Stress at work, household, children’s birthdays, and quite a few things that are on the to-do list. So the next vacation comes just in time. But as soon as you arrive, you don’t really want to relax on vacation either, and you ask yourself, what was that about mindfulness again?
Mindfulness – Paying attention to yourselfMindfulness has been on everyone’s lips for some years now and has become a real lifestyle trend. In the meantime, it has been scientifically proven that a mindful lifestyle has a lasting effect on positive well-being. Pressure to perform, stress, worries, and the feeling of being constantly evaluated, whether at work or in private life, cost energy and take a mental toll. This is where the concept of mindfulness comes in. Mindfulness basically means to pay attention to oneself, as well as to one’s surroundings. Mindfulness stands for enjoying the moment without judging individual things. Often small exercises are enough in everyday life, where you take time for a short moment, concentrate on your breath, and consciously take a break.
Out of the daily routine, into the vacation
Whether it’s a short weekend trip, an active vacation, or just lazing around. Vacations are the perfect break from everyday life. Traveling allows us to discover new things, recharge our batteries and make memories that will last a lifetime. After all, it’s not called traveling makes you happy for nothing. Especially for families, vacation also means more time together. Time for shared experiences away from the daily routine. But traveling with child and children can quickly become exhausting. That’s why it’s all the more important for parents to give mindfulness its space on vacation:
- Seeing the world through children’s eyes:
- Me Time:
- Say goodbye to perfectionism: