In my first blog post, I demystified the buzzword 'Mindfulness': a mental state achieved by focusing one's awareness on the present moment. It got me thinking:
Could it be that we are afraid of what we'll find if we stop and just be? Have we learnt to busy ourselves, and found ways to numb unwanted feelings? I'm the first to admit my numbing techniques; Instagram scrolling being #1. However I've cut down my usage significantly, after recognising the adverse affects it had on
I'm sure we've all heard the word being thrown around... Mindfulness is a mental state achieved by focusing one's awareness on the present moment. It's a lost art, wouldn't you say? Being aware of our present thoughts and surroundings is an area I'm sure we can all grow in. . From the moment we wake up, we are faced with a choice: react thoughtlessly or respond thoughtfully.
I'd love to share 3 practical tips that have helped me become more mindful; each of which can be imp