We start most of our corporate sessions with a disclaimer, laughter is good and it is welcome in our sessions. That isn’t just because we are easy going, it is also because laughter eases tension, it bumps up your endorphin levels (more about that here). Similar to chronic stress, laughter has both short and long term effects, and some of these effects are very similar to those achieved with mindfulness and meditation.Read More
“Generosity is, in part, a survival instinct. Even the simple act of sharing food or shelter with another person is an example of humanity's intrinsic generosity. By giving to one another, we have prolonged the survival of the human community.”Read More
All of a sudden we (and all the growing greens) are officially defrosted and there is a chance that all the things we’ve been putting off as we hibernated for the winter will bubble up all at once.Read More
Working in an office environment makes it oh-so-easy to go out for lunch on a regular basis. But if you pack your own nutritious lunch; you just might find yourself more productive, among other things.Read More
When you hustle hard your body and your mind will eventually need a break. If that break doesn’t come on the regular, then you may be headed toward something known as “burnout”.
“Burnout is a state of emotional, physical, and mental exhaustion caused by excessive and prolonged stress. It occurs when you feel overwhelmed, emotionally drained, and unable to meet constant demands. As the stress continues, you begin to lose the interest and motivation that led you to take on a certain role in the first place…Read More