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3 Ways To Slow Down Time

Time and the perception of time…how do they work and why does it feel like the passage of time speeds up as we age? A

Winter Got You Down? Move Around!

A version of this article was originally published by Mindful.org When you’re faced with short days and chilly temperatures, you may find the couch calling

5 Crystal Clear Intentions for 2018

It’s that time again folks. With resolutions in hand we stand side-by-side pumped up to begin 2018. The story is predictable. We’ll start the month

Put Stillness At The Top of Your List

The holiday season is well underway. How are you doing? If you felt “crazy busy” before December arrived you’re probably feeling crazy-crazy busy now. Ironically, in order to have the

3 Ways To Slow Down Time

Time and the perception of time…how do they work and why does it feel like the passage of time speeds up as we age? A version of this article was originally published by Thrive Global In the grand timeline of existence, the human experience is a mere blink of an eye. As a kid you may have felt

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Are You Missing Peak Experiences in Your Life?

Flow is your full-body, full-sensory peak experience where you come alive. A version of this article was originally published by Happify During a peak experience in the middle of a college track race when I was 19 years old, I experienced an exhilarating sense of aliveness. I felt connected to my body and my mind in

How To Slow Down & Stay Present—Even Under Major Stress

Stress happens. Be prepared with a pocketful of tools. A version of this article was originally published by MindBodyGreen A friend of mine once told me that she purposefully arrives 10 minutes early to every appointment. “That way I’m never stressed,” she explained. Her simple tip has stayed with me for years. I’m not saying

Wellness Mini-Wins: You Don’t Need An Hour a Day

Photo by Andre Hunter on Unsplash A version of this article was originally published by Whil.com We spend more than 40 percent of our precious waking hours engaged in habitual actions, according to a 2006 study at Duke University. That’s a significant chunk of our lives, therefore it’s important to understand. Let’s break down the

Winter Got You Down? Move Around!

A version of this article was originally published by Mindful.org When you’re faced with short days and chilly temperatures, you may find the couch calling out to you ever more loudly. Research indicates, though, that hibernating during winter isn’t such a good idea. According to the Mayo Clinic, diminished sunlight can cause levels of serotonin

5 Crystal Clear Intentions for 2018

It’s that time again folks. With resolutions in hand we stand side-by-side pumped up to begin 2018. The story is predictable. We’ll start the month strong, lose steam around mid-January, and slip back into our comfortable, well-worn habits by February. And so it goes, year after year and decade after decade. The cycle persists not

Put Stillness At The Top of Your List

The holiday season is well underway. How are you doing? If you felt “crazy busy” before December arrived you’re probably feeling crazy-crazy busy now. Ironically, in order to have the stamina to keep up and enjoy the season of light we need to do the complete opposite. We need to slow down and come to a full stop. We need

Your Busy Mind is an Overwhelming Place to Live

As seen on Oprah.com If you’re like most people, your mind is busy, filled with untamed emotions and unruly thoughts. Your attention is often anywhere but right here. You churn out thought after thought as you live in the chaos and clutter of your busy mind. Busy mind is a catchall term I use to

Give Up Control for a Happier and Healthier You

As seen on Huffington Post Contrary to popular opinion, letting go doesn’t mean being lazy or passive. It doesn’t mean to dissociate or let the world pass you by. Letting go means saying yes to what’s happening right now by allowing the moment to unfold without your having to control or manipulate it. Letting go

Cara Bradley - Motivational Speaker and Author

Cara Bradley

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Cara Bradley is a former pro skater and currently a world renown motivational speaker. Cara works with busy people just like you to work and play in FLOW so that they can achieve their peak performance.

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