How Mindfulness Can Help You Stay Motivated to Exercise

DWAYNE AUSTINIdeas For Your Mind, Inspire Me..., Mindful Exercise, Mindful Walking, Mindlessness0 Comments

Mindful Exercise… A lot has been said about what it means to be present in everything, including in every task you undertake and every fun activity you do. Surprisingly, the simple act of being in the moment can mean a big thing in all tasks… including exercise! Being in the moment means focusing entirely on the present and emptying your … Read More

Discover How I Found More Time in My Life – 20 % OFF Tom Evan’s Mindfulness Based Time Management Course

Ryan LeadbetterCreativity, How To Practice Mindfulness, Ideas For Your Mind, Meditation, Mindfulness, Mindfulness at Work, Online Courses, Productivity, Reviews, Time Management0 Comments

Would You Like To Be More Mindful, Timeful, and Kindful? If you have landed on this page, it is likely you have some understanding of what Mindfulness might mean… You might well have tried Mindfulness Apps and instantly experienced the wonderful benefits of mindfulness meditation… I was the same, I felt improvements in all key aspects of my life. But, … Read More

Where the Love Grows and How to Find It

Isabel WilliamGuest Posts, How To Practice Mindfulness, Ideas For Your Mind, Meditation0 Comments

Loving yourself is a simple premise… Maybe the phrase has become a cliché at some point in time, but a cliché wouldn’t be a cliché if it weren’t true. Thus, we often disregard simple things as too naïve, while they are usually the most profound ones. It’s amazing how lives can get better when people start to love themselves more … Read More

You Do You – The Practice Of Self-Care

Tasha DavidsonBe Yourself, Guest Posts, How To Practice Mindfulness, Ideas For Your Mind, Mindfulness0 Comments

The practice of self-care. We get really focused on what it is that our neighbor is or isn’t doing. What our friends, or worse yet – our enemies, have going on or don’t have going on. How we get so focused on everything and everyone around us and we spend little time attending to our own backyard. It’s easier to acknowledge … Read More