In today’s episode of The Balanced Educator Podcast, we talk about how to make time for mindfulness even when you think you don’t have a second to spare in your day. We are sharing some mindset shifts you can try out to help make mindfulness a daily habit.
We talk about how habits are formed in our brains and why it’s difficult to start. Our brains like to make all sorts of excuses when we are creating new habits. We talk about how to get past this.
We tell you about how we tricked our brains so that we could create this habit of practicing mindfulness daily.
We discuss ways that we can practice mindfulness during our other daily routines if we really can’t convince our brains to make time for a seated practice.
We also talk about how teachers and busy parents can start a practice with their kiddos.
This episode is perfect for you if you want to shift your mindset from “I don’t have enough time” to “I choose how I spend my time”.
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With calm and appreciation,
Kailey and Josianne
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How to practice mindfulness when you don’t have time: