My personal Mindfulness routine.

I would like to share with you my personal routine in my daily life, in hope to inspire you to develop your own mindfulness routine. Keep in mind that everyones routine maybe a little bit different.


I recently started waking up around 7:00am. The old me would sleep till 9:30. I use a very cool meditation alarm clock that my friend recently got me. What’s unique about it is that it starts shining about a half hour before you get up, then gets brighter and brighter like the sunrise until your ready to get up. You can choose to wake up to a number of different sounds , meditations or even yoga directions.
After I am awake for a little bit I do a 15 minute meditation with some candles or incense lit. This helps me start my day off on the right path. Next I take my special formula for my Propionic academia. Once that is digest it, it’s time for yoga.
Now I have been doing yoga for years. It’s perfect for me and is so beneficial which I’ll get to in a later post. I normally do 20 minutes one more a day. I’m huge fan of Yoga With Adrien. If you are new to yoga I highly recommend checking out her YouTube channel. While I strongly encourage you to try yoga find what’s best for you.
After some real food I go for my walk. My walks aren’t amount exercise but of course they be. My walks are about enjoying the moment. The fresh air, all the beautiful sights and sounds that we often take for granted. That’s what walking means to me.
When I get home from my walk I normally read,write or do a puzzle all great ways to practice being present. After about a hour or so it is time for dinner. I have been trying to teach myself how to slow down and enjoy every bite. I rarely watch tv during dinner as it’s more about enjoying the food.
Sometimes I meditation for another 15 minutes before bed to reflect on my day. I think about what I could have done better and what did well. It’s a great way to end your day. i hope this gives you a better idea of how I spend my life! I also hope this inspires you to create your own mindfulness practice .
Blissings to you all.






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