We all know that the image people portray of themselves on social media is highly selective and curated. People often post only the information that paints them in a positive light and makes them seem as interesting as possible. As a result, their social media lives don’t always reflect their full reality.
Continue reading Positive, Negative and Neutral Posting on Social Media
Have you ever watched a tennis sequence in which a player serves and the receiver runs in reaction to the serve and then hits the ball back off balance? Throughout the exchange, the server stands firm and it seems like they’re dictating where and when the receiver moves.
Do you ever feel like that with your smartphone? Are you the receiver and is your smartphone the server?
Continue reading Responding, Not Reacting to Your Smartphone
A critical part of mindfulness is paying attention to our experience in the present moment.
In fact, every definition I’ve ever heard of mindfulness includes this element in some form. According to Jon Kabat-Zinn, “Mindfulness means paying attention in a particular way: on purpose, in the present moment, and non-judgmentally.”
Continue reading Beyond Noticing: Putting Mindfulness into Action
Today, I’ll provide some pointers for how to apply mindfulness
Continue reading Tips for Mindful Task Management: Part 1
to getting things done on your to-do list.