Whether youre loved up or fed up on Valentines Day, this meditation app has the cure

Whether youre loved up or fed up on Valentines Day, this meditation app has the cure  I simply dont have time. How often do you make that statement? If youre like us, then pretty often, so if it was suggested that you take a few moments to meditate each day, youd probably derisively laugh it off as an impossibility. Simple Habit is an app that understands the problem, but knows the benefits of meditation, therefore makes it easy to squeeze it into your daily routine.

Simple Habit contains fast, five-minute mindfulness meditation plans, which can be listened to over headphones at any time, anywhere. The guided sessions are run by experienced meditation teachers, and although five minutes may sound like a short time for meditation we often consider such a practice to involve siting cross-legged on the floor for hours with mindfulness, the benefits come after short sessions.

What are these benefits? The app promises better sleep, more focus, improved memory, and crucially, less stress. Its that final benefit that led Yunha Kim, CEO of Simple Habit, to create the app in the first place. She discovered meditation when stress was at its highest while running her previous startup, Locket, saying learning to meditate changed the way I dealt with stress.
Now, she wants others with busy, nonstop lives to reap the same rewards. Apparently, just one Simple Habit session can help focus attention; but obviously, to really get the best from the app, it requires some dedication. Simple Habit says five minutes a day for two to four weeks will really supercharge the initial effect.

Take the stress out of Valentines Day

Valentines Day, an annual event where restaurants are packed, flower shops are like Best Buy on