Are you rushing from place to place? Is your to-do list keeping you up at night? It’s easy to get caught up in the chaos of living and forget to pause and take a breath. At The Little Breathing Space, we show you how to master a mindful life so that you can feel focused, calm and content.
An Introduction to Mindful Walking
Mindfulness allows us to bring a gentle awareness and curiosity to our present moment. Mindful walking provides us with an opportunity to stop ruminating on the past or planning the future. A time to pause, focus on ourselves and what is happening around us at this given moment. Mindful walking enables us to experience our life to the full and to gain insights to help us become calmer and more content.
Mindful Walking is a simple yet effective way to practice mindfulness at any time.
Overwhelmed? Simplifying your schedule is the key to a work-life balance that works.
Ask anyone how they are today, and it’s likely they’re rushed, exhausted even overwhelmed. Too busy to stop. And work-life balance doesn’t appear to be a possibility anytime soon. It’s also dismissed or poo-pooed, instead suggesting that work-life blending is better. But as a Mindfulness, coach I’m passionate about balance as a central principle of life. That’s why I’ve put together these steps to ensure that there is work-life balance in your life. Time for YOU.
Check out how simplifying your schedule can bring you calm, balance and more time for caring for yourself.
Hectic? These Mindful Routines Help You Become Calm, Clear-Thinking and Happier
Most of us have days where there is only enough time to get dressed, eat, go to work and try to fit in time with our loved ones. Who has the time to stop and smell the roses? And if you stop to ask anyone how you are? The likely response is ‘Busy’, ‘Crazy Busy’, ‘A bit Manic’. Certainly not CALM
But did you know that allowing just 10 minutes a day for some breathing space throughout the day helps to relieve the stress of busyness? And move from frazzled and frantic to calm.
Check out these four simple routines that can move you from frazzled and frantic to calm and in control.