A Minute of Mindfulness with Mia – Doing What You Can

Sept 26, 2021

Hello, welcome to another minute of mindfulness with Mia.

Today we’re going to talk about doing what you can do versus what you can’t.

It’s raining out today and it’s a beautiful Sunday afternoon. It’s raining. It’s been raining all day.

There are a lot of things I couldn’t do today. But we still got our walk-in.

We had to adjust, right? There’s been a lot of things we haven’t been able to do lately so I focus on what I can do.

I’m working outside, I collected rainwater and water all my indoor plants. I can snuggle with my pet. I can really focus on what’s outside of me.

That’s really beautiful. So I hope today you can focus on what you can do. Thank you.

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