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Latest MindfulLifeToday.com blog: How to re-wire your brain for stress resiliency.One of our biggest contributors to stress isn’t the actual situation that is occurring. It’s our INTERPRETATION of events that causes a lot of our daily suffering.

Does your brain have an interpreter? One of our biggest contributors to stress isn’t the actual situation that is occurring.  It’s our INTERPRETATION of events that causes a lot of our daily suffering. Neuropsychologist, Rick Hanson, calls this, the second dart. The first darts of life are the inevitable annoyances that happen throughout our day...
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How to unplug on vacation, by Dr. Kristen Race of MindfulLifeToday (and the Mindfulness and the Workplace Course) Mindful tips to help you fully switch-off from work. It’s the phenomenon where our feet are in the sand, but our brain is still in the boardroom. And with WIFI in the most remote areas, we can stay tethered to our workplace even when there’s thousands of miles between us and our office...

How to unplug on vacation

It’s the phenomenon where our feet are in the sand, but our brain is still in the boardroom. And with WIFI in the most remote areas, we can stay tethered to our workplace even when there’s thousands of miles between us and our office. When our mental state has logged more miles than our favorite...
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How mindfulness at work actually helps long after you get home... Mindfulness and the Workplace course by MindfulLifeToday.com

Mindfulness and the Workplace is a course that primarily focuses on how to be more productive and less stressed at work. But here’s the thing… As our access to technology has changed over the past decade, the more the line between work-life and home-life has blurred. We don’t punch a clock and flip the off-switch...
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Mindfulness and the Workplace program by MindfulLifeToday.com – The key to lasting change is not to engulf yourself in drastic life transformations, rather it is to make one small change at a time...

Not too long ago, we thought that having the entire contents of our inbox conveniently located inside of our purse or pants pocket was a huge blessing. We could work from anywhere at anytime. We envisioned ourselves analyzing reports, and servicing clients while we sipped our umbrella drink from our beachside chaise lounge.  But in...
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Imagine this all-too-familiar scenario… You are at your desk, entering the last few details into a proposal/contract. You’re already running late to present this proposal to an important client. You finish! Now you need only print out two copies, and you’ll be on your way. You click print and the printer shows it’s offline. You...
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