Mindfulness and meditation are health buzzwords nowadays. Everyone, even those who aren’t health practitioners, tout the amazing effects of being mindful and practicing meditation.
But, just because it’s popular doesn’t mean you should do it…or does it?
As a practitioner, I recommend it. This post gives you the lowdown on why it may be something you should start (or do more of).
And I bet you can’t wait to see what kind of “recipe” I have for you on mindfulness and meditation, can you?
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