What Does Mindfulness look like in 2023?

With the new year comes new ways to view our mindfulness practice. Personally, I know that my practice was lacking in the past year, and I want to get back to it. This brought the most natural question. What does mindfulness look like in 2023?

What does mindfulness look like in 2023?
Mindful Practice is Essential

While it’s a broad question, it’s not one that is terribly difficult to answer. Simply put, it’s whatever YOU want it to look like. Here are

5 ways mindfulness can look like in 2023!

  • Journal
  • Reading a book on mindfulness
  • Taking an online course through a platform like Udemy
  • Finding a group that practices mindfulness meditation
  • Start your own practice around mindfulness

There are many ways to incorporate this amazing practice into the new year. This is especially true if you’ve tried in the past and struggled. Mindfulness, in particular, can be tougher because it’s not always a concrete practice like yoga or meditation. Mindfulness can be practiced in various ways. That’s what makes it both simple and complex at the same time.

One thing to keep in mind is not simply that it’s a practice, but also, you’re not going to be able to master it. In fact, no one has mastered mindfulness. It’s simply not possible. What IS possible is to keep growing in your own practice. It can be a daily, weekly, or monthly goal that you set, but setting goals for yourself will be key to a fruitful practice in 2023.

In conclusion, I want to leave you with a challenge. Take a mindful moment each day this coming week. Literally one minute out of the day to be mindful of your surroundings.

Additionally, if you want to learn a bit more about mindfulness practice, check out my post on going from mindless to mindful! Have a wonderful week.

16 thoughts on “What Does Mindfulness look like in 2023?”

  1. Whitney Stewart

    Being someone who suffers from a mental illness, I’m very much an advocate for mental health supportive activities. And mindfulness just branches off from that. Thank you so much for sharing!

  2. Journaling has been one of the most mindful things I have ever tried! It helped me to be thoughts conscious, and self-aware about my feelings, fears, and desires. Thank you for this post!

    1. Hi Yzzy! Thank you for stopping by the grotto! I’m glad you liked the article this week! Journaling is great for mindfulness because you really can look “inward” and be so much more aware. It’s a wonderful tool. ❤️

  3. Gret advice! One of my goals this year is to start a spiritual/mindfulness practice. I’ll have to remember these tips to get started! I look forward to reading more articles!

      1. Thank you for the friendly reminder! It’s great advice, but hard to remember and need a reminder once In a while! ❤️

  4. I was just thinking a few weeks ago about how much I missed journaling! I’m 3 days into your mindful challenge and it’s such a great way to root yourself to life and appreciate all that is around us. Every day I’ve been doing it longer 🙂

    1. Hi Catia!

      That’s wonderful to hear! Journaling is indeed a great way to feel more gratitude and love for the life you have. I am working on scheduling time each day to journal because life can get so hectic. It’s important to keep good habits going! I hope you enjoyed your visit to the Grotto!

  5. I’ve been trying to get into mindfulness for a while but never stick with it! I’m glad I’ve found your blog since it looks like it will help with that!

    1. Hello Annelise!

      Thank you for stopping by the Grotto! I am so glad you found us and I hope it will help you in your mindfulness journey. Consistency is sometimes very tough. You got this!

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