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How to Adopt a Mindfulness Mindset

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Doug
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I like the “list” concept as I am a list person as well. I have found mindfulness to be hard for me as my mind is always going and thinking about all of the things that I should be doing. I am most mindful when I go for my AM run. I use to just stare straight ahead and run. Now I let myself look around at all of the beauty around me and let my mind just wander wherever it wants to go. Still trying to work it into my daily routine.

Bobbi
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I’m definitely a list maker and love everything about organizing. I need to practice being more mindful. My brain is constantly going 100 miles per hour…except when I’m on my working walks. I use those 5 miles to work through things and I have to be mindful of the traffic.

Traci
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Love this idea – the more we are able to zero in on what truly matters in life, the more focused we can be on what we were put here to do. Thanks for sharing your journey through this!

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Eunice Ann
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I just love this post. I need to reevaluate my life right and be mindful of the decisions I am making. Thank you for this 🙂

Katie Braswell
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“Having a mindfulness mindset is an ongoing process, and it is not something that can happen overnight.” >>> Thank you! This also reminds us to be “mindful” of our own boarders and limits! One or two things at a time! Also, speaking of time, I haven’t often thought of being protective of my time. It’s silly that I haven’t … it’s one of the more valuable things I have to offer in this life. Thank you for the reminder, and thank you for encouraging me to reevaluate areas of my life!

Denise
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I enjoyed this post, I am incorporating mindfulness in my life little by little and I can already notice the difference, the world is full on chaos of unnecessary things that I had not notices before. thanks for sharing.

Heather
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I think valuing your time and evaluating what adds to your life and what does not really makes a difference. I’ve started doing the same.

Divya
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Through building a daily, consistent mindfulness practice into my day, I’ve found that it bled into my day-to-day life. I think I was always like “when I do __________, I can feel more mindful and present. When, in fact, it’s the other way around. It’s when I carve out the time to be more mindful and practice meditation, I somehow can take care of everything else around me.

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