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Mindful : December 2013
24 70 December 2013 mindful 3 On our cover Eileen Fisher clothing is just one part of this businesswoman’s story. From recycling materials to mentoring young women, there’s more to Fisher design than meets the eye page 42 Photograph by Mark Mahaney Departments 65 In Practice 66 Techniques Three steps to a better relationship with money 67 At Work Set the Tone How to negotiate a raise with more skill and grace, and the best ways to defuse office politics 68 Ask Ms. Mindful Exploring marriage momentum, helping others without hur ting yourself, and reconsidering old friends 70 Insight Raising the Mindful Family Family members are disconnected from each other as never before. Psychologists Stefanie and Elisha Goldstein show us ways to strengthen relationships, increase ever yone’s well-being, and bring the family back together. 4 Your Thoughts 6 Our Thoughts 8 Contributors 11 Now A top scientist talks mindfulness • Teenagers learn to pause online • Panera Bread gets ahead in business by giving • Make work a place you love to go • Neuroscience gets graphic • Educators put mindfulness to good use • Inject some joy back into the holiday season • Research Roundup 20 Bookmark This The writings, recordings, and apps that are capturing our at tention now 22 Mindful/Mindless Our take on who’s paying attention and who’s not 24 One Taste A Taste of Home Angela Mears finds joy in butternut squash. Recipes by Béatrice Peltre 28 Body/Mind Always New Rock climber Steph Davis likes to go back again and again to the same mountains. Ever y time, they’re subtly different 30 Mind/Body My Brain Made Me Do It As scientists learn more about how the structure of our brains affects our behavior, Sharon Begley asks: are we responsible for our actions, or can we just blame our brains? 80 MindSpace Maira Kalman tries a meditation retreat and gets inspired. Or is that annoyed?