I hope to go to a mindfulness course, run by Kingstown College, next week. My aim in doing so is two-fold……I want to share the techniques I learn with my clients and I want to use the techniques in my personal life ……to help me. I want to be better at enjoying the moment. Only having read about the art of mindfulness, I find it amazing that even now when I am stressing out about the million things I have to do and consider momentarily the concept of mindfulness and living in the moment I’m in, it calms me. The noise is filtered out right then and I am calm in the quiet for that split second. It works almost every time and I want more of it. You see with a job, husband, children, house and home it is so easy for us all to get caught up in the whirlwind of what we need to do next and stress about what will go on the ‘will never get to’ list. Life is too short. I want to get better at enjoying what I have, which is lots. As soon as I know more, I’ll share.