All those irritations of the day will have their place, but they won’t be able to take over your life. Developing mindfulness in medicine is…
There’s little more frustrating than the realization that your efforts toward your personal growth seem to have gotten you into a rut.While all the work you have done up to this point may have served you well, it lately seems to have lost its spark. You may find yourself feeling listless and bored in both your personal and professional life, yet your efforts to push yourself higher all seem to fall flat.You may not even feel motivated to try to climb out of the rut in which you are stuck.
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The United States generates an enormous amount of waste that presents a serious threat to our environment and wildlife. According to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), Americans produced approximately 258 million tons of trash just in 2014. Recycling and “going green” are ways to reduce the amount of waste each of us produces. But just how much of a difference can we make by being more aware of our wasteful habits and working to reduce them?
It seems as though every time we turn around, the world has increased its pace by five-fold, placing more and more demands on our time. Meanwhile, current discourse seems to be lacking in basic courtesy and civility, we feel more isolated than ever from friends and family, and society in general has become more polarized. All of this can leave you feeling stressed, anxious, and depressed. If this is the case, it may be an excellent opportunity for you to look into starting some self-care, built around a solid meditation practice.