Welcome to episode 23 of The Mindful Kind podcast.
Thank you for your patience in the late release of this episode! As many of you already know, I had a challenging and emotional week last week and was unable to stick to my podcasting schedule.
However, I'm really glad I waited to share this meaningful episode with you. I'm passionate about sharing my experiences with mindfulness and I learned so much last week about connection and support, which is why I'm dedicating this episode to those topics.
In this episode, I also announce The Mindful Kind Challenge, which you can learn more about at www.rachaelkable.com/themindfulkindchallenge
This Challenge is designed to give more support and guidance to people wanting to be more mindful in simple and effective ways. Over three weeks, I'll be sharing my favourite fifteen mindfulness practices, hosting Q and A sessions, offering giveaways of mindfulness tools and sending everyone a beautiful planner to use once The Challenge is over. The Challenge will start on May 16th, so please head over and check it out if it's something you might like to be part of!
Discover which mindfulness practice I love (and have been doing every day for over a year!).
In this episode, I chat about the importance of finding mindfulness practices which truly resonate with you as an individual. With so many different practices to use, I believe we can all go on our own unique journeys to create meaningful and enjoyable mindfulness routines.
I also share an exciting discount code (just for the wonderful listeners of this podcast!) to be used on products from www.combardis.com.au!
That discount code is: themindfulkind and will earn you 20% off at checkout:)
I hope you enjoy the episode and I would love to see your review on iTunes!
In episode of 21 of The Mindful Kind podcast, I explore the power of gratitude from my own experiences.
Find out how I shifted my mindset to appreciate the good in life and discover what that means in terms of how I feel and act.
I also share my favourite gratitude practices and resources including:
If you enjoy this episode, please leave a review in iTunes!:)
In this episode of The Mindful Kind podcast, learn how to be more mindful when you're using social media!
I've shared two wonderful contributions from listeners @heartfeltjewellery and @sarah_dillman (on Instagram), who gave their own insights into how to use social media more mindfully.
My own tips include:
1. Really read quotes. Try writing down your favourite quotes in a blank notebook, such as the beautiful ones from Inspirationery (inspirationery.co)
2. Follow accounts you actually like! My favourite Instagram accounts include rebelandroam, photography_byron_bay, combardiselixirs, calm and thestrategylab.
3. Schedule social media breaks.
4. Avoid multi-tasking.
5. Know when to stop.
I hope you enjoy this episode and if you do, I would absolutely love to see your review on iTunes!
Welcome to a special episode of The Mindful Kind podcast!
In this episode, I set my wonderful listeners a challenge- to visualise how they could use social media more mindfully and figure out their own unique ways of practising mindfulness.
I'm so excited to hear about everyone's experiences on Instagram by tagging me (@rachaelkable) and using the hashtag #themindfulkind.
I'll be back on Monday to share my favourite mindful tips shared by my listeners about using social media mindfully and I'll be sharing my own top five tips as well!
Welcome to episode 18 of The Mindful Kind podcast.
In this episode, I share my journey with public speaking and how mindfulness helped me grow from a girl who could barely read a written presentation in front of her classmates, to confidently speaking in front of 60 women at a wellness event!
The mindful routine I used on the night was this: Breathe. Notice a colour. Notice a sound. Notice my body. Breathe.
I mentioned my eBook, A Journey into Mindfulness: Your Twenty One Day Guide, which can be purchased from www.rachaelkable.com
To find out more about the gorgeous Jess, who organised the wellness event I spoke at to raise money for Camp Quality, check out her Instagram account at one_ofakindness.
You can also find Wellineux on Instagram (@wellineux) to find out more about their wonderful Discovery Workshops and products.
I hope you enjoy the episode and if you do, I would really love to read your review on iTunes!
In this episode of The Mindful Kind podcast, I share some real examples of how mindfulness has impacted my own life in exciting ways!
From less stress in high pressure situations to mindful eating, mindfulness has changed my life in lots of small, but meaningful, ways.
