Active Inactivity

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Active Inactivity
Take time to do nothing. Our lives are busy with work, the kids and then trying to get things together so we can do it all over again tomorrow.
Plan a day of inactivity — not of play or watching TV — a day to reflect on all those things we rush around trying to get done; it’s a chance to organize and prioritize all those things that make us crazy.
Make time to sit quietly and meditate too.

Meditation

Start Meditating
You can boost energy and focus with regular meditation. A recent Harvard study found people who meditate for 30 minutes a day for 2 months showed measurable changes in the parts of the brain associated with learning and memory.
How to meditate find a quiet place to sit…you can sit in a chair or on the floor. Close your eyes. Focus on your breath. Focus your mind on your breathing.
Start with a 5 minutes session increase your meditation time by a few minutes everyday until you reach 30 minutes.