For further guidance, try signing up for a digital meditation class, downloading a meditation podcast or app, like Calm. Or, try breathing exercises. “When you are feeling stress, try to sit down, take a deep breath and close your eyes. Focus on your breath as it moves in and out of your body. Sitting and breathing for even just a minute can help,” says Dr. Grand McDonald, a therapist with a doctoral degree in Clinical Psychology based out of Chicago. “Finding moments of peace can also be considered a relaxation technique.” To practice mindfulness in the chaos of everyday life, she recommends making time to read for pleasure, taking an (online) art class, or more generally, simply engaging in whatever brings you peace and “removes your mind from the daily stresses of life.” While working remotely, this might mean taking the time to cook your meals, draw, or pick up a book in between work calls as a way of imbuing your routine with a bit more pleasure.