You want to start a meditation practice, but …
- You have to be at the office early
- Your kids need to get to day-care
- You need to make breakfast…and dinner
- You are always running late
- You like to work out in the morning
These excuses are all valid because you have a busy life. You probably have a suitcase full of other reasons that are also valid. But guess what? You still have time to meditate. Everyone can find time if they make it a priority.
And the benefits of doing so are manifold. It’s been scientifically proven that mediating even semi-regularly will reduce stress and anxiety as well as promote emotional health and lengthen your attention span. Especially now, as many of us are holed up at home, making time for activities like meditation is key to our longterm wellbeing.
Here are 5 ways you can squeeze a meditation into your day, no matter how packed it is with to-dos.
Get up, then sit back down.