There is a great article on the BBC site about building a meditation habit in an unlikely place: the office. From the BBC new site: There is a steady stream of new research and news stories about the benefits of meditation and other mindful breathing practices. As they report, meditation boosts energy, helps with focus, reduces stress and anxiety, increases resilience and possibly, subtly, changes your life and your brain for the better. Of course, not everyone believes in the power of meditation, but once converted, the big hurdle is making meditation fit into your schedule. Just the thought of cramming another thing into your day is stress-inducing. Here’s a radical proposal: Start your new meditation habit at work. Yup, that work. The office. Busy, stressful, un-meditation-friendly work. Don't have your own office? Consider finding a small conference room and booking it every day for just 15-30 minutes. Or consider whether there is somewhere nearby that you can escape to on your lunch hour. For more ideas and insights on how to meditate at work check out the full article here.