With everything going on in the world right now, it’s always nice when I’m able to take a few minutes out of the day to burn my incense, close my eyes and meditate. Sure, it doesn’t erase most issues completely, but it does help me deal with them.
I wasn’t always into meditation, as I previously found it quite difficult to sit in silence and just be. Instead, I found my calm in writing, going on hikes, and reading books just to name a few things. As much as I love mediation now, I still find tranquility in the aforementioned activities.
The next time you’re feeling stressed, overwhelmed, or simply experiencing a scattered brain, try one of these activities to help you practice mindfulness and bring you back to the present moment.
Read a book
Set aside at least 45 minutes to allow yourself to immerse in a really good book. This is a perfect opportunity for you to learn something new and remain in the present moment.
Write in your journal
If you’re experiencing a scattered brain, this is a must for you. Not only can it help you get more organized, but it can also