Using Mindfulness of your breath to decrease symptoms of pain, stress, and anxiety

Mindfulness of the breath could benefit your life in multiple ways. We just need to remember to practice it on a daily basis, which can be challenging to do. If you’re like most people, you’re very busy all the time. When you’re not busy, you add in more activities because you feel strange when you’re…

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Mindfulness exercise for your furry family members

As you know, I’m also the owner of Fast Pet Services in Minot, North Dakota. We offer luxury pet home visits for those working long hours or on vacation. We would love to hear from you and how you practice Mindfulness with your pets! Thank you for reading and have a mindful evening with your…

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3 reasons why you should start paying attention to your inner voice

We all have wandering and worrying thoughts. Sometimes, our inner voice can truly control the way we think about ourselves, others, our community, and the world at large. We can think out of survival mode or we can use our inner voice to our advantage to create a better life for ourselves and our families….

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New beginnings

Wow, what a year it’s been! Today, is exciting because I begin a new journey of deepening my Mindfulness practice as I continue down this path. As I sit in my backyard and feel the gently breeze, warm sun, and watch birds fly by, I pay a deeper attention to my surroundings. Each moment brings…

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How present do you feel?

I have an exercise for you to try and I would greatly appreciate your feedback on it once you complete it. It’s an exercise that you’ll do before and in the shower and it will help ground you to be more present. Because if you’re anything like me, you’ll find yourself planning and visualizing in…

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3 steps to releasing judgment of our own experience to attract better opportunities into our life

Do you pay a deep attention to all your triggers throughout the day? You know, the habits in which you even laugh about doing? The ones that no one else notice unless you point them out. When we find ourselves looking at the mirror while driving or unbuckling our seat belt before we even put…

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Experience is always better than the results

Experience, Experience, Experience Personally and professionally I want you to think about your experience. The things you’ve felt, the people you’ve met, the traveling you’ve done. Now, simply ask yourself, “would I change anything.” What would you change if you could relive the past? I’m not here to coach you on past troubles but rather…

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Having control of your thoughts and emotions is powerful

This statement sounds easier than it is, that’s for sure. I want you to think about what all you did this morning. What time did you get up? Did you hit the snooze button? Did you work on yourself first? Did you negatively react in any moment? Did you watch your inner voice carefully? Did…

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