I just had to reblog this post since it is in keeping with my Project Me posts and my upcoming post (written a month ago) about living life on fast forward. This breaks things down in a simple way and is a good introduction into the topic of mindfulness.
[Looking after yourself as a parent] Do you find you’ve sometimes driven somewhere and don’t remember actually driving there? Or end up ruminating on past events whilst doing the chores? Do you spend more time planning the shopping list and weekend’s tasks in your mind than the time it takes you to actually just get in there and get it done? Does your mind end up in a different place whilst reading the kids a book? Read on to find out more about how to step out of your mind and into your life, and your important role as a parent!
What is mindfulness?
Whilst this term has many different meanings and people from all walks of life will practice it differently according to their circumstances, here are some ideas of how I, as a parent, have understood ‘mindfulness’.
- training your mind to be concerned only with the present moment
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