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Living in the Present: Enjoying Life to the Fullest

In today’s fast-paced world, it’s easy to get caught up in the hustle and bustle of daily life. With our minds constantly racing, it can be challenging to take a step back and appreciate the present moment. However, living in the present is essential to living life to the fullest.

Living in the present means being fully engaged in what we’re doing right now, rather than worrying about the past or future. It’s about immersing ourselves in the moment and enjoying every aspect of it. Whether we’re spending time with loved ones, exploring a new hobby, or simply taking a walk outside, we should make the most of every moment.

One of the biggest benefits of living in the present is reduced stress and anxiety. When we’re focused on the present, we’re not worrying about what happened yesterday or what might happen tomorrow. This can help us feel more relaxed, calm, and centered.

Living in the present also allows us to be more mindful and appreciative of the beauty around us. By paying attention to our surroundings, we can experience the small joys of life that we may have otherwise overlooked. For example, we might notice the warm sun on our face, the sound of birds chirping, or the beauty of a sunset.

It’s important to note that living in the present doesn’t mean ignoring the future or neglecting our responsibilities. It’s about finding a balance between being present and planning for the future. By focusing on the present moment, we can actually be more productive and effective in our daily lives.

So, how can we practice living in the present? Here are a few tips:

  1. Practice mindfulness meditation: Taking a few minutes each day to practice mindfulness meditation can help us become more present and aware of our surroundings.
  2. Limit distractions: Try to limit distractions that pull you away from the present moment, such as social media or constant notifications on your phone.
  3. Engage in activities that bring you joy: Whether it’s painting, hiking, or playing music, engaging in activities that bring you joy can help you become fully immersed in the present moment.
  4. Take breaks: Sometimes, it’s important to take a break from our daily routine and simply enjoy the present moment. Take a walk outside, enjoy a cup of tea, or spend time with loved ones.

In conclusion, living in the present is essential to living life to the fullest. By being fully engaged in the moment, we can reduce stress, increase mindfulness, and appreciate the beauty around us. Let’s make a conscious effort to practice living in the present and enjoy every moment to its fullest.WATCH VIDEO

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Hi love, I’m Silvia!

I’m a specialist in starting over. 

Trauma revealed truths that took me to some faraway places for healing and wisdom. In Bali, South America, New Zealand, Australia, Laos, Hawaii and Malaysia, I soaked it up, took bold actions, and expanded what was possible for me.

Through all of this I learned something profound; the power of resiliency can be taught and even making a 5% change can change the future dramatically.

Now I teach women like you to access the power within you to change your life, celebrate your genius and start over to create any life you dare to dream.