Take Time

Connect,

Be Mindful,

Be Well

Let us help you!

We want to help in a small way to make your life better. We do so by providing little reminders to help you take care of yourself.   In today’s hectic world there are many demands on your time, and like many of us, you may not feel you have the time to even breathe, better yet take care of yourself. However, we believe that even taking a few moments out of your busy day to pay attention to yourself and your world can be worth it.  In those few moments, we propose you just become aware of your surroundings and connect with your senses.

Stop and Smell the Roses

 Like the adage “stop and smell the roses,” we are suggesting you pause for a mindful moment to connect with the world around you.   Check in with your own breathing; pay attention to what your sense of touch is telling you, what you smell, and what you hear or see right now.  Science has shown that these simple moments of connection can have a positive impact on your ability to focus, pay attention, reduce stress, and improve overall health and well-being.   

Remembering is the First Step

At AttentionFlowers.com we will discuss some of the benefits of mindful awareness as well as connections to our surroundings, nature, and the built environment.  In addition, blog posts and activities will address issues related to memory, memory improvement, and reminders.  Our primary focus is to provide you with the reminders and tools to help you take those mindful moments for yourself.  As leader in mindfulness teachings, Sharon Salzburg, says “Mindfulness isn’t difficult, we just need to remember to do it.” 

Remember with Flowers!

Let us help you remember.  We provide reminders in the way of flower images with contemporary graphics and short messages to be mindful.  Follow us on social media to receive notifications and view our reminders in your feed.  Or, join our mailing list to be included in our upcoming email reminder service, featuring our flower of the day and reminder message.

Mindfulness isn’t difficult. We just need to remember to do it.

– Sharon Salzberg, Mindfulness Author and Instructor