Write your wrongs – how to use writing for mindfulness

The latest guest post is from author Kausar Zain, who shares her story of how writing has helped her in personal life and gives us some tips on how to use writing for mindfulness. Over to Kausar…  It’s quite a common thing for people to read to unwind, but I…

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Why meditating with your children holds you accountable

Welcome to another guest post! This time on the blog, we have Amalia Liberman (wife, mum of two, novelist, and writer), sharing why meditating with your children can help you stay accountable to your meditation practice. Over to Amalia… I believe that we have to teach children how to meditate…

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How to balance parenting and remote work

This pandemic has overwhelmed parents and driven them to exhaustion. How so? Parents need to perform three jobs at a time – parenting, working from home, and homeschooling. So how exactly do we get to balance parenting and remote work? Elkyra Park from Easy Parenting Hacks tells us how. Over…

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Why mums need time out too

Do you have a young baby at home? Did you know that taking time out for yourself can have a positive impact on your mental health?

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Are we really able to listen? Practical techniques for active listening

A few weeks ago I attended the second edition of The Mindful Living Show in London, and I had a truly fantastic time. It was a great opportunity to have the day to myself, but it was also a chance for reflection. And (you’ll never guess) a way to take some…

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