The Daily Calm – May 2nd, 2020

The news about COVID-19 is relentless. Couple that with isolation, financial worries, new family or home-schooling responsibilities, college-aged children making an unexpected return home and, in the worst-case scenario, the illness itself, and you have a recipe for tremendous levels of stress.

Mindfulness Exercises to Reduce Stress or Anxiety


Interest in practicing mindfulness has become pretty mainstream in recent years as a way to help you stay focused and centered in the face of distracting emotions and thoughts.

How Are Mindfulness, Stress and Your Well-Being Connected?


Not so very long ago, meditation and entrepreneurship rarely occupied the same bandwidth. Nowadays though, meditation—especially mindfulness—is everywhere, from education to therapies to management and beyond.

The Mindful Entrepreneur | How to Manage a Business and Meditate Effectively


The recent events around the globe have thrown us into an unprecedented state of uncertainty. It seems that no one can plan anything because we have no idea what tomorrow, much less next week or next month, will bring.

How Mindfulness Can Support You In Times of Uncertainty


These may not get you all the way there, but here are a few happy ideas to help you occupy the rest of your quarantine. Or any time, for that matter. Have fun!

MEDITATION – There are many ways to pass time

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