Resources for Mental Well-Being & Compassion
As the world responds to the global pandemic, many of us face the new reality that comes with sheltering in place. We are anxious and worried for ourselves, our loved ones, our neighbors. While everything feels like it’s spiraling out of control, it’s our ability to find small moments of peace within the chaos and small moments of compassion for ourselves and others that helps us navigate the challenges ahead.
In support of families, youth and educators, Mindful Littles is committed to bringing our content — from mindfulness, self-care, service projects, kindness activities and much more — right to your digital doorstep. We hope these resources make peace more accessible for everyone during this difficult time.
When my 8-year-old came to me with a worried look and asked if she was going to get the coronavirus, I answered her truthfully: “I don’t know, but if you or anyone else in our family does, we know how to take care of you.” Read More
With Bay Area schools closing due to the coronavirus, many parents are wondering how to talk to their kids about their concerns. KCBS Radio’s Carrie Hodousek interviews Mindful Littles Founder Tanuka Gordon about tips for managing stress and anxiety. Listen Now
As the Coronavirus continues to spread, many of us face the stark new realities of sheltering in place. It’s a difficult time. It’s also the perfect time to help those in our communities who are most at risk: the elderly and vulnerable and essential healthcare workers on the front lines of caring for us all. Here’s how you can help. Read More
With a quarantine in progress across many parts of the world, now is a perfect opportunity to encourage kids to be of service at home (they might disagree, but stay with me here). One simple, fun way to engage them is by including them in the planning and prep of family dinner. They might actually appreciate being part of the process. Read More