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Savor Your Day

The pings, tweets, and clicks make for mind-numbing distraction. Sure, you can meditate on a mountaintop and reap the benefits of mindfulness. But you can also learn to be more mindful throughout your day—while you bite into an apple, ride the subway, or talk to a friend. Savoring and living in the present is its own reward.
Hal McDonald

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