Welcome to Part two of my values and living with intention blog series! If you missed part one, no worries, you can go and read that first HERE. So, in part one we learned what CORE VALUES are. We also explored how to go about finding out what our personal values are using various techniques.… Continue reading Core values and living with Intention part 2
Values and intention setting PART 1 This year I am trying to get to grips with living in accordance with my values and living with intention. To do this I must understand what values and intentions are. Then I must discover what my personal core values are and how I can implement habits and processes into… Continue reading Core Values and living with intention part 1
I am a full time SAHM (stay at home mom). This is a job I really enjoy, and I wouldn't have it any other way, it was my choice and my families choice. Being a SAHM has a lot of positives, I get to see my child grow up and be there for every stage… Continue reading Building a positive relationship with yourself as a SAHM.
This week I have been thinking about gratitude in relation to my mindfulness practice, trying to incorporate attention and being aware of what is around me with gratitude and thankfulness. It is easy to remember to be grateful for people for example, when we are prompted. Think of fathers day, mothers day, valentines and wedding… Continue reading Gratitude Friday- gratitude and mindfulness
I am always pinning images from the Girl with curves blog. She always looks great and gives women of all shapes and sizes the confidence and style inspiration that they deserve. I love this image as it reminds me to be accepting of who I am and to not be a perfectionist. This in turn… Continue reading Interesting things Wednesday
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h5cZITQDTrE I myself do not follow any religion but believe we can learn things from a variety of sources including the teachings of various religions, teachers and philosophers, and I am finding that Buddhism ties in with my mindfulness practice. Mindfulness meditation is teaching me that we don't always have to be carried away by our… Continue reading Compassion
As I mentioned in Interesting things last Wednesday which you can see here I have downloaded the Headspace App to test out using mindfulness meditation as a means of combating stress and anxiety. The app is made by Andy Puddicombe who is a former Buddhist monk with a degree in Circus Arts. If you are interested in… Continue reading All it takes is Ten Mindful minutes
Here are some things we have found interesting this week! I love these typography illustrations by Greg Coulson. You can see more of his amazing work here. As someone who suffers from stress, anxiety and panic attacks I have been interested in mindfulness meditation for a while. I have recently downloaded the free ten day… Continue reading Interesting things Wednesday