I have been thinking a lot about joy lately: how to create it, access it, and awaken it. One of the common questions I get asked from students in my mindfulness courses is how to find more joy in everyday life. This is an important question because nourishing ourselves with joy is essential. . . .
Be present in the moment. It sounds so simple, right? Yet it is actually very difficult for most of us to do. More often than not we are either ruminating about the past or planning for the future. We all understand the benefits of living in the present moment, such as reducing stress, feeling . . .