Posts Tagged ‘Distraction’

How To Ride the Motivation Wave and Overcome Distraction By, Daniel DiPiazza

For 20 years, filmmaker Sooyong Park has devoted his life to the study, recording and preservation of the wild Siberian tiger. 2-3 times a year, he leaves his family for months at a time to stay in the frozen forests of Eastern Russia, Manchuria and the Korean Peninsula in hopes of catching a glimpse of […]

A Wandering Mind Isn’t Just A Distraction. It May Be Your Brain’s Default State.

Even if you don’t consider yourself a daydreamer, you probably spend a lot of time in a state of mental wandering ― it’s natural for your mind to drift away from the present moment when you’re in the shower, walking to work or doing the dishes.  In recent years, scientists have been paying a lot more attention […]

How to Find Spirituality in the Age of Distraction

Walking the spiritual path has been likened to traversing a razor’s edge, a narrow path with dangerous drops on either side. Falling off the edge comes down to one thing: distraction. The modern world is rife with distractions. Understanding how they can seduce you is the first step to keeping your balance on the spiritual […]

Hands Free Mama Challenge Week 1: Acknowledge The Cost Of Your Distraction

This is the first installment of our Stress-Less Parenting Challenge with Hands Free Mama, Rachel Macy Stafford. Read her introduction to the workshop here. Maybe it was the recurring disappointment in my children’s faces when I told them I didn’t have time. Maybe it was the superficial hellos and hasty goodbyes offered to my spouse. […]