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    • LauraJ says

      Eating without distractions is a really good point! Sometimes I’m trying to snack and write at the same time, and it stops me appreciating the food or thinking about when to stop.
      And I always love a good drink outdoors. I miss the warm sunshine though. Thank you for reading 🙂

  1. Dominika says

    I’ve honestly never given mindfulness a lot of thought, but after reading your post, I feel inspired to give it a try. I get public speaking anxiety and I feel like practising mindfulness could make a real difference, even in some everyday situations.

    • LauraJ says

      I get really bad public speaking anxiety as well. I’ve had to speak to audiences a few times this year and I think the practising has helped. People tell me to think of the worst-case scenario and then realistically think of the odds of that happening. Mindfulness could help though in boosting your thoughts about public speaking.

  2. The Newbury Girl says

    Mindfulness is def a topic that is rising in popularity in Western Culture but so few seem to understand how to put it into action. Researching techniques and ways to start practicing is a great tip for beginners because it can be hard to know where to really start!

    • LauraJ says

      I use to think mindfulness and meditation was about blocking thoughts completely, and I could never manage it. But when I researched, I realised there’s several methods to try. I think researching is the best way to start 🙂

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