Finding Magic in the Mundane

Through mindfulness, you can cultivate new experience that can add some sparkle to those tedious activities and mundane moments. Being more mindful through your day can vastly change how you view the world around you.

Be More Present

Being truly present in your day can be incredibly beneficial to your mental and physical wellbeing.  The following are some simple ideas to encourage you to inspire you to love the life you have through the mundane, momentous and everything in between

The following are simple mindfulness practices for daily life...


When cooking and eating, try tuning into all your physical senses of smell, touch, sight taste, hearing, to fully immerse yourself to be fully present in the moment.

Another mindful cooking idea:

Think about the path of food from field to plate. Consider all the people and the land that nurtured and supported the food you are eating. From the natural wonders of sun, rain and pollination, to all those who help to get the food from farm to plate,


Breath meditation has been shown to reduce anxiety, improve focus, support more restful sleep and even support heart health. One of the easiest ways to practice breath meditation is to simply focus on the breath as it is.


Shamatha, “breathing as is”, is a great beginner practice that’s often referred to as the reset breath to help bring you back to the present moment. This practice can be done anywhere for a quick way to be more present.


As adults, we often forget the delight that can be found in play. Notice the world around you like a child. The breeze as it whips through your hair, sound of laughter, joyful movement, tiny ants as they walk across the sidewalk. Embrace your inner child.

Coffee or Tea Meditation

Mindful  coffee or tea break is a simple and quick (under 5 minutes) way to add mindfulness to your mornings. Check in with all the sensations as you partake in this daily ritual.


Take off your shoes and feel the earth beneath your feet. Feel the warmth of the sun or coolness of a breeze. Marvel as bees and flies buzz around you. Listen for the sounds of nature.Notice the  colors and textures around you.

Connect with Loved Ones

Disconnect  from those things that tether us, whether it’s technology or to-do lists, and drop into a moment of connection with loved ones. Take a moment to fully immerse yourself in the moment and be present.

Not sure what's best for you? 

Try different methods to see what works best for you and your routine.

For More ideas & Tips to add mindfulness to your daily routine, check out the post below.  .