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"Stop worrying. And get a good night's sleep."
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What stood out for me as I was baking in the sun was the sound of wind, with barely a runner in sight. And also the sound of my footsteps and the bounce of my backpack registering a dull thud on repeat. If this was a Sunday afternoon run in a big city, I would have seen many runners, but here, I had it all to myself.
Given all the countless hours we spend on our Facebook newsfeeds, scrolling through headlines and photos or playing incredibly addictive games, it's hard to remember a time when our favourite social m...
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You can hurt your body doing yoga. But that damage pales in comparison to the damage that you can do to both your mind and body if you don't do yoga -- or some other activity that allows you to "connect" or "tune in" to the quiet beneath the chaos. If I can't convince you to try yoga, then at least do this: Experiment to find your own way of stretching your body and soul. Don't let the spectre of potential ill effects keep you inert and brittle. Because everything can hurt you. We humans just have to weigh the options. And then we have to choose the path that offers the best chance of suppleness and grace at a level of risk we can stand.
They never miss a deadline, seem to be everyone's office favourite and always have a smile on their face — even on Monday mornings. They're productive employees, and while it might appear difficult to...
Try this out for a week: stop saying, "I'm so busy" or "I'm so tired." Because truth is, so is everyone else. Yes life is busy, but we need to stop comparing our busy to someone else's as though our busy is more important than theirs.
One reason to take a real lunch break: a new poll finds that people who regularly eat at their desks consume more calories and snacks than those who dine out. According to a poll from Forza Supplement...
Mindfulness is simple, but it's not easy. When I'm on my computer, I can forget to check in with myself for hours. Then, when I do, I may notice that my shoulders are all tense, or that I've been wasting time checking email when I need to get something more important done.
If you’ve ever felt burdened by an uncompleted project, one that you know deep down you’ll never get around to, Arianna Huffington has some welcome advice. "Did you know that you can complete a projec...
Can you be a social media addict and still be incredibly productive and mindful at the same time? Deepak Chopra says he's proof it can be done and it's all about compartmentalizing — rather than multi...