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When Life Feels Too Hard: How to Mindfully Get Through the Day

[ad_1] NOTE: This post contains a giveaway. If you’re reading this in your inbox, click here to participate on the site! “If today gets difficult, remember the smell of coffee, the way sunlight bounces off a window, the sound of.

Why a Curious Mind Is a Free Mind

[ad_1] “I have no special talent. I am only passionately curious.” ~Albert Einstein When speaking to a parent recently, she said, “I have made it a rule that my kids read every day for an hour. There are no two.

Calling Out Bullies: Why You Need to Stand Up for Yourself

[ad_1] “Standing up for yourself doesn’t make you argumentative. Sharing your feelings doesn’t make you overly sensitive. And saying no doesn’t make you uncaring or selfish. If someone won’t respect your feelings, needs, and boundaries, the problem isn’t you; it’s.

5 Things You Need to Know If You’re Interested in Meditation

[ad_1] “The fruit of meditation is not the absence of thoughts, but the fact that thoughts cease to harm us.” ~Bokar Rinpoche My inspiration to start meditating came from one of the most unlikely sources—a Star Wars movie. When I.

How I Forgave When Life Felt Painful and Unfair

[ad_1] “Forgiving someone doesn’t mean that their behavior was ‘OK.’ What it does mean is that we’re ready to move on. To release the heavy weight. To shape our own life, on our terms, without any unnecessary burdens. Forgiveness is.

Free Recreate Your Life Story eCourse ($97 value) with Tiny Buddha’s Mindfulness Kit

[ad_1] Another surreal holiday in the books, for those of us in the US that is. I hope you all had a love-filled day yesterday, even if that love was sent from afar. I was 3,000 miles away from my.

40 Reasons You’re Amazing and Worth Appreciating

[ad_1] I’m willing to bet that most of us spend far more time focusing on what we aren’t than appreciating who we are. We home in everything we think we lack and then feel bad about ourselves, when there’s actually.

If You Think There’s Something Wrong with You…

[ad_1] The root cause of suffering for many of us is believing that there’s something’s wrong with us. Psychiatrists’ and therapists’ offices are filled with people who are carrying this false belief, most often stemming from traumatic or painful childhood.

Giveaway: Win Tiny Buddha’s Mindfulness Kit for You and a Loved One!

[ad_1] **This post contains a giveaway. If you’re reading this in your inbox, click here to enter on the site!** There’s no denying it’s a strange holiday season this year. Annual traditions are on hold for many. Loved ones are.

How to Get Out of Your Head and Show Up for Your Life

[ad_1] “If you think there’s something missing from your life, it’s probably you.” ~Robert Holden Most people would agree that thinking too much can cost you your peace, your happiness perhaps—but your life? Surely that’s a bit of an exaggeration..

7 Morning Mindfulness Practices to Help You Have an Awesome Day

[ad_1] How often do you feel energized, grounded, and excited for the day when you finish your morning routine? And what is your morning routine? Are you one of those people who sleep as late as possible, pound some coffee.

Beating the Odds: Why I Survived and My Brother Did Not

[ad_1] My brother, Marc-Emile, sparkled brilliantly. At sixteen years old, he could expound on physics or Plato, calculus, or car mechanics, Stravinsky or Steppenwolf. At seventeen, he began reading the Great Books series, starting with Homer and Aeschylus and moving forward through.

How to Create Peace and Calm Through Mindful Photography

[ad_1] “Don’t shoot what it looks like, shoot what it feels like.” ~David Alan Harvey Due to the current state of the world, I think it could benefit of us all to be more in the here and now, in.

3 Ways Decluttering Can Help You Accept Yourself

[ad_1] “I now see how owning our story and loving ourselves through that process is the bravest thing that we will ever do.” ~Brené Brown I had just squeezed all my possessions into a jumbo-sized moving van and relocated to.

How to Tame Your ’Tornado’ Mind and Stop Overthinking Everything

[ad_1] “You don’t suffer because you have thoughts. You suffer because you judge them, resist them, believe them, wallow in them, or identify with them.” ~Unknown At one point in my life, I wondered, “Will things always be this way?”.

When You’re Confused About What to Do: How to Find Clarity

[ad_1] “Nothing in the world can bother you as much as your own mind, I tell you. In fact, others seem to be bothering you, but it is not others, it is your own mind.” ~Sri Sri Ravi Shankar Do.

Tiny Buddha’s New Mindfulness Kit: Less Stress, More Peace

[ad_1] Hi friends! I couldn’t be more excited to share that I’ve officially launched a Mindfulness Kit that includes a daily mindfulness practice guide and four aromatherapy-based products, as well as three free digital bonuses that expand on a few.

How to Stop Obsessing Over What Other People Think of You

[ad_1] “You wouldn’t worry so much about what others think of you if you realized how seldom they do.” ~Eleanor Roosevelt I spent way too much of my life worrying about what other people were thinking of me. I couldn’t.

How to Stop Over-Apologizing, From a Lifelong Over-Apologizer

[ad_1] “Forgive yourself for not knowing what you didn’t know before you lived through it. Honor your path. Trust your journey. Learn, grow, evolve, become.” ~Creig Crippen When I was a child, my immediate reaction to most things was “I’m.

14 Daily Happiness Habits to Adopt Right Now

[ad_1] “The biggest lie we’re told is ‘Be with someone who makes you happy.’ The truth is, happiness is something you create on your own. Be with someone who adds to it.” ~Unknown That’s what we all strive for, right?.

How to Set Healthy Boundaries and Protect Your Space and Energy

[ad_1] “You yourself, as much as anybody in the entire universe, deserve your love and affection.” ~Buddha This unprecedented time has given us an opportunity to pause, reflect, and focus on the things that are truly important in our lives..

How to Make Sense of the Anxiety That Comes with Being a Parent

[ad_1] “You must first teach a child he is loved. Only then is he ready to learn everything else.” ~Amanda Morgan If I had a nickel for every parent who asked me, “So, if we do (…insert a strategy they.