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Cheryl Jones, mindfulness, mindfulness-based wellness program, mindfulness practices at work, Resilience Coach, Mindfulness Speaker, Wellness Strategy Consultant, Central Connecticut mindfulness speaker, Central Connecticut mindfulness author, mindfulness training, Mindful Exercise
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Navigate the Holiday Season with Grace and Ease

Greetings Mindful Friends! It’s true. The holiday season is upon us. You might catch yourself wondering how it got here so fast and feeling anxious. You’re not alone. No matter what has or hasn’t happened in the past, we can approach the holidays with a fresh, new...

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Transition Is In The Air

Greetings mindful friends, Transition is in the air and it's palpable. Whether you have kids going back to school or you're simply feeling the shift from summer to autumn, change is in the air. Mindfulness can help us transition gently and process whatever we're experiencing with greater ease. Mindfulness...

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Hibernate, Contemplate, and Nurture Your Authenticity

Whether we find the cold weather pleasant or unpleasant, the season of winter has a gift for us.   This time of year can be a little confusing because everything in nature is calling us inward. Yet the holidays call us outward. Try to move gently through...

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Sprouting up this spring

Greetings Mindful Friends~ We're preparing to come out of our winter hibernation. Whether we had a lot of snow or not doesn’t matter. During the season of winter we turned our energies inward to contemplate our deeper values and to gather ourselves up. Mindfulness helps us...

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Try mindful gardening to lower your stress level

Working in the garden offers a perfect opportunity to be more present in the moment. Take in the sights, smells, and sounds of nature--bees pollenating, blossoming flowers, or birds singing. Be aware of sensations in your body such as warmth, coolness, tightness, pain, or strength. Notice your thoughts...

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