10 Mindfulness Tips for Everyday Practice! #MindfulnessMonday 8/12/19

Today’s #MindfulnessMonday Tip: If you’re listening, listen!

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Today’s Mindfulness Exercise:

If you’re cleaning, CLEAN! Clean a Room Mindfully!

What does it mean to clean a room mindfully? It means to go slow, to appreciate each and every item in the room. As you clean, ask yourself how you feel about each item and what each item means to you. What emotions do you associate with each item as you pick it up, dust it, polish it, etc. Explore feelings of self-appreciation. Appreciate your physical ability to clean: the ability to bend, stretch, lift, and carry. How does the room feel when you’re finished cleaning? How do you feel?

Mindfulness Journaling:

After completing the ‘Clean a Room Mindfully’ activity, describe how both you and the room have changed. How do you feel now that the chore has been completed? How does the newly cleaned room make you feel?

Mindfulness journaling can be very private. However, I would love to invite you to comment below and share your experiences with the ‘Clean a Room Mindfully’ exercise.


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I’m certified in Holistic Stress Management and Mind/Body Fitness. I’ve been practicing Mindfulness for 10+ years and am passionate about helping others in their pursuit of a more mindful existence.


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