Category: Week 2

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. Fortunately, with these procrastination tips…
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Need An Emotional Spring Cleaning?

Flowers, birds and lovely weather are on the way, but spring also brings on certain types of stress unique to the season. We think of all the coming holidays like our kids’ spring break, Easter, and Passover; all of the spring cleaning tips and related expenses; and allergies are about to kick in full swing,…
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Mindful Mason Jar Lunches

Mason jars are used for practically everything nowadays. If you have a few mason jars laying around, you can also use them to make mindful school lunches for your kids. Listed below are just a few options. 5 Mason Jar Lunch Ideas Pizza pasta mason jar shaker. What kid wouldn’t love to have pizza for lunch? Be the best…
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Instant Spring Home Makeover

Spring has finally arrived and now it’s time to enjoy the warm weather from the comfort of your own yard. But before you plan your next garden party, remember to use these tips for your spring home makeover. Ready to start your spring home makeover? Here are five tips that add spring style to your…
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9 Top Traveling Tips for Spring

Traveling can be quite stressful, but with the right traveling tips this spring all you need to worry about is the destination. Here are nine top traveling tips for your next spring vacation. Using Duct Tape When Traveling! Duct tape is a handy item to bring on any journey. It works especially well for preventing…
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3 Ways to Save the Butterflies

Butterflies are pollinators just like bees. When we don’t see butterflies around we know the health of our environment is compromised. Just like the bees, we are seeing fewer and fewer butterflies each year. Lets all get together in our homes, neighborhoods and business environments to save the butterflies and help them flourish and rebound…
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How Can I Afford New Spring Clothes?

The enticing, bright spring clothes and shoe styles are in every magazine you open and in every store you gaze into. You know you want to update your wardrobe and the new spring colors–they have so much energy and just look fun. But then, the reality of the balance of your checkbook settles in. Don’t…
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15 Activists to Celebrate for Women’s History Month

Happy Women’s History Month! What began in 1978 as a weeklong celebration in the school district of Sonoma, California has become a national month of awareness. In the past, we’ve shined a spotlight on many Mindful “sheroes.” This year we’d like to take a moment to recognize the 15 honorees of the National Women’s History Project.…
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Find Healing in the Wild

If you are feeling stressed or otherwise struggling with your mental health, enjoying the great outdoors for a little eco-therapy can make all the difference. If you find you need something more challenging, consider wilderness therapy programs. You will be able to heal while adventuring in the great outdoors. Spending time outside can do powerful…
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Workcations: New Way to Travel

Vacations can be a time for learning as well as relaxing. Many vacationers desire a green, educational experience while traveling. Environmental holidays and the recent boom of agritourism can provide just that. Here are a few Mindful travel examples of farming vacations. The Agritourism Trend A few years ago, the U.S. Census of Agriculture reported…
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