How to make mindfulness part of your daily life
This week we’re focusing on mindfulness, as it’s the theme of our talk with Dr. Shannon Nolan-Arañez. Need some good tips for how to integrate mindfulness into your daily life? Our Golden Key community have suggested a selection great articles for you to read to explore this topic further…
Anyone can practice Mindfulness. In fact, children often remind us of what it means to truly be mindful and embrace the present moment. This article offers a beginner’s guide to mindfulness for those of us whom may have grown away from it and breaks it down to a level of understanding for the mindful pursuer.
In these crazy times, we can often feel like things are out of control. The anxiety and stress that comes along with these feelings can make it difficult to function. To become more mindful, we must strive to become grounded. One way in which this can be done is through meditation. This article discussing how to start the process of meditating, and some tips throughout your journey. Meditating will be an important step in regaining the structure we need mentally to succeed in all other aspects of our lives.
When trapped in quarantine, we can often feel a bit claustrophobic stuck inside the walls of our homes. One of the healthiest things we can do is get out in nature to regain our peace of mind. This article discusses how we can become more mindful while outdoors. What we can focus on the meditative state that the outdoors can provide, it is also paired with a video and a checklist for anyone that wants to go further in this effort.
Despite the ongoing issues, we must all still strive to succeed in work and in school. Though sometimes the stress can be overwhelming. Top companies are now working to teach their employees how to become more mindful in their jobs and lives. The New York Times provided this article which lends some of these same lessons and how we too can practice mindfulness in the workplace/school.
Mindfulness is the act of being present in the moment and taking time to reflect on your mind and body. This can be done in many ways, and this article offers a few exercises that you can take a few moments out of your day to complete. Being mindful will help you cope with the ever-changing world around us and the many anxieties that come with it.