FOMO=Fear Of Missing Out

In our hyper-linked world, we’re more aware than ever before of all the amazing things others are doing. On one hand it’s good because it can inspire and motivate us to expand our own horizons. On the other hand, it can create a low-level of continuous...

Tool # 12

Tool # 12 Being Present Much of the suffering we experience is created by our minds. It occurs when we’re thinking about things that have already happened or worrying about what might happen. Rehashing unsatisfying past events means re-living experiences we...

Practically Present

If you don’t enjoy what’s happening right now because you’re too worried about what’s next, your entire life could pass by without you being fully there. Being present isn’t some sort of esoteric idea that promises some distant,...

Dividing Attention

In our busy lives, it’s common to try to accomplish many things at once. But, splitting our focus means we aren’t paying sustained attention to anything. Not only does this mean we don’t do our best, it also means that we don’t fully experience...

Stringing Pearls

Think of each moment of satisfaction, joy and contentment as a valuable pearl. The more pearl-like moments you can string together, the happier your life experience. It’s surprisingly simple to make almost any moment feel good by choosing to not compare it,...

Healing through Presence

Every role you inhabit, whether mother, father, child, grandparent, sister, brother, wife, husband, career, etc, plays into your image of yourself. When playing these roles brings stress and grief, there’s a simple way to release yourself from that tension. Try...