The mindful tip for today is to find one regular activity in your own life and deliberately be mindful next time you do it! Pay attention to your senses and how it feels to complete this activity, gently bringing your mind back to the present whenever you notice it wandering.
In this special episode of The Mindful Kind podcast, I chat about how to find freedom with mindfulness.
With three tips, including taking mindful breaks and letting yourself enjoy them, recognising your strengths and listening to your wants and needs, this episode is all about creating a self-loving, understanding and compassionate mindset with mindfulness and setting ourselves free.
I also answer another listener question about being mindful at school and I share my own journey of creating a mindful and accepting mindset.
As always, head to www.rachaelkable.com for more mindfulness resources, including my free gifts collection, eBook and one-on-one sessions.
In this episode of The Mindful Kind podcast, I talk about my own journey with mindfulness and sleep, from being totally frustrated by my poor sleeping habits to being able to get proper rests and wake up feeling refreshed.
The four mindfulness techniques I cover for getting better sleep include:
In episode 14 of The Mindful Kind podcast, find out how I use mindfulness to make decisions more clearly and less impulsively.
Emotions tend to cloud our judgement so in this episode, I've shared a few ways that mindfulness can help us see past emotions to make the decisions we actually want to make.
If you have questions about mindfulness, feel free to send them through to email@example.com and I'll do my best to answer them in future episodes!
Don't forget to head to www.rachaelkable.com and check out the Free Gifts page for mindfulness resources, including an eBook, worksheets and special samples of my paid products.
In this special episode of The Mindful Kind podcast, I've shared several of my favourite breathing techniques!
I also offer to answer listener questions about mindfulness! Simply email me at firstname.lastname@example.org or find me on Facebook, Instagram or Twitter (simply search for Rachael Kable).
This episode is all about you to use music mindfully!
With tips like tuning into your senses, singing, and playing a mindful music game, this episode is packed with ideas for using music to be more mindful.
I announce a special deal for the next round of Meaningful Mindfulness Sessions, where every client will receive a copy of my new eBook, 'A Journey into Mindfulness: Your Twenty One Day Guide' for free! Just head to my website at www.rachaelkable.com and check out the Work With Me tab and Meaningful Mindfulness Sessions to find more details.
I hope you enjoy this episode and I'll be back next week with more mindfulness goodness!
Episode 11 of The Mindful Kind podcast is about how to incorporate a mindfulness practice into a busy lifestyle!
I share how a mindfulness practice can support you during times of stress, rather than adding yet another task on your to-do list. By incorporating mindfulness in clever, time-saving ways, we can choose to be mindful, without it taking any extra time at all!
I also share a recent experience of my own stress (yes, there were tears!) and how mindfulness helped me change my mindset with compassion and curiosity.
I also announce the launch of my new e-book about mindfulness, A Journey into Mindfulness: Your Twenty One Day Guide, which can be found on my website at www.rachaelkable.com (just check out the e-books page!).
Following on from the last episode about mindfulness in the workplace, episode 10 of The Mindful Kind podcast is about using mindfulness during a tough day at work.
The five mindful tips this week focus on helping you to build resilience, manage stress and take care of your wellbeing when you're having a hard time.
With tips including using the breath to reduce stress, getting high quality sleep and journalling mindfully at the end of the day to leave work at work, this episode is about equipping you with useful and practical tips to get through a tough work day.
If you enjoy this episode, I would love to read your review on iTunes!
Welcome to episode 9 of The Mindful Kind podcast!
Discover 5 useful tips for bringing more mindfulness into your workplace, including using mindfulness tools, being mindful during the commute and practising gratitude.
You'll hear about my own experiences with mindfulness at work and how I learned to refresh, re-focus, unleash creativity and increase my efficiency at work by practising mindfulness in different ways.
At the end of the episode, I've shared how listeners can work with me one-on-one with the Meaningful Mindfulness Sessions, which you can check out at www.rachaelkable.com/meaningful-mindfulness-sessions/
Episode 8 of The Mindful Kind podcast is about using mindfulness to be more self-loving and decrease the influence of critical thoughts.
