Welcome to episode 28 of The Mindful Kind podcast!
In this fun, little episode, I've shared ten quirky and out-of-the-box ways you can be more mindful. Discover how to shake up your mindfulness practice and enjoy trying out some new practices!
1: Use your sense of smell
2: Sit down on your mindful walk
3: Pick yourself some flowers and use them as a mindful reminder
4: Watch jellyfish
5: Clean out your wardrobe
6: Cook a new recipe
7: Listen to a song in the bathroom
8: Cloud watch
9: Dry your hands mindfully
10: Try grounding
For more mindfulness inspiration, please head to my website at www.rachaelkable.com
In episode 27 of The Mindful Kind podcast, discover more about my own journey with stress, mindfulness and relationships.
You'll learn three meaningful ways to practise mindfulness to strengthen your own relationships, including communicating your feelings regularly, seeing things from other perspectives and cultivating gratitude.
To find out more about my upcoming Melbourne Workshop, head to www.rachaelkable.com/upcoming-events
I hope you have a beautiful, mindful week!
In episode 26 of The Mindful Kind podcast, discover two powerful mindfulness practices to help you break habits and, possibly, create new ones!
By making more conscious choices and learning to urge surf, we can empower ourselves to choose whether or not we take action on our impulses.
Also, learn about why self-talk is so important when we're trying to change a habit!
The Mindful Kind Challenge kicks off on Monday May 16th and if you are ready to sign up and start immersing yourself in all things mindfulness (with support from me!), simply head to www.rachaelkable.com/themindfulkindchallenge
Also, while you're there, sign up to my newsletter so you can access all of my free mindfulness resources, including an eBook, worksheets, a mindfulness manifesto and more!
I hope you have a beautiful week, Mindful Kind.
Welcome to episode 25 of The Mindful Kind podcast!
Discover why self-compassion was such an important part of my mindfulness practice, especially when I was a beginner.
You'll also learn about three different exercises you can use to be more compassionate towards yourself, including talking kindly to yourself, writing down why mindfulness is useful to you whenever you remember to practice and letting go of hurtful thoughts.
For more tips about letting go of hurtful thoughts, check out my blog article here:
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And to join me for a live workshop in Melbourne about mindfulness and goal-setting, by purchasing your ticket here: