Practice mindfulness whenever you can

Mindfulness is every person’s natural ability to be aware of what is happening in the present moment. This is the ability of a human being to accept present events with compassion, in a peaceful and relaxed way.

The most important thing to keep in mind is that it is never too late for anything. Today we can take some small steps that will make us happier, happier and healthier.
Changes allow us to progress and bring new excitement. With small steps, we can create more time for the things we really enjoy.
We all sometimes think ‘If I had known this 10 years ago, everything would have been different now.’ Often times come when we think we knew some things before – it would help us at a younger age. We reach these conclusions through personal growth, development and experience.
Try spending less valuable time hanging out with negative people. Try to ignore people who are always black and talk about their problems (without wanting to change anything). Also, do not constantly explain your views to someone who has shown several times that he or she has no understanding for you. It’s better to be alone than surrounded by people who pump your energy.

Try to take some time for yourself and what fulfills and makes you happy. If your daily schedule is overcrowded, put together a list of activities you do throughout the day. When you write them all down on paper, you are sure to find a part of the day that you can fill with content that will make you happy about what you are currently doing at the time.
Be creative. Spend time in quality activity. Find an artist in you. Such activities have proven to improve concentration. In addition, creative hobbies prevent dementia, according to a study published in the journal Neurology.
Sometimes we spend too much time thinking about the past or what we could have done differently, that in all this chaos we know how to forget to enjoy the pure joy of the present moment. And in what is happening to us right now. Happiness can only exist in the present.
Our mind is in the habit of doing hundreds of miles an hour. That means we are rarely present now and here. Try to stop it and look around. Take a look at your life today, breathe slowly. When the thoughts stop going wild, you will begin to appreciate the present moment. You will not feel like time is running out.

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