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Mindfulness with Guest Author Jesse Bennett

Mindfulness with Guest Author Jesse Bennett

Mindful everywhere We’re pretty big into mindfulness over here. From mindful eating to being mindful in the chaos, we know it helps us physically, mentally and emotionally. Science has even shown just how much of a difference mindfulness practices can have on our health. But […]

Mindset moves – from a fixed to a growth mindset

Mindset moves – from a fixed to a growth mindset

Our mindset is the way we see things, or our attitude to life. And at times it can seem that ours is so very different to everyone else’s. But it’s thought people generally have one of two types: a growth mindset or a fixed mindset. […]

Wabi Sabi: finding beauty in imperfection

Wabi Sabi: finding beauty in imperfection

Wabi Sabi. No, it’s not the green stuff you put on your sushi. It’s a Japanese word that can’t be translated directly but is a philosophy around finding and accepting the imperfect, the transient, the impermanent. Seeing the beauty in the normal. I know some […]

Sleep for kids – special place meditation

Sleep for kids – special place meditation

Catching some ZZZ’s In our post about sleep, Kate talked about the importance of sleep for adults and how to get better quality sleep. But it is vital for kids to get good sleep too. Their little bodies release growth hormones while they sleep, in […]

Sleep: how to improve your shut-eye

Sleep: how to improve your shut-eye

We all know we need it and that when we don’t get it, things just get a little more difficult to say the least. We all know that feeling of waking up after a seriously good sleep and feeling like you can take on the […]

Fave find of the week: the Chill app

Fave find of the week: the Chill app

This week we are crushing on the Chill app from LetGo. It is a simple, yet extremely effective app to remind you to be mindful throughout the day. What it is A daily mindfulness quote that pops up on your screen (at your selected time) […]

Mindfulness and meditation for kids

Mindfulness and meditation for kids

Kids are inherently mindful when they’re young. They spend hours staring at and exploring new objects as babies. But as they grow and the busy world around them demands more of their attention it can be helpful to teach them mindfulness practices to help refocus […]

5 Ways to Keep Your Brain Happy

5 Ways to Keep Your Brain Happy

We all know there can be times when we’re a bit forgetful. Most of us have so many thoughts running through our heads as we try to keep up with what’s going on in our lives, not to mention that of our loved ones. Although […]

Following your Intuition: Learning to Listen

Following your Intuition: Learning to Listen

Your intuition is the ability to understand something instinctively, without the need for conscious reasoning. You know, like the hunch, feeling, inkling or message you get and you don’t really know where it’s come from. When something just doesn’t seem right but you have no […]

Mindful eating, blissful food

Mindful eating, blissful food

What is mindful eating? We are a busy bunch of people and sometimes that means a hurried lunch at the desk while we work, or a quick bite in the car on the way somewhere. This rushed and distracted eating practice is not ideal. Being […]