Self-care seems to be a hot topic these days. Educators, parents are burnt out and are constantly talking about how we don’t have enough time. And it’s true. We don’t. But I also think we don’t make ourselves enough of a priority.

When you, as a human, are not taking ca...

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Mindfulness techniques have found new ground in consumerist societies and as a result, people are learning to be consciously in the moment, often for the first time in their lives.

The truth o...

Last night, we had an interesting debate on twitter where we asked educators about implicit bias and how they deal with it. Across the spectrum, teachers feel the need to lead this change but feel helpless as many of these discussions are difficult to perpetuate.


Valentine's Day has become a day of showing affection to others, to ones we love and the ones that matter the most to us. However in the process, we forget the most important person in our lives - Our ownself.

What if this Valentine's day we teach our childen how to lov...

Lets start with some self-reflection:

How many of you are shuttling between multiple social media networks every single day?

How many of you reflexively reach for your phone - like all the time?

How many of your party time discussions are around watching a useless video o...

Over the past few months, I have gotten myself immersed in the research on grit and how it relates to my own Mindfulness journey.  I love stories on each. I count myself as a gritty person. When I had an anxiety phase some years back, I immersed myself in an active pra...

Whenever we at Fablefy, teach kids mindfulness, whether it’s at school or at home, it helps to turn the lesson into a fun activity — through play, movement, visualization, and games.

One of our favorite toys for teaching basic breath awareness is the Hoberman sphere, a...

A little boredom is actually good for a child's brain. When our kids get bored we often get into an overdrive trying to figure ways to engage their minds. But being bored once in a while is actually good for a child’s brain according to Joe Austerman, D.O., a child psy...

Breathing most of the time is unconscious and automatic.  Consciously regulating our breath can help manage our moods, feelings and energy level.  

If you observe a baby breathing, you see the inflow and outflow of air through the belly and chest.  As we get older...

Mindfulness is the quality of attention that combines full awareness with acceptance of each moment, just as it is—is gaining broad acceptance among mental health professionals as an adjunct to treatment.

Our video is based on the famous book, "Sitting Still Like A Fro...

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