Posts Tagged: mindfulness

Being Mindful about Social Media

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Special thanks to Buffy Pilloud for sharing this good read with the Circles team. The post is called “Before You Scroll, Try This Mindful Social Media Practice.” It was originally written by Christopher Willard and posted to Berkely’s Greater Good Blog. In the post he talks about how “We’re all self-critical—here’s how to become aware […]

Mindfulness – Making My World Slow Down

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Students at Valencia wear many hats. Many of you work(some 2+ jobs), are married or in a serious relationship, have children etc. Now you are taking on another role, college student. There are times when the stars are out of alignment and the world just gets crazy- think finals, health issues, loss of job etc. […]

Silence the Craziness

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Many college students feel the same way I do right now: overworked, overwhelmed and anxious about tomorrow. We let all of our responsibilities overwhelm us, impeding the completion of any. What we need is some down time, away from it all, a chance for our brain to re energize and refocus. Take a peek at […]

Mindfulness

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    Fear is inevitable, I have to accept that, but I cannot allow it to paralyze me.” ~Isabel Allende When you think of a fearless person, you might imagine a real-life James Bond who performs death-defying stunts knowing he could die at any second. But for most of us living “normal” lives, fear operates […]