The Mindful Path, LLC | stress reduction
Cheryl Jones, mindfulness, mindfulness-based wellness program, mindfulness practices at work, Resilience Coach, Mindfulness Speaker, Wellness Strategy Consultant, Central Connecticut mindfulness speaker, Central Connecticut mindfulness author, mindfulness training, Mindful Exercise
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Letting go of workplace practices that cause burnout

We’ve been trained to multitask, to work long hours, and to live in a state of stress reactivity. We’ve been taught to force, jam and strive our way to the finish line. We’ve been conditioned to admire people who run around totally stressed out. There...

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Focusing on what you have control of

What causes you to feel stressed or even overwhelmed? Start by making a list of all your stressors. (This might be stressful!) Look at your list. Take a few breaths. Put a “C” next to all the stressors you have control of. Take a few more breaths....

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Keep balanced at work

If you’re like most people you race through the workday in fight-or- flight mode acting as though you’re in the middle of a fire drill. Mindfulness can help you stay balanced and move through the workday with more ease. Before every meeting or phone call, pause, put...

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Mindful shopping

Most of us engage in a bit of retail therapy. Some folks shop supermarket sweepstakes style as a regular way of coping with stress. While this can improve our mood at the time it only worsens stress levels when the bills come in. Shopping is a...

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Try mindful gardening to lower your stress level

Working in the garden offers a perfect opportunity to be more present in the moment. Take in the sights, smells, and sounds of nature--bees pollenating, blossoming flowers, or birds singing. Be aware of sensations in your body such as warmth, coolness, tightness, pain, or strength. Notice your thoughts...

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