5 Ways To Be Mindful No Matter How Crazy Your Schedule Is
By Tracy Miller
Before we tell you once again that there’s a science-backed reason (or 10) to slow down and increase mindfulness in your day-to-day life, let us take a guess at what your excuse is going to be. We’re going to go with: “I’m too busy” followed swiftly by “I don’t know where to start.”First of all, new research shows that quick meditation breaks throughout the day can actually make you more productive and help you feel in better control of your time. And if you think you don’t have time to try it out, consider this: You have time to read this article and check your email 35 times a day. You also have time for Top Chef marathons, late-night snacks, and chatting with your sister-in-law. In short, you make time for the things you think matter.