The Daily Calm – May 29th, 2020

When you’re cooped up inside all day, any chance you can get to enjoy a walk is a welcome reprieve from the monotony of quarantine.

How to turn your daily walk into a workout — or a meditation

There’s a difference between solitude and loneliness. Loneliness is a life absent of people that results in sadness, solitude is a positive choice that can result in insight.

Mindfulness Honestly Explained

What do you prefer, a restless, agitated mind, or a peaceful mind? The answer is quiet obvious. No one “enjoys” stress and mental restlessness.

How to Turn Peace of Mind Into a Habit

We live in the time where depression, anxiety, stress, pain have become very common words to say and to feel. We all hide in our cozy places and yet remain uncomfortable. Our minds are anxious. Thoughts are negative. Let’s take a break from this and relax for a while.

A bite-size of mindfulness

A MUM and daughter duo have published a meditation book for children. Nikki Powell, 46, and her ten-year-old daughter Lucy worked together to create the book in just one week.

Meditation book for kids written by 10-year-old and her Mum

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