One of the biggest obstacles to sticking with a habit change, a new system, a goal, or a long-term project … is that we get disrupted.
Mindfulness has (amazingly, wonderfully) become quite a buzzword in the last decade or so, and for a good reason. It's powerful and can help us become more present, happier, more focused, and much more.
Wow. What a year. I think it's safe to say that the best thing about 2020 is that it's over. Coming out of that flaming train wreck of a year, the last thing we need is to start 2021 beating ourselves up for all how we fell short in the
These days, it’s a common problem: switching between browser tabs and apps on your phone, checking social media and messages and email, thinking about the million things you have to do but putting them off … Anything but staying focused on one task at a time. And it’s hard
Two minutes here and there rarely matter very much over a day, a week, a lifetime. But there are two minutes you could spend, right now, that would have a significant impact on your life. I’ll save you the suspense: it’s two-minute meditation. And it’s straightforward: take
The problems with these everyday situations are that we take the big picture, the overwhelming nature of it all, and use it not to do anything. Instead, I’ve found it useful to pick one tiny action. It can change everything. Photo by Jason Hogan [https://unsplash.com/@jasonhogan?utm_
It’s a story most of us have lived through at some time or other: we begin an exercise program, and it’s going well, but after a week or two or a month or two or even a year or two, we fall off the program. Then we might