Try, as best you can, to engage in some formal practice each day. If you do not have time for 45 minutes of practice, do something shorter (less formal practices) rather than skipping it entirely. Remember, “A little a lot is better than a lot a little.” Cultivate mindfulness in daily life (informal mindfulness) by paying attention throughout your day. Breathe with awareness.
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