Find Your Focus

Real Life Mindfulness author Becca Anderson has written a new blog post on how to find your focus, take a look.

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You may not be able to foresee what the universe has planned for you, but that doesn’t mean your own plans should be unpredictable.

SANDRA OLIVER

Sometimes I still lose my head, even though it is attached to my body. But if I’ve left myself a note, I can usually find it again.

MARLO THOMAS

Detail is electric. BONNI GOLDBERG

To know where you can find a thing is the chief part of learning.

UNKNOWN

Only when your consciousness is totally focused on the moment you are in can you receive whatever gift, lesson, or delight that moment has to offer.

BARBARA DE ANGELIS

On clutter: chaos begets chaos in our homes, and in our minds.

CAROL WISEMAN

A place for everything, and everything in its place. ISABELLA MARY BEETON

Just before bedtime prayers, evaluate each day. Make plans for tomorrow that will move you toward your long-range goal.

FLORENCE S. JACOBSEN

Words are a lens to focus one’s mind. AYN RAND

Most of what you obtain in life will be because of your discipline. Discipline is perhaps more important than ability.

CHRISTINE DARDEN

Never walk into or out of a meeting without a clear agenda.

MARY JANE RYAN

Many a woman has a “to-do” list that resembles the phone book! Don’t overdo your “to-do” list. Keep it reasonable and keep it doable.

LESLIE ROSSMAN

Write out your problem on a piece of paper, stick the paper in a drawer, and close it. Do not allow yourself to look at or think about the list until the end of the week. By then, you may look at your problems differently and will have solutions.

MICHELLE STRONG

I don’t wait for moods. You accomplish nothing if you do that. Your mind must know it has got to get down to work.

PEARL S. BUCK


Real Life Mindfulness

Meditations for a Calm and Quiet Mind

Spiritual self care: Real Life Mindfulness is a series of reflections that can illuminate every aspect of life. Authors Elise Marie Collins and Becca Anderson offer readers guidance on using the opportune moments between everything else in life for spiritual self care. In the same way we lovingly tend a garden, so does our soul require nourishment and attention. Your happiness quotient will soar with the practices and meditations in Real Life Mindfulness.