44 Habits For More Mindful Days

Do you wish you could implement more mindful habits into your daily life but just can’t seem to get the habit going?

You’re not alone.

Despite knowing all of the benefits of practicing mindfulness (such as improved health, better moods, and higher productivity) our society struggles to incorporate simple habits. Here’s a quick list of easy ways to make your days more mindful. Chances are a few of them will stick!

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44 Daily Habits for a More Mindful Life

  1. Chew each bite of food 30 times
  2. Have a bedtime routine
  3. Stretch
  4. Get 7000 steps per day
  5. Clean for 10 minutes every day
  6. Text 3 friends letting them know you’re thinking of them
  7. Write in a gratitude journal
  8. Count your bites of food
  9. Sing in the shower
  10. Meditate
  11. Turn off all lights when you leave a room
  12. Take a warm bath
  13. Cook a meal
  14. Fold and put away clothes
  15. Call a family member
  16. Read a physical book
  17. Hum while you brush your teeth
  18. Take 3 deep breaths
  19. Smell scented candles
  20. Window shop without spending money
  21. Walk in nature
  22. Watch the clouds go by
  23. Massage temples
  24. Describe your food
  25. Tapping (EFT)
  26. Dance
  27. Take pictures of nature
  28. List out feelings
  29. Write a letter to an old friend
  30. Make a to-do list
  31. Use a foot massage tool
  32. Count steps while walking
  33. Look at photo albums
  34. Hug a loved one
  35. Listen to nature sounds
  36. List household projects
  37. Count breaths
  38. Relax each muscle group one by one
  39. Practice yoga
  40. Go for a bike ride
  41. Describe plates while doing the dishes
  42. Make a shopping list
  43. Count how many sounds you hear
  44. Smile

Which one of these small tasks do you think you can implement daily? We assure you that if you can commit to a handful of these it will be well worth the effort! Good luck and HAPPY MINDING!


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