Thirty-nine-year-old Craig Melvin lives a very fast-paced lifestyle. His mornings are spent on television, as a daily news anchor for the Today Show. Once he's finished with that, he goes in for his afternoon gig as an anchor for MSNBC. If this didn't already keep him on his toes, he's also the father to young children. He doesn't have much time to relax, but has found that taking a few minutes every day just to breathe and relax keeps him from getting overly stressed.
Melvin starts his day out right by taking some time to mediate. He uses an app on his phone to control his breathing and tries to stay off of technology as much as possible.
"I find that if I can find just five to ten minutes every day of just quiet, I can be alone with my thoughts. That really helps calm me down. And that calmness leads to happiness," he said.