Take a mindful moment
16 August 2017
High school can be a challenging time for our kids. There’s so much change and transition happening physically and emotionally for high school students. They’re dealing with the pressures of exams, homework, puberty, personal issues, bullying and in some cases depression. To help high school teachers on the Smiling Mind journey, we decided to find out how some of the teachers within our community already use our app and programs.
9 August 2017
Primary school teachers are busy. Really busy. So using Smiling Mind in the classroom or embedding a mindful culture at school can be a tough process for some teachers to navigate. We decided to speak to some of the teachers from our community who use our app to find out their top tips and tricks for what works best in a Primary School setting.
7 August 2017
Paul Taylor is the Executive Creative Director at M&C Saatchi in Melbourne.
M&C Saatchi work with the team at Smiling Mind to tell our stories to the world. And we love them for it.
So, naturally, like a lot of workplaces they needed an introduction into exactly what we are all about.
Here’s Paul’s take on introducing mindfulness to his workplace and why Monday’s don’t suck anymore.
10 July 2017
We reached two million app downloads this week, and we’re pretty happy about it!
8 June 2017
As the cooler months of Winter set in, perhaps you need a mindful mindset to get through this season. Our very own Content Manager at Smiling Mind, Lucinda Poole, writes about how she uses mindfulness to avoid the 'winter blues'.
26 May 2017
Maddi Vantarakis, 23, from Melbourne has recently made the transition from university to full time work. We were so excited to hear that she has meditated every day for the last year that we wanted Maddi to share her mindfulness journey with others. Maddi shares with us how her daily practice has helped her for the better.
12 May 2017
We would like to share with you a story from a mother who recently wrote in to Smiling Mind to share with us her experience of using our Mind the Bump app, which was co-created by Smiling Mind and beyondblue. Mind the Bump is a free Mindfulness Meditation App to help individuals and couples support their mental and emotional wellbeing in preparation for having a baby and becoming a new parent. Here is Jo’s story.
18 April 2017
Merran Storrie is one of Smiling Minds Community Ambassadors, she is a mother of two, and is the founder of her business called Enrich & Connect Retreats. Merran is passionate about wanting to help others explore the benefits of mindfulness meditation, so she shared with us her Smiling Mind journey.