Mojo Monday 6: Procrastination and the art of doing without starting

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Mojo Monday 5: Dancing with Trees

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  Tree Power It’s a well established fact that being in nature is good for body, mind and soul. But when in nature, do we listen, or do we stay plugged in to our music, our thoughts, our need to label and define what we see. The power of nature is that it provides conditions […]

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Mojo Monday 4: Ways to Wake Up!

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The phenomenon of waking up Everybody in the world wakes up in the morning, but each one of us experiences it uniquely. If you consider all the different causes of waking up, from bad dreams or eating too much icecream the night before to loud sounds outside your window to the person sleeping beside you […]

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Live the Questions Now

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When I was eight, the first book I read after Charlotte’s Web was Tell Me Why:Answers to Hundreds of Questions Children Ask by Arkady Leokum. Titillating questions like, “Can grasshoppers hear? How much blood is in our body? What is the speed of thought?” fascinated me, more so than did the answers. Still, I loved knowing the answers. (Understanding […]

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Mojo Monday 3: Multitask w/Movement

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Multitasking, Seizing the Opportunity or something else altogether? If you live in this world of technology, constant information and full schedules, you probably multitask from time to time. But did you know that there is a great deal of research supporting the fact that multitasking seems more productive than it actually is. This video makes […]

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Mojo Monday 2: Wiggle Everywhere

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Wiggling can be an anecdote to being too serious/adult Wiggling is an activity that most adults consider childish, and even ridiculous. Funny thing is that most adults can’t wiggle. So that tells me that, its not that its ridiculous, it’s that adults are hiding the fact that they can no longer (or believe they can […]

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