I had a guest post go up over on Jasmine Maria this week, with 7 tips for solo travel. If you’ve had an interest in solo travel, but are a little apprehensive, I totally get where you’re coming from! I was to. So I compiled some of the things I learned through my first solo travel experience to share! I plan to have more posts ready to go here next week. I needed a little bit of time to work on some projects and get some breathing room in my schedule. And it was unintentional, but that’s the perfect segue into my book review for today!
Note – I received a copy of the book from the publisher through TLC Book Tours in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts and opinions are my own.
About The Mindful Day
Hardcover: 272 pages
Publisher: National Geographic (March 27, 2018)
For overscheduled professionals looking to incorporate mindfulness into their daily lives, this step-by-step guide draws on contemplative traditions, modern neuroscience, and leading psychology to bring peace and focus to the home, in the workplace, and beyond.
At the pinnacle of the digital age, it’s hard to imagine packing one more thing into our overwhelmed lives. But new research shows that simple daily exercises can change the way our brain works, improve focus, lift our mood, create stronger connections, and help us develop greater resilience. In this enriching book, noted teacher and mindfulness expert Laurie Cameron provides an everyday road map to cultivate inner peace and navigate any situation with control and clarity. Timeless teachings and straightforward practices designed for busy schedules–from the morning commute to back-to-back meetings to family dinners–show how mindfulness can transform life at home, in the workplace, and beyond. A personal guide for women who have leaned in, men who want to be more effective, and professionals looking to optimize their lives, this book will help readers lead their lives with intention and purpose.