The art of being aware.

Mindfulness doesn’t only mean sitting quietly, trying to control  your every thought. Mindfulness means you are paying attention to things like:

  • the taste of your food

  • the feel of the ground under your feet

  • how your breath moves in and out of your lungs

 

There are many ways to practice being mindful and they can all be very impactful on your  health and wellbeing. 

 

Practicing mindfulness can decrease anxiety, ease depression, and make you feel more balanced. 

Here are some resources to help you start a mindfulness practice. 

 

http://mindfulnessforteens.com/

https://leftbrainbuddha.com/mindfulness-for-teens/

https://kidshealth.org/en/teens/mindfulness.html

APPS

  • Insight Timer

  • CALM

  • Headspace

Mindfulness

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