In my decade plus years of teaching mindfulness, I have never picked up the phone and had anyone say “I want to learn how to practice mindfulness because I want to cultivate a calm and open attitude to the present moment when I am feeling at my wit’s end.” No – most people call because Read more
New Year’s Day is a chance to begin again. But what we so often forget in our hectic lives is that every moment, every second, is a chance to begin again.
Use your evergreen, artificial or vintage Christmas tree as an object of mindfulness this holiday season.
Reflecting on spiritual materialism is a reminder to live the practice rather than try to own it.
My stepfather’s legacy lives on as I merge his love of photography with my love of words.
My vision board said “You Have What It Takes to Get Published.” Little did I know it would actually work!
I realized how much I missed providing direct service, so I decided to get back in the saddle!
The saying “two heads are better than one” is true, but four of us in a room can really stir things up!
Watch the video launch of Heather Stang’s new book Mindfulness & Grief – a Google Hangout on Air hosted by Susan Whittington.