For many of us, the holidays are a time when we spend precious connected moments with our loved ones. We may also engage in sacred rituals associated with these holidays.
Regardless of how you celebrate the holidays â€” or even if you don’t celebrate them specifically â€” this may well be one of the few times during the year when you can enjoy the presence of your family and friends in person and celebrate your relationships together. Continue reading Social Media: Taking a Break
A while back, I heard someone say that technology has brought about the end of anticipation. Before the internet, when we went to visit a family member or friend who lived far away from us, we had a lot to talk about and catch up on since the last time saw each other.
Continue reading Finding the Joy in Anticipation Beyond All the Communication
In recent years, many of us have taken to cancelingÂ plans at the last minute via text or by using our smartphones in other ways. It usually happens minutes from the meeting time. I try not to do this, but I am definitely guilty of it.
Continue reading Make Plans as If the Internet Didn’t Exist
We are excited announce that Robert Plotkin, author of Technology forÂ Midfulness will be attending the Wisdom 2.0 in San Francisco this weekend. Look for insiughts, updates, and pieces of inspiration on the blog from him all weekend.Â
I have had the pleasure and privilege to take part in organizing a series of events on science, technology, and mindfulness at MIT under the banner of “Hack Your Mind.”Â The series was organized by Radius (formerly the Technology and Culture Forum) in partnership with Community Wellness at MIT.
Continue reading “Hack Your Mind” Series on Mindfulness and Technology at MIT