This is a really special episode because I've shared how I overcame my own critical thoughts about public speaking to create a podcast!
Being more mindful and in tune with our thoughts can really help us to recognise and acknowledge the thoughts which might be hurting us or holding us back. We can then choose what we want to do about those thoughts- whether we let them go, do something differently or embrace more positive ideas.
I also announce my new and exciting Meaningful Mindfulness Sessions via Skype! These sessions are for women who want to begin or strengthen their own mindfulness practice with my one-on-one support and guidance. To check out the details for these sessions, head to www.rachaelkable.com and check out the Work With Me page.
Episode 7 of The Mindful Kind podcast is all about creating a more mindful morning!
Discover my favourite ways to bring more mindfulness into the beginning or your day, including tuning into the senses when you wake up, exploring mindfulness within your beauty rituals and enjoying a mindful breakfast.
In this episode, I've mentioned some wonderful mindfulness tools, including:
Aromatic Body Mist- Combardis Elixirs
Necklace- Violet Gray
Gratitude Journal- Kikki K
Dailygreatness Journal- Dailygreatness
If you enjoy this episode of The Mindful Kind podcast, I would absolutely love to read your review on iTunes!
With 8 more practical, fun and easy tips to be mindful in 2016, Part 2 of this episode is absolutely packed with mindfulness inspiration.
Learn how to go for a mindful walk, how to journal in a mindful way and experience a guided visualisation, plus much more!
A written version of "How to be Mindful in 2016" will be published soon on my website at www.rachaelkable.com/blog so you can have a reminder of all the tips I've shared.
If you enjoy this episode, I would absolutely love to read your review on iTunes! Thank you for being one of The Mindful Kind:)
Welcome to episode number 5 of The Mindful Kind podcast!
With the New Year drawing rapidly closer, I decided to create a collection of my favourite mindfulness practices for you to take into 2016. In this episode, I've chatted about eight of my mindfulness favourite practices, including how to do them and why they're useful.
From being a mindful listener, to deep breathing, to noticing sensations in your body, I've explained really simple and practical ways to bring more mindfulness into your life.
I hope you enjoy this episode! Look out for Part 2, which will go live on 31st December, with 8 more tips for your mindfulness practice in 2016!
I'm super excited to bring this episode of The Mindful Kind to you! I've been bursting to share one of my favourite mindfulness resources with you and how I use it (and how you can, too!).
Introducing a very special book, called Calm. Written by Michael Acton Smith, this book is a beautiful representation of mindfulness and a really useful tool in my mindfulness practice.
In this episode, I've chatted about my favourite activity from Calm and how just reading it is a mindfulness practice in itself!
I've got a very exciting surprise towards the end of the episode, so be sure to hang around!
P.S Just in case you need my email address, here it is: email@example.com
Episode 3 of The Mindful Kind is all about mindful eating- what it is, how to do it and why it's important!
I've also shared three tips which can help you to incorporate mindfulness into your eating rituals, as well as a simple practice to try.
Being mindful while we eat is a fantastic way to enjoy our food, connect with our bodies and tune into feelings of fullness, before we over-indulge. It can help us to make healthier food choices and truly appreciate special treats!
I really love creating these podcasts with you and if you like what you're hearing, please leave a review in iTunes, so we can keep building this wonderful community of The Mindful Kind!
STRESS AND MINDFULNESS
Welcome to the second episode of The Mindful Kind podcast! In this episode, I've dug deep to share my journey of stress and mindfulness with you.
When I was younger, stress played a huge role in my life and I found it really difficult to deal with. My relationships suffered, I felt alone and judged and even resulted in nasty tension headaches and high blood pressure.
When I learned mindfulness and started to practise it, I realised how far out of the moment I was, all the time. I was shocked to realise that I had never actually paid attention to my normal breath and how it felt!
Mindfulness has been a really amazing tool for managing stress and I hope my story can show you just one of the reasons why mindfulness has been such an important part of my life.
Towards the end of the episode, I share a beautifully simple mindfulness practice by tuning into our sense of smell.