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Mindfulness for women who don’t have time for mindfulness—reset, refocus, and find your work–life balance The modern woman is more overwhelmed than ever. Between pursuing a career, maintaining a personal life, and curating the perfect image, she finds herself asking: What work–life balance? But we can find balance—by building simple mindfulness techniques right into our he Mindfulness for women who don’t have time for mindfulness—reset, refocus, and find your work–life balance The modern woman is more overwhelmed than ever. Between pursuing a career, maintaining a personal life, and curating the perfect image, she finds herself asking: What work–life balance? But we can find balance—by building simple mindfulness techniques right into our hectic schedules. Now, psychotherapist Shonda Moralis coaches readers through her five-minute “mindful breaks”—each prompted by an everyday situation—and shares how to: Breathe to promote calm and awareness with meditation. Empower yourself with assertiveness and self-confidence. Achieve your dreams by setting—and conquering—goals. Armed with these fifty mindfulness techniques, plus advice from original interviews with empowered women, anyone can achieve balance in just five minutes a day!


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Mindfulness for women who don’t have time for mindfulness—reset, refocus, and find your work–life balance The modern woman is more overwhelmed than ever. Between pursuing a career, maintaining a personal life, and curating the perfect image, she finds herself asking: What work–life balance? But we can find balance—by building simple mindfulness techniques right into our he Mindfulness for women who don’t have time for mindfulness—reset, refocus, and find your work–life balance The modern woman is more overwhelmed than ever. Between pursuing a career, maintaining a personal life, and curating the perfect image, she finds herself asking: What work–life balance? But we can find balance—by building simple mindfulness techniques right into our hectic schedules. Now, psychotherapist Shonda Moralis coaches readers through her five-minute “mindful breaks”—each prompted by an everyday situation—and shares how to: Breathe to promote calm and awareness with meditation. Empower yourself with assertiveness and self-confidence. Achieve your dreams by setting—and conquering—goals. Armed with these fifty mindfulness techniques, plus advice from original interviews with empowered women, anyone can achieve balance in just five minutes a day!

45 review for Breathe, Empower, Achieve: 5-Minute Mindfulness for Busy Women—Reset, Refocus, and Find Your Work–Life Balance

  1. 4 out of 5

    Priya

    The book is divided into quick mindful breaks which can be done by both men and women. There's nothing women specific here, so if you want to pick it up being a man, give it a go. The mindful breaks are of three kinds - calm breaks, empowerment breaks and achievement breaks. The author speaks about a topic and usually a client who benefitted from that break and then talks about the steps for the break. The book also features interviews with other people who have been helped by these breaks. Overal The book is divided into quick mindful breaks which can be done by both men and women. There's nothing women specific here, so if you want to pick it up being a man, give it a go. The mindful breaks are of three kinds - calm breaks, empowerment breaks and achievement breaks. The author speaks about a topic and usually a client who benefitted from that break and then talks about the steps for the break. The book also features interviews with other people who have been helped by these breaks. Overall, the book was decent. Can be picked up. I received a free copy of the book from NetGalley.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Cozy Cat Reviews

    Thank you to the publisher and to Net Galley for the opportunity. My review opinion is my own,. I enjoyed this quick read about using mindfulness for busy people., The author has included short meditation exercises that will work for anyone. If you would like to start meditating and using mindfulness or already do and like to expand your knowledge, this is a great self help guide to improving your practice.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Nichola Gutgold

    This is truly a wonderful book full of insights that will make my life calmer and better. Engagingly written, it is a book to keep and refer to often in order to breathe, empower and achieve in every area of life. Makes a great gift for the over achieving women in your life.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Diana

    I enjoyed this quite a bit and found some really helpful tips inside. Here's hoping I can stick with the mindfulness 🤞 I enjoyed this quite a bit and found some really helpful tips inside. Here's hoping I can stick with the mindfulness 🤞

  5. 4 out of 5

    Heather Bennett

    Breathe, Empower, Achieve, is a short book that gives some good advice on mindfulness. Well written and interesting.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Victoria

    A nifty book with a multitude of options to introduce a little bit of mindful meditations into everyday. Although some of the examples and explanations are woman centric, any gender can benefit.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Jamie Jack

    As a person who has an interest in self-help books, I found the concept of this one to be fascinating. Mindfulness is such a buzzword these days, and I will admit that I am a bit leery of its use everywhere. Mindfulness itself is a hard word to define fully. It definitely has to do with being present, whatever that means for you in a given moment. But there is much more to it. In this book, the author offers 5-minute tune-ups that will either help you calm down (breathing mindfulness), see and g As a person who has an interest in self-help books, I found the concept of this one to be fascinating. Mindfulness is such a buzzword these days, and I will admit that I am a bit leery of its use everywhere. Mindfulness itself is a hard word to define fully. It definitely has to do with being present, whatever that means for you in a given moment. But there is much more to it. In this book, the author offers 5-minute tune-ups that will either help you calm down (breathing mindfulness), see and get past self-limiting beliefs (empowering mindfulness), or figure out actionable plans as you learn more about yourself (achieving mindfulness). First she talks generally about what the book will have in it; she also does define mindfulness and why she considers it to be important. The book has been broadly divided into three sections: breathe, empower, and achieve mindful breaks (as laid out by the title). These are mostly short concepts to meditate on although some of them do require you to write or do other actions. Each of these exercises is preceded by a fairly lengthy essay describing what the exercises is meant to do for you and some of its background. I found the essays engaged my mind and made me more interested in trying the exercise. Meditation and inner awareness have been subjects that have interested me for decades, and I enjoyed this spin on it. By the way, this book is geared toward women specifically. The author states that women have some unique responsibilities and challenges that require special acknowledgement and handling. I think each of the book’s parts have value. It is so easy to get stressed and overwhelmed; the breathe section can help with that. If you have beliefs that stop you from going after what you want, the empower section is tailored to that. I recommend this book. I received a free copy of this book, but that did not affect my review. Read my other reviews at https://www.readingfanaticreviews.com.

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