All teachers want their students to be calm, focused, alert, aware and creative, which is essentially what mindfulness is all about, so it's no wonder the term has become a bit of a buzzword, even in education.
Sometimes it’s tough to diffuse an angry boss or contentious colleague without stepping into the emotional muck ourselves. Here are some simple strategies to keep the egg off your face. We’ve all witnessed
“The contradiction between your body and your mind, between your mind and itself … these contradictions and these tensions are the greatest gift that we have,” Joss Whedon told graduating seniors in his
Sleep is your body’s most important program. Which is precisely why you should hack it. Breaking news: When you’re asleep, you’re still alive–and you’ll probably be alive the next day. So it follows that
We all know that our lives are overbooked, and it seems to be getting worse. But lately I've been wondering if we're busier than we really need to be. Are we creating extra work and obligations for ourselves
Is Pheed the next Twitter? Many of us asked that four months ago, and lo and behold, today the popular new social media platform entered the high school demographic in strong stride; quickly climbing Charts
One week ago, Facebook Director of Product Blake Ross announced that he’d leave the company in a goodbye letter he posted on his profile page. Ross wrote: "I’m leaving because a Forbes writer asked his
Kids, you've heard of phone calls, right? Did you know that there's an app on your smartphone that lets you talk out loud to family and friends? Ask your grandparents about it. We're being facetious, it's