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🐠 Today’s tip: Visit the ocean for a meditative break (no snorkel needed).

Sometimes meditation can feel like boring homework, but it really doesn’t have to. Here’s one way to turn it into the restorative, refreshing treat it should be: Hang with some jellyfish.

Christina M. Tapper, deputy editor at ZORA, suggests taking 15 minutes to zone out to the Monterey Bay Aquarium’s live jellyfish cam. As Tapper puts it: “We all deserve chill vibes to quiet the raucousness around us. Here’s to finding ways to slow down. Let’s make it a daily mandate, even if for only 15 minutes, to collect ourselves before we lose ourselves.”

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😌 More from Forge on actually fun ways to meditate:

Meditation Can Happen Anywhere and Anytime

Meditation For People Who Hate Meditating

If You Can’t Meditate, Bake Bread

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