In teaching, there’s a lot you can’t control. But there’s a lot you can do to improve your response to stress. Learn 5 mindfulness practices for teachers.
For the past decade, mindfulness has arisen as a valuable tool for educators. But mindfulness’ value in the classroom has
It’s a daily struggle. You sit down at your computer, ready to tackle your day. And then it happens. A
If you’re feeling frazzled by the demands of modern life, you’re not alone. According to a recent Gallup poll, 79%
Meditation calms me down and stuff. – 4th-grade girl, Holistic Me program Should we replace detention with mindfulness? That’s the
For many of us, the holidays are a time when we spend precious connected moments with our loved ones. We
Finding yourself consistently distracted by your Smartphone? In this 1 hour workshop, join Robert Plotkin, founder of Technology For Mindfulness
People can engage with technology in a wide variety of ways while exercising. Some people put their devices away entirely
Social media platforms like Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram are designed not only to enable but encourage people to provide feedback
Although electronic calendars, software, and the internet were supposed to make it easier than ever to schedule meetings, the actual result of these technologies has been that people arrive late, reschedule meetings, or miss them altogether more frequently these days.
Here are just a few of the reasons why I think we are more disorganized, late, and stressed out about our calendar than ever before:
The so-called “desktop metaphor” has been around on personal computers for about 40 years and is still the dominant way of visually organizing information. It was originally designed to emulate a physical desktop on which you put folders, files, and other types of documents and devices.
Regardless of how you feel about computer desktops, they can become cluttered just like a physical desktop, which can be distracting, stress-inducing, and hinder your productivity.
Staying on top of your email inbox can feel like a daunting and never-ending task. Although I don’t have any magic solution to this issue, the tip I’ll share today has helped me cut through the clutter much more efficiently, allowing me to stay focused on real work and thus have much more time during my work day.
Here is my suggestion: Put emails that you receive onto your calendar so that you respond to them at scheduled times.