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Mindfulness is the psychological process of purposely bringing one’s attention to experiences occurring in the present moment without judgment, which one can develop through the practice of meditation and through other training.


  1. Observe your breathing
    Take a few minutes from your day to focus on your breathing. It’s important to remember that mindfulness isn’t a once off kind of thing. It takes time and practice to develop it.

  2.  Go for a nature walk
    Going for a walk can be good exercise. As you walk, pay attention to the lifting and falling of your feet.

  3. Take mini breaks throughout the day
    Sit down comfortably and focus your attention fully on the feeling of your feet touching the floor, or your bottom on the chair. You can also get your senses involved, and focus in on what you can smell, see, hear, feel or taste at the present moment. Take at least a few minutes to pay attention to your body instead of what you’ve been doing.

  4. Avoid doing too many things at once
    Doing too many things can be distracting, so it’s best to limit yourself to doing one task at time.

  5. Create a journal
    Keeping a journal can be a great way to reflect on your thoughts and feelings in a completely private and safe way.

  6. Consider using and exploring mindfulness apps
    – Smiling Mind
    – Headspace
    – Calm
    – Stop, Breathe & Think
    – Insight Timer