the world during the COVID-19 pandemic.

April 16, 2020

No one on our planet really knows themselves right now. There has never been a version of you that has dealt with a pandemic and the resulting moment-by-moment fallout. A new you is required, one with new wisdom, more compassion, and the courage to surrender to a new unknown reality. This new reality looks different […]

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How to support your workforce during COVID-19

How to support your workforce during COVID-19

April 15, 2020

Many of us have been working from home for the better part of a month—or longer—and corporations are scrambling for ways to keep employees engaged and productive. This may feel insurmountable, but there are several simple steps organizations can take to support employees during this uncertain time. Be compassionate: What we are experiencing isn’t normal […]

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Parent + Child Meditation Program

Be Meditation: Parent + Child Meditation Program

April 14, 2020

While many adults have embraced meditation as a tool to reduce stress and manage anxiety, children can also benefit deeply from these practices. Young people are finding their place in the world, learning to manage their time, and working to understand themselves—all very tall tasks.  And with the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic rattling our collective sense […]

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