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Be inspired from these real-life mindfulness examples that provide guidance and assistance on how to be more mindful in your daily life.

From 50 Education Professionals to 1,750 Students – a Mindfulness Trickle-Down Effect With mindfulness proven to improve health and overall well-being, it will not only affect those who practice it but also the people around them. That’s why Gauger Cobbs Middle School were excited to have 50 education professionals partake in our Mindfulness-Based Wellness Education
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Whether it’s social anxiety, difficult schoolwork or a troubling homelife young students are just as prone to stress as anyone. Helping the youth cope with stress should be a priority for all school districts as it will increase students’ academic performance and more importantly their quality of life and overall well-being. A recent article from
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Nellie Hughes Stokes Elementary School, in the Caesar Rodney School District in Delaware, strives to create an atmosphere where students are provided with a nurturing, safe and structured learning environment in which they are valued to take ownership of their learning. In addition to academics, the staff aims to build character, foster creativity and encourage
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Incorporating mindfulness into your routine can be tricky. The secret to developing a mindfulness practice is finding what works for you. If you are the type of person who can’t sit still, don’t try to do a 20-minute sitting meditation- you probably won’t enjoy it! Instead, try a walking or yoga-based meditation that involves more
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The mission of Delaware Changing Lives is to create a better, more mindful world. One of the ways we work toward this is by training professionals so that they can share mindfulness with the people they serve. Ultimately, creating a chain reaction of mindfulness education and awareness. Recently, Delaware Changing Lives had the opportunity to
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Since being introduced to mindfulness, these teachers have become more compassionate, making it easier for them to positively interact with their students and colleagues. It has also taught them how to find peace within themselves. Mike Sheehan believes that mindfulness “made [him] a better teacher.'' 
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