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Making Time for Mindfulness

Making Time for Mindfulness

Making Time for Mindfulness

Life can be hectic and maintaining mindfulness can seem like an impossible task. But it doesn’t have to be. Even if you feel like you don’t have enough time in the day to practice mindfulness, there are simple strategies you can use to make sure that your busy schedule doesn’t stand in the way of your mental wellbeing. Here are three tips for incorporating mindfulness into your daily routine. 

Set Aside Time Each Day
The first step is to set aside a specific amount of time each day for mindful activities. This could be five minutes or an hour—it doesn’t matter as long as you make it a priority. If you have trouble finding time during the day, try waking up a few minutes earlier or taking advantage of lunch breaks at work. It may also be helpful to set reminders on your phone to ensure that you don’t forget about this daily practice.

Choose Mindful Activities That Fit Your Schedule
It is important to choose mindfulness activities that fit into your schedule, so consider what type of activity will work best for you. For instance, if you are constantly on the go during the day, then guided meditations or podcasts may be more suitable than yoga or tai chi classes. On the other hand, if you have more free time during the evening hours then perhaps taking up an instrument or attending yoga classes would work better for you. Another solution could be using something like Mindsights Breathing Buddha by keeping it on your desk at work, which can help with things like breathing exercises and ensure you get a mental reset every hour! The key is to find something that works with your lifestyle while still providing meaningful benefits that promote physical and emotional wellbeing. 

Make Mindfulness Part of Your Daily Routine
Finally, once you have identified activities that fit into your schedule and allocated enough time each day for them, it is essential to make mindfulness part of your daily routine. This means setting aside time each morning (or night) specifically dedicated to mindful activities so that it becomes second nature over time. Additionally, try incorporating mindful practices into other aspects of your life such as when eating meals or completing chores around the house.

Mindfulness can be challenging with a busy lifestyle but it doesn’t have to be impossible! By setting aside specific times each day (and week) for mindful activities and making mindfulness part of our daily routines we can all benefit from improved physical and emotional wellbeing even with limited amounts of free time available in our schedules. As always, consult with a professional if needed before embarking on any new wellness journey!

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