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When is a Good Time to Work on Your Mental Wellness?

How and when do you work on your mental wellness? Let’s start by answering that questions with another question (less than ideal, but stick with us). When is a good time to work on your physical wellness? Probably always. Even when we aren’t actively working on our physical wellness, we know we should be. We should … Continue reading When is a Good Time to Work on Your Mental Wellness?

Volunteering: The First Pillar of Kindfulness

We are a rushed, success-driven society. Volunteering: It sticks out like a sore thumb in our rushed, financially driven society. We are busy and our work days are often full. The evenings are spent tired, restless and unfulfilled. Most of us only have time for so much. We’re digging for purpose and often working simply … Continue reading Volunteering: The First Pillar of Kindfulness

Kindfulness: Connecting Kindness and Mindfulness

Kindness revealed We hide behind thin sheets of self. Enclosed, we are hopefully, safe. Behind windows with fogged panes we watch the world slowly, painfully, rotate. Someone peeks behind their swaying sheets and seems discouraged. They take a quick glance around. Others watching, waiting to see if someone will reach past their enclosure. Slowly, they lift … Continue reading Kindfulness: Connecting Kindness and Mindfulness

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