60 Seconds

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I bet you skipped through most of that, because it felt too long right? Counting all of those numbers and interjecting a ‘Mississippi’ after each one is one whole minute. Sometimes we’re in such a rush that we forget that if we literally take one minute, we’ll realise we have more time than we think. Changing our perception of time can help us catch our breath, gather our thoughts and centre us slightly.

Taking deep breaths for several of these lengthy minutes can be a simple way to relax ourselves and let our worries go.

Clearing our heads and practicing mindfulness can help with our anxiety for perhaps even five of these.

Perhaps an increased amount of around ten of these lengthy minutes can help form a plan for a task that may feel mammoth in size.

Other tasks that take circa one minute or several may include; making our bed, sending that email, taking those vitamins, or attempt 20 push-ups.

Whilst we can’t clone ourselves so that we can be in multiple places at once and haven’t quite mastered the art of time travel, we can control our perception of time and remind ourselves that every minute has more time in it than we realise. Time that we can do so much more with if we use it wisely and remind ourselves of. Every. Single. Second.

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