A medium-bodied red blend with aromas of violets and macerated plums; the flavor profile offers blackberry jam and hints of dark chocolate. An elegant description that beautifully encapsulates three of the five major senses and describes the glass of wine I recently enjoyed. Continue reading How Mindfulness Makes Wine Taste Better and So Much More…
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There it is hanging over us. That deadline, that task that we need to accomplish. We arrive early to work with that red light illuminated on our phone, an inundated inbox, and a calendar brimming with meetings. All of us Continue reading Stress: “Don’t fry your brain!”
Posted by Edward Hopper House Art Center on Monday, June 8, 2015 Little Boy Looking at the Sea, Edward Hopper, 1891 Courtesy of The Arthayer R. Sanborn Hopper Collection Regardless of our surroundings, life always provides us with the Continue reading A Window into Present Moment Awareness
It seems that the Hopewell campus, along with the entire business world, is abuzz with the talk of mindfulness — the practice of focusing one’s attention completely and non-judgmentally on the present moment. Yes, surprisingly, here in Hopewell, amidst the pressures Continue reading A Bastion of Tranquility and Calmness?