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Mindful : April 2015
18 66 68 44 56 70 34 contents april PHOTOGRAPHSBYBÉATRICEPELTRE,MATTBEARD On our cover: Heirloom apple grower Eliza Greenman. Photograph by Joshua Simpson. 30 28 Departments 6 Your Thoughts Readers write, tweet, post. 7 The Mindful Quiz Answers to our reader sur vey on food and eating. 8 Our Point of View A Mindful Eating Revolution Editor-in-Chief Barry Boyce peels back the layers of the mindful eating movement, from the personal to the global. 10 Top of Mind Things that spark our minds, touch our hear ts, make us smile—or roll our eyes. 12 Mindful-Mindless Some people go above and beyond to be helpful; others, not so much. Our take on who’s paying attention and who’s not. 14 Bookmark This Writings, recordings, and apps that are capturing our at tention. 16 Research Roundup Research is trying to keep pace with the explosion of interest in mindfulness. Here are studies from the frontier. 18 Brain Science Crazy, Stupid Money Sharon Begley explains the latest research findings from the budding field of neuroeconomics: that just glimpsing a wad of cash can make us anxious, selfish, paranoid, and even a little crazy. 80 MindSpace Artist Anna Ramsay treasures her steamy affair with her favorite teacup. 66 Techniques Have a Drink and Pay Attention Get more from your glass of wine with this mindful drinking exercise. 67 At Work The Richness of Everyday Life Want more from life? Michael Carroll’s advice: Appreciate what you’ve already got. You’re wealthier than you realize. 68 On Relationships Creating Moments of Meaning Savor the little rituals you and your par tner share—they could be the key to keeping your relationship, and romance, alive. 70 Insight Trapped in the Box We Call Pain Without pain, we wouldn’t know we’re alive, but too much pain can consume us. Christiane Wolf reveals how we can free ourselves from the box we call pain. 24 How to Live a Mindful Life Clear Out the Clutter Here are 11 ways to take time for what mat ters and get your stuff, your home, and your life in order. 28 Body Circus Life Former Cirque du Soleil dancer Eira Glover reveals how meditation keeps her grounded amid the chaos. 30 Food A Good Time for Cheese Cheese isn’t just for cheese plates. Food fanatic and mindful eating advocate Béatrice Peltre loves to use it in spring dishes. Mindful Living Mindful Practices 4 mindful April 2015