Jun 022013
 

Mindfulness to help you study and revise more effectively

Mindfulness

Mindfulness has lots of benefits for everyone. I encourage students to try regular mindful practices as it improves focus, increases concentrations and reduces stress. I have a 31 day mindfulness challenge that you can start at any time. You can read about it and sign up here.

I started this challenge in 2013 when I did a month of mindfulness (MOM) before exam season to encourage my students to give it a go. I wrote various blog posts about mindfulness and giving updates to how my challenge was going so there are various MOM update posts you can read on my mindfulness page. I was also interviewed here for Be Happy Tips about doing the challenge. Another blogger to join the challenge and write about it is Jennifer at thesavingsopportunity.com. You might like to read some of the following posts if you want to work more effectively.

Start a month of mindfulness challenge #mom31

My Quest for Mindfulness interview at behappytips.com

What is mindfulness?

7 myths about mindfulness….. busted!

20 benefits of mindfulness & more benefits of mindfulness

Establishing a new habit

5 books on mindfulness

30 free guided meditations

5 mindfulness courses on iTunes U

5 mindfulness blogs

10 mindfulness podcasts

Worry casts shadows

Mindful activity e.g. walking

STOP and practice mindfulness

  4 Responses to “How to use mindfulness to help you study and revise more effectively”

  1. […] She is a big promoter of mindfulness, and being an educator, she promotes mindfulness as a tool for students. You can read her posts on mindfulness here. […]

  2. […] If you want support with the 31 day month of mindfulness challenge please do leave a comment or give me a shout on email or twitter(#MOM31). If you want to find out more about mindfulness then there is a summary of my posts here. […]

  3. […] There is also lots more information in this blog including myths about mindfulness and benefits of mindfulness which you can get access to here. […]

  4. […] meditation are good ways to increase your concentration span. Take action: Read through my posts on mindfulness to find out why it helps students and try 31 days of mindfulness to get you started with this […]

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