6 relaxation hacks for people who hate meditating

6 relaxation hacks for people who hate meditating

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  1. Jeremy Carlson June 27, 2017 at 1:54 pm · Reply

    This is a great article!! I just started teaching yoga a little over a year ago and being active is an excellent aid in linking the mind and the body. The more body senses used (sight, smell, sound…etc.) the better. Like with all the activities mentioned above, it is important to focus in on the present and find solitude there. Again, great article!

  2. loida phelps, r n June 28, 2017 at 9:37 am · Reply

    This is a great post and worth sharing, thank you. My favorite is the cooking part and singing. I agree that the smell, feel and sight of this activity is very stimulating and inspiring. On my days off, I don’t mind spending many hours in the kitchen chopping, dicing and what have you , my veggies and ingredients. Very relaxing to me; but most important of all, the joy of enjoying the reward of my hard work which is having a great-tasting hot, healthy, home-cooked meal for myself and family.


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Lindsey Lambert
Lindsey Lambert

Lindsey Lambert is the public affairs & marketing intern at Advocate Health Care Support Center in Downers Grove. She is a junior at Texas Christian University majoring in strategic communication. At school Lindsey is involved with Public Relations Student Society of America, her sorority, and playing on the club lacrosse team. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with family and friends, travelling, and staying active.

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