Meditate while you work

This was a good article on some basic forms of meditation you can bring into your day. 

It breaks down mindfulness/meditation to easy ways you can incorporate into your day. Anyone interested in entering this world, this is a good and simple place to start. Love the walking meditation ideas!

http://www.inc.com/jessica-stillman/3-ways-to-work-meditation-into-your-busy-day.html

This was originally posted on April 15th as part of Zirtual’s Learningz page, a community promoting self-improvement, inspiration, and good living! Want to be a part of the Zirtual family? Check out our job openings here.

Making your bed leads to Positivity!

Anyone make their beds first thing in the morning?

This author thinks that it’s the right step to having a positive and productive day. She uses it as an example of a keystone habit to set other things in line.

Agree? Anyone feel this is true?

https://medium.com/better-humans/aebd3f22d1bb

 

This was originally posted on April 14th as part of Zirtual’s Learningz page, a community promoting self-improvement, inspiration, and good living! Want to be a part of the Zirtual family? Check out our job openings here.

Learningz, January 28

Yesterday’s post had a great collection of at-home workouts. Now, for some motivation to step away from your computer and do those!

Scientists have published findings on how inactivity can change our neural complexion (for the worse) and also lead to heightened risks of heart disease.

http://well.blogs.nytimes.com/2014/01/22/how-inactivity-changes-the-brain/?_php=true&_type=blogs&_php=true&_type=blogs&_r=2&

“Dr. Mueller said, he plans to show slides of the different rat neurons and, echoing the old anti-drug message, point out that “‘this is your brain.’ And this is your brain on the couch.”

Learningz, January 23

Let’s talk flossing, Zeople.

Well, okay, let’s talk about flossing as an example of forming a habit.

Habits can be formed with momentum and commitment, but sometimes it’s hard to get there.

Enter a good trick for flossing that can be used elsewhere. Try this: just floss one tooth per night. That’s your goal. One tooth.

http://zenhabits.net/floss/

You may find it does something more for you!

Learningz, September 9

September 9, 2013:

Happy Monday Zeople!

I know Mondays can be busy for a lot of you — so I wanted to share this IMPORTANT Ted Talk. Seriously, this one is well worth the watch.

Just the way we think about stress can make us healthier

http://www.ted.com/talks/kelly_mcgonigal_how_to_make_stress_your_friend.html

If nothing, take away this piece of advice:
http://i.imgur.com/hevktBe.png

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