Gratitude is my favorite topic of mindfulness for so, so many reasons. Gratitude is a VERY important component in my life. I learned how to use a gratitude journal three years ago, and from there, never looked back. I have my pile of gratitude journals close to my nightstand to provide nightly bedtime inspiration. Some of … Continue reading Mindful Monday: Grateful for Gratitude.
As an empath, I wish I could ease the pain of everyone going through a period of situational depression. I know the feeling of heaviness and sadness that shows its face on a daily basis. Like I've previously described, mindfulness is a great coping mechanism for situational depression (see my last blog post for more.) Most … Continue reading Wednesday Wisdom – 10 Mantras for Situational Depression:
"Maybe you have to know the darkness before you can appreciate the light." — Madeleine L'Engle If you've ever experienced deep sadness, your heart will relate to these words below; Our vision feels foggy. We wake up with the burden of sadness resting on our chest, eager to greet us in early waking hours. We walk through … Continue reading Mindful Monday – Solace and Situational Depression:
Concentrate all your thoughts upon the work at hand. The suns rays do not burn until brought into a focus. - Alexander Graham Bell If you're anything like me, it's easy to get caught in a vicious cycle of multitasking. Multitasking has a reputation of being a productive practice. Getting a multitude of things done … Continue reading The Simplicity in Single Tasking – Everyday Mindfulness
Peace, joy and happiness - this is all possible during the time I drink my tea - Thich Nhat Hanh Going off of our weekly topic of everyday mindfulness, I wanted to introduce you to a quick meditation that cultivates a sense of gratitude amid your morning routine. This meditation is known around the world … Continue reading “SereniTea”on a Wednesday- Everyday Mindfulness