Meditation for Productivity r

Loads of research links meditation to positive outcomes—to little things like peace and happiness. But what about that outcome that, for better or worse, many prioritize above all—productivity?   If it works for them… Many attribute their productivity to meditation. … Continue reading

Devil’s Advocate: How to Use Social Media to Learn, Move & Grow r

Social media gets a bad wrap.  It’s bad for your brain. It makes you anxious.  It takes you out of the present moment.  Valid points, sure. But there are positive ways to use social media. You can use it to … Continue reading

4 Unique Ways to Remain Productive Working From Home

You may be one month into working from home and wondering how you can remain productive or even improve your productivity. Working from home can naturally increase your productivity because you don’t have to worry about a commute. You can … Continue reading

5 Things To Be Proud Of When Fighting Depression (And How To Get Better)

I have heard depression described as an angry black shadow that follows you wherever you go — and this is a description I agree with wholeheartedly. I mean, if you take a second to think about it, it just makes … Continue reading

10 Ways to Develop Resilience In Sobriety

Sobriety is a concept that is sometimes misunderstood, and once misunderstood, the approach towards sobriety can be wrongly applied. For some recovering addicts, sobriety translates to a phase of misery, rather than as a time to improve oneself physically and … Continue reading

Productivity with Purpose: A Necessary Combination

I am naturally a productive person. I prioritize ruthlessly and execute on that prioritization. That said, I have failed recently to have an overarching purpose to my productivity. Yes, I know I need to get a certain number of things … Continue reading