The Soviet Union Taught Me To Be Mindful

My interview with Kristi Kivi Frimpong author of mindfuldiary.com

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The Soviet Union Taught Me To Be Mindful

My interview with Kristi Kivi Frimpong author of mindfuldiary.com

From Chaos to Sanity

Recently I spoke with Kristi author of mindfuldiary.com about how she moved from a hectic life to a mindful one. She shared some tips on being a mindful parent, and told us how mindfulness helped her connect to her simple childhood in Estonia.
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Interview questions:

1. How did you become interested in mindfulness?

2. I know you are a parent how do you use mindfulness in parenting and do you teach it to your kids?

3. So you have lived all over the world and have a very international family?

How has integrating so many different cultures effected you and how has mindfulness played a role?

4. How can people transform their lives in a lasting way?

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Kristi Kivi Frimpong

Kristi’s Story

Kristi like alot of us used to live a life that only helped her build shallow walls, instead of a beautiful cathedral she knew she wanted to build.
This busy life met her needs and wants, but starved her soul and She knew something was missing.

She used to want a successful corporate career, expensive things, fabulous friends and a picture perfect family. Working on all those goals was exhausting, and stress knocked her off her feet forcing her to push the restart button and start from zero with mindfulness.

She decided to take responsibility for her own life and face her paralyzing fears. Filled with doubt she started building a new life, focusing on health, mindfulness, family and friends.

Now her mission is to inspire people to achieve their potential and live authentic lives with the help of mindfulness.

Kristi writes about mindfulness and life on mindfuldiary.com. She’s a Mom, runner, lifestyle entrepreneur, and mindfulness junkie. Helping others through mindfulness everywhere she goes.

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One thought on “The Soviet Union Taught Me To Be Mindful

  1. STM – it occurs to me that you could improve your quality of life, and your contributions to society through your blog, if you had an editor for your writing. This was an interesting story, but the many grammatical, semantic, and punctuation errors are very distracting – at least, to me. I know that when you have time, you are far more careful with your written thoughts. This is npt meant to be a criticism, but to reflect to you where your barometric pressure is either dropping or rising – watch out for tropical disturbances that can turn into hurricanes and tornadoes. I care.

    Maura

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