Find Time for Mindfulness with Mindful Dailies


November 16, 2020

Feeling grounded and balanced throughout the day can be tricky, no matter what your work, school, and home situations look like. Taking as little as 1% of your day – or 14 minutes – to slow down and strengthen the connection between your mind and your body can make a big difference in your overall health and well-being, but what takes just 14 minutes?

Mindful Daily is a live, 14-minute mindfulness session that centers around a new topic every day at multiple times throughout the day so you can take that 1% for yourself whenever you need it.

Join our expert mindfulness teachers and register for the Mindful Dailies that fit your life and schedule today.

Monday, November 16th – Relax to Recharge

Friends and family are not only at the core of our human connections, but they can also help us relax and recharge when we need it most.

Tuesday, November 17th – Joy in Slowing Down

With the busyness of the holidays coming up, how can you find more peace and joy in doing less?

Wednesday, November 18th – Discover the Joy in the New

Traditions are especially important during this time of the year, but putting a new twist on traditions can bring a whole new sense of happiness.

Thursday, November 19th – The Season for Self-Care

The holidays are a great opportunity to give, but don’t forget to also give yourself the gifts of self-care and self-compassion.

Friday, November 20th – Gratitude Beyond Thanksgiving

Having gratitude on Thanksgiving is an important part of the tradition, and creating the habit of finding gratitude every day can help you carry that same sense of thankfulness all year long.

Saturday, November 21st – Accepting How Things Are

It’s common for the mind to wander to the past or worry about the future, but learning how to accept things as they are can be an essential practice to strengthen your mindfulness foundation.

Sunday, November 22nd – Open to Different Perspectives

Tired of talking about politics? Learn how to approach conversations with mindfulness instead.