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Being Present

Do you often feel stressed out thinking about your daily to-do list? Do you get distracted by your thoughts? It’s so easy for us to get caught up in our own heads, and often we don’t even realize we are doing it.

 

Research studies indicate that regularly practicing meditation and mindfulness can help with focus, stress and overall well-being. Mindfulness is a technique that can lend order to the chaos. It is cultivated by paying attention in a sustained and particular way, and it’s usually easier said than done for most of us! Having a guide of some sort is often very helpful. Mindfulness lets us see our emotions, acknowledge them and move on. This allows us to live more in the present.

 

Do you practice mindfulness? What tools do you use to become more self-aware and brighten your outlook?

 

Discover what you can learn in just 15-minutes with the Being Present Challenge. It’s a great starting point for anyone looking to understand their emotions and how they affect your mind, brain and life. You’ll learn how to increase your focus, lower your stress and reduce your anxiety. Unlock Staying Sharp to start the entire challenge today!

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Gold Conversationalist

I like to think about how things will brighten up when I hit the lotto, big time!  💰💵

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Social Butterfly

Life is what happens when you have other plans. It pays to regularly re-evaluate your priorities (they change, and so should your list). Making good habits early makes it easier to to do them later and consistently. But, sometimes some habits never get re-evaluated or updated. Mindfulness helps prevent habits from becoming "out sight, out of mind".

If you spend some time thinking/predicting the future somewhat, it helps you be aware of some unpredictable events so that you won't be surprised by them even if you don't know what to do about them, and prepare you for tomorrow, and most of all, it reminds you of the importance of being resilient (you know, think before you act). Heaven forbid that you make Mindfulness such a habit that it becomes "out of sight, out of mind", and you become not as mindful as life requires. That's how self-deception takes root, and stereotypes become "reality".

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