Everyday Mindfulness and Activities for Mental Wellbeing
By Gayani Weerasinghe
Gayani R. Weerasinghe, Esq.,
M.A. is a transactional attorney practicing intellectual property and business/corporate law, including working with entrepreneurs and start-ups on their patents, trademarks, copyrights, protection of trade secrets, and compliance training of employees. Before coming to law, she spent 13 years doing biomedical research, including co-authoring a dozen publications of original research in peer-reviewed scientific journals. She is also a mindfulness and personal development coach, assisting businesses and other professionals in navigating their goals and objectives and setting new ones. For more information, please visit, www.feel-mindfulabundance.com or her LinkedIn profile at, https://www.linkedin.com/in/gayani-r-weerasinghe-esq-222bab7.
As a busy professional, the last thing we want to hear is to add another thing to our growing "to-do-list." When you hear someone talk about the benefits of mindfulness, you may think, "I simply don’t have the time." Maybe you envision one day when you are retired, having the luxury of practicing mindfulness or taking up yoga or meditating while sitting on a beach somewhere remote.