Are you ready for Mindful Monday 2017? We are!
Can the premise that the flutter of a butterfly wing may cause a tsunami be true?
Mindfulness. Presence. Being. How can these precious things be attained? These are 9 tips that you can practice every day to be more present.
Home is a place in your mind where you can be yourself. Arriving home to yourself is critical because when you do, you can be anywhere and do anything.
Have you ever wished you were someone else? Maybe someone famous, or rich, or powerful, or simple, or older, or prettier? The exterior might be alluring, but once you remove that enviable shell, you'll find something very familiar underneath.
When you eliminate the distractions and immerse yourself in the outdoors, you'll find that the best examples of "being" can be found in nature.
This summer, while on her UK jaunt, Jessica fell in love with the creative force of award winning designer, Úna Burke. Úna takes leather to a whole new dimension.
When we are born we become. But what happens after that? How do we get off track from being just to be?
Can you match the pumpkin to the BuDhaGhoul?
Entertaining friends this Halloween? These are some of our favorite styling ideas for a spooky soiree!
What qualities make you important to others?
Peter Sellers’ cult film Being There teaches an incredible lesson on living in a discordant world.
Jessica was invited to speak at this year's Global Wellness Summit. Her topic? Something near and dear to her heart - ritual.
Jessica recounts the lessons taught by Ice Man at the Global Wellness Summit.
This past week, Jessica attended the Global Wellness Summit held at The Breakers hotel in Palm Beach. Once again, she came away with vast amount of new data and energized about making a difference in the world.
Friday the 13th in October - are you feeling all the more cursed, or all the more lucky today?
Should we aspire to be more like the butterfly in the garden?
BuDhaGirl's top 10 books to cozy up with this autumn.
Members of the BuDhaGirl Team describe what "being" means to them.
“To be, or not to be: that is the question."