Living in the Present: A Mindfulness Walk

I did something healthy today. It absolutely didn’t have anything to do with whole wheat grains, yogurt or working out at the gym. I took a walk.

It was one of those long, dig-in-your-heels kind of walks. I was alone, relishing in the moment, feeling the breeze kiss my cheeks as I listened to the sweet humming of birds at a distance.

Walks like that can be really healthy. It rejuvenates the spirit. It has wiped away all my previous thoughts to buy modafinil to help ease my persistent sleep problems.

It’s all about being mindful of the moment. It’s about throwing all your cares to the wind, and just immersing yourself in the present.

In the midst of all the turmoil of everyday life- deadlines, household chores, mundane reality singing show performances- it helps to take a breather once in a while. What you can do is simply to walk. Take each step as you feel the ground beneath your shoes. Listen to the white noise enveloping you. Just be.

I’m no meditation guru, so this is what I do to lift my spirits, to recharge. I need no mantra here…just my feet and a positive outlook on life.

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