About US

Mindful Searching provides resources, products, tips and hacks to make your life better. When life is going well it’s important to stay focused. When it isn’t, it may be time for a change.

Reduce anxiety, reduce stress, and maximize your brain’s potential.

We believe in finding and sharing actionable, useful information for constant and never-ending improvement.

We’re firm believers that the the body and mind need to be nurtured and cared for properly. No matter the struggle you are going through, you can improve and you can get better.

If you want to have something you’ve never had before, you’re going to have to do something you’ve never done. The best things in life don’t come easy, you’re going to have to work for it.

Mindful Searching is not intended to be a replacement to seeking or continuing care with a trained healthcare professional. In fact, it’s just the opposite! Real change takes time and it can’t be done alone.

You’ll find ways to fight anxiety, learn about herbal supplements to improve calm, ways to appreciate more.

Marc Kraft – Creator of Mindful Searching

Marc KraftI’ve struggled with Social Anxiety for many years. I also have hyperhidrosis, a condition that makes you sweat (a lot). The type I have is known as Palmer Hyperhidrosis which makes your hands and feet sweat more than normal.

This is where it all started.

I feared meeting anyone new and social situations where a handshake is required. I had the fear of giving a clammy, sweaty handshake. This fear made my hands sweat more, creating an unpleasant cycle.

This sweating related fear evolved as I found ways to minimize the sweating. But, I was left with panic attacks and unwarranted fear in social settings. Even when the sweating was under control, my anxiety continued.

Presenting in front of a group or being the center of attention at a party terrified me. Sometimes it still does.

I quickly decided this isn’t a way to live. I began reading and learning everything possible to reduce my anxiety symptoms.

I saw my doctor (even tried medication for a while), talked to a therapist, changed my diet, took supplements, exercised, and more. Some of it helped, some didn’t.

Over the last 5 years, I found a handful of things that greatly reduce my stress and anxiety. Everything you read on this website is the output of my journey (and outside contributors) of building a happier, healthier, stress-free life.

You’ll learn about my favorite supplements, morning routines, my love/hate relationship with coffee, and more.