Poolside Party Ideas!

Nothing says summer more than relaxing evenings with friends and family by the pool. So this summer why not throw a mindful poolside party for your loved ones? It’s a fun and mindful way to relieve stress. Swimming is not only fun it also has numerous health benefits. It improves…

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Mindfully Boost Your Energy

You’re low on energy and the day has just begun. What do you do? Most Americans will start pouring a second, maybe third, cup of coffee or reach for an energy drink or shot. However, there are healthier options to boost your energy. If you’re looking for a Mindful way…

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3 Mindful Skincare Tips

The skin is the largest organ of the body and it needs to be taken care of properly, especially in summer months. With summer comes sun rays and chlorinated pools, which can take a toll on your skin but luckily there are some mindful skincare you might find in your…

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Mindful Gaming Lessons

With a new year comes a lot of work. As people strive to make meaningful gains on their New Year’s resolutions, many overlook the necessity of playing games. Research shows that participating in fun activities can reduce the risk of Alzheimer’s disease and lead to low levels of stress. A little…

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Easy Procrastination Tips

Studies show that 95 percent of us procrastinate, but only 20 percent of us see it as a problem. Procrastination causes businesses untold losses of money and productivity, but there are also health consequences. The longer you put off the task, the more the stress builds and the more depressed you feel.…

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6 Myths about Parenting Stress

It is easy to get overwhelmed with parenting stress these days. There are societal pressures and ever-changing child-rearing theories that have created a lot of stress and anxiety for parents. It’s time to clear up some misguided notions about good and bad parenting so that parents can get back to…

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A Nap a Day Keeps the Doctor Away

A short siesta could literally improve your life, but not all U.S. companies see napping as the tool to increase productivity that it is. Drowsiness on the job costs American businesses approximately $18 billion a year lost in productivity. But, can a nap a day keep the doctor away? When…

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