Interview with Whitney Stewart, acclaimed mindfulness author

Today I got to speak with Ms. Whitney Stewart. She’s trekked in a Himalayan snowstorm with Sir Edmund Hillary, interviewed the Dalai Lama in India, and visited Aung San Suu Kyi in Burma. She’s worked as a puppeteer and salad chef in France, and she’s dug in former WWII battlefields in Poland. She is the author of travel stories, multiple children’s books, and mindfulness activity cards, Mindful Kids. When she is not writing or traveling, she teaches mindfulness and meditation to children and adults. Read More

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The Reading Life With Jessica Peterson And Yuka Petz – And Whitney Stewart

This week on The Reading Life: Susan talks with book artists Jessica Peterson and Yuka Petz about the upcoming opening of the Artist Book Collection at Paper Machine, 6330 St. Claude. It’s a wonderful collection of rare and gorgeous books that opens to the public May 19 from 1-3:30.
We’ll also talk with children’s book author Whitney Stewart, author of “What’s On Your Plate? Exploring the World of Food,” and “Mindful Me: Mindfulness and Meditation for Kids,” who’s part of the Raising Kind Kids in Today’s World One-Day seminar, Read More

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10 Steps for Mindful Conflict Resolution

In order to teach teens resilience we need to model it. Practice these 10 steps in order to build your sense of confidence, well-being, and acceptance of challenging situations.
We appear to be devolving into our reactive emotions a lot these days: venting on social media, choosing to pay attention to media outlets that regurgitate our positions back to us, all of which further attaches us to our own views in a dangerous configuration that can fuel the flames of outrage, Read More

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School Library Journal

A great guide for middle graders looking to incorporate mindfulness into their daily lives. The book presents mindfulness as a means of helping young people manage emotion, stress, anxiety, and concentration. Mindfulness and self-care strategies, which are referred to as “Mindful Me Practices,” make up the majority of the book’s content. This gives it a hands-on, practical perspective. Chapters are divided based on various different contexts for mindfulness, such as emotions, thoughts, actions, and how to be mindful in and out of one’s home. Read More

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SCWBI Presents!

Whitney featured in SCWBI Bookstop…
Introducing Mindful Kids, the one-of-a-kind mindfulness activity deck for kids age 4 to 104! Make any moment mindful from morning to night with 5 categories of cards, designed to fit into each part of the day. Whimsical full-color illustrations on both sides of the cards provide easy-to-follow steps for each practice. The cards and 8-page instructional booklet include tips for children of a wide range of abilities, making this deck an inclusive tool for nurturing inner peace and strength. Read More

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How Kids Can Cope With Stress in Our Unpredictable New Reality

Whitney Stewart featured in Parent.com
In the aftermath of hurricanes Harvey and Irma, six of the largest school districts in the United States closed, and 1.7 million American students missed school. This figure doesn’t take into account school interruptions after Hurricane Maria devastated Puerto Rico, the U.S. Virgin Islands, and elsewhere where officials have no clear timeline for school re-openings for over 350,000 students.
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Annie’s Book Stop Author Spotlight: Whitney Stewart

Whitney Stewart featured in Annie’s Book Stop of Worcester
Annie’s Book Stop of Worcester is happy to shine our spotlight on Whitney Stewart, author of travel stories, children’s books, and a new set of mindfulness activity cards, Mindful Kids. The staff at ABSW were really excited to see a demo of the card set from Barefoot Books, so we worked with the publisher to create a special event this holiday season, where we will bring Whitney to the store and actually practice some mindfulness techniques to help our patrons with holiday stress!  Read More

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