While meditation may be the most effective way to achieve mindfulness, there are other options you can try. You can still find more happiness and peace of mind through a variety of physical and mental practices. Be mindful throughout the day. Use a timer app on your phone or computer to remind when during your … Read moreJournaling Inspired by Mindfulness
Good Afternoon Journalers, During the COVID-19 situation, we are all getting blasted with emails about safety during this unprecedented time. Well, one email I received seems to touch on the mental health aspect during this “time”. I felt the pasted section below was worth sharing. Thank you all. ~Babs A few years ago, … Read moreJournaling Inspired by Building Resilience
Digital Journaling Hello Journaling Inspired, I have been learning about new apps on my iPad. I found one that works with how I journal. Good Notes 5. A new ways for me to be creative and colorful in my writings. I created and imported the pink hand written Journaling Inspired using Procreate on the iPad and … Read moreJournaling Inspired by Electronic Journaling
Start with mindful breathing. Other forms of meditation can require higher levels of focus and discipline. Arguably, mindful breathing is the most valuable form of meditation. Simply focus on your breathing. When your mind wanders, gently return your focus to your breath. I enjoy diffusing essential oils while I am practicing my breathing. Valor helps … Read moreJournaling Inspired by Breathing to Get Started
You don’t need anything specific to meditate. Meditate more effectively and enjoy greater benefits: The first one on the list is: You don’t need anything to meditate. It can be nice to have a proper cushion, loose-fitting clothing, and a quiet location. However, you don’t need any of those things. You can meditate … Read moreYou don’t need anything to meditate.