We normally think of fear as something that’s holding us back, or something to be avoided … but what if we could see it as a powerful tool?
We’re constantly struggling with the past, in so many ways:
Our lives are spent building up to more important moments, later, the moments when we’ll be happy.
I’ve heard from many people who say, “I think too much,” or “I can’t get out of my own head.”
I’m writing this guide for my kids as they grow up and go out into the world — but it’s for anyone who wants to connect with others.
Today I deleted several apps from my phone: Twitter, Reddit, Feedly, Snapchat, the N.Y. Times app, and more.
I’m letting go of distractions, or at least learning to.
It can seem like our lives are filled with busyness, noise, distractions, and often meaningless activities.
What if we could filter out all that noise, and focus on the meaningful?
As we dive into the holiday season, it’s easy to feel overwhelmed, rushed, even irritated by family members and others around us.
I’d like to encourage you to try a mindfulness practice.
Here’s the practice:
I know a lot of people who fall into a slump, losing the habit of exercise, procrastinating with work, slipping into a bad diet, and generally not feeling motivated.
It’s hard to get out of a slump like that.