5 Morning Habits To Keep You Mindful All Day

Mindfulness as a trend has hit the roof in the last few years in the western world, with more and more people practicing various techniques daily. In a nutshell, mindfulness is the practice of paying attention to the present moment, your thoughts, feelings, and the elements around you, allowing you to externalise yourself from the frantic life we all currently live, especially if you’re a student facing stress, nerves, and homesickness. In itself, it is a simple form of (non-religious) meditation which doesn’t have any rights or wrongs: you don’t have to sit cross-legged and hum ‘aum’ if that doesn’t…

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Mindfulness – seeing the world and yourself a bit more clearly

Mindfulness – seeing the world (and yourself) a bit more  clearlyAs a student trying to figure out my place in the world, I find that the amount of pressure to succeed, along with the number of distractions that stand in the way of success seem to rise together. There is pressure to have good grades, but also be available to friends and family and have an exciting life outside of university. As exam season approaches, it can be extremely tough to be a ball of joy with your loved ones, or to let go and have fun when you’re thinking…

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