What Is Mindful Listening? 7 Activities for Successful Listening

What Is Mindful Listening (and Seven Activities for Successful Listening)?

What is mindful listening? How is it different from normal listening? Have you ever stopped and realized in a group conversation, meeting, or even just a talk with a friend that you really don’t even know what you’re talking about? If you’re like most people, this happens quite frequently. While you may be interested in … Read more

How to Make a DIY Mindfulness Jar with Video & Ingredients

How to Make a DIY Mindfulness Jar (With a Video and Ingredient List)

When you think of mindfulness, do you only think of adults? It seems like such a difficult practice to master, so it should be left up to adults to try, right? Actually, not really. There are great ways to make mindfulness practice both fun and engaging for children. If they start to learn early, they … Read more

How to Practice Mindfulness: Simple Plan to Be More Mindful in 2022

How to Practice Mindfulness (The Ultimate Guide to Being More Mindful Throughout the Day)

How to practice mindfulness, simply and easily…. a complete guide. Will show you everything you need to know about the benefits of mindfulness, how to practice mindfulness and how to make mindfulness a part of your lifestyle. Have you ever felt stressed, anxious, or overwhelmed by life? We live in a busy world. With emails … Read more

15 Best Meditation and Mindfulness Apps for 2022

Live more in the present with the 15 Best Mindfulness and Meditation Apps.

There is an app out there for everything these days; even for meditation  and mindfulness. There are actually hundreds of these mindful apps available, promising to help users combat their anxiety, get better sleep, increase their focus, manage their weight, and more. But how do you know which one is right for you, or the … Read more

Meditation vs. Mindfulness: What Is the Difference?

Mindfulness has become a popular word recently, but do you know how it differs from meditation? Meditation and mindfulness each have many definitions and are often intertwined, so it’s easy to confuse the two terms. However, these two terms actually complement each other. Mediation and mindfulness are two sides of the same coin and often … Read more

33 Self-Awareness Activities for Adults and Students

Learn 33 activities that can help increase self-awareness #infographic #psychology #mentalhealth #mindset #conciousness #spirituality #awareness #meditate #meditation

This is a guest post by Niklas Goeke — adapted from his original blog post on 27 self-awareness activities. To learn more, I encourage you to check out his article, which provides detailed explanations for many of  the strategies covered in this following blog post. Also, Nik is a writer, editor, and the owner of Four Minute Books. … Read more

What Is Mindfulness? (Includes Five Exercises Increase Mindfulness in Your Life)

What Is Mindfulness? And Five Exercises to Add Mindfulness to Your Life

One of the major current ideas for reducing stress, being happier and increasing focus in both spirituality and psychology is the concept of mindfulness. But what is mindfulness? Why does mindfulness matter? How can mindfulness help you to be happier and healthier? This post will answer all your burning questions on mindfulness. From the simple, … Read more

71 Mindfulness Exercises for Living in the Present Moment

​Looking for mindfulness exercises? Something to help you increase your daily mindfulness, in a hectic life? If so, then the following article ​details 71 ​mindfulness activities that can be added to any busy day. Granted, it is impossible to engage in all these exercises at once.  Trying to do so would cause you to neglect … Read more

How to Start Journaling (and Make It a Daily Habit)

Journaling has several benefits for your overall health, and particularly your emotional health. It’s relaxing and helps you better understand your thoughts.

Have you ever tried to start a journaling habit, only to quit a few days later? Personally, my problem was always starting and stopping. I’d get excited about writing a daily journal, and for the first week, everything would go smoothly. Then, I’d get busy one day and decide that “missing one day won’t hurt.” … Read more