Confronting our emotions is no easy task. In fact, most of us choose to run away or shut our feelings out. However, resisting our emotions can leave us feeling even more stressed and fatigued.
When it comes to practicing self-care and mindfulness, you don’t need to wait until the weekend to reset your body and your mind. In fact, there are many mindfulness exercises that you can do even during a busy day at work. Here’s how to practice mindfulness in the office.
Some days, the mind feels especially loud, restless, and volatile. This can leave us feeling upset and overwhelmed. However, meditation can help calm and quiet the thoughts, and reveal the true nature of the mind. Here’s a meditation that you can do, to experience a mind like the sky.
If you’re new to your yoga practice, you might have heard your instructor call out a sun salutation and then suddenly gone through a chain of invigorating, revitalizing, and especially challenging postures. It’s completely normal for the whole sequence to feel confusing, especially if you’re a beginner—but rest assured it will get easier and more […]
Have you been wanting to propel your career and yet you seem to have gotten stuck? You’re not alone. Most of us find ourselves in this situation at one point or another. What we may miss, however, is one simple element: authentic networking. And that means authentic relationships that can transform your life – and […]
A few facts about riots, wars, viruses, and economies: The recent riots around police brutality, racial inequities and injustice are the worst riots in the US since the 1960’s rebellion against the Vietnam war and racial discrimination. Black American COVID-19 mortality is more than 3 ½ times the white mortality rate. Real median Black household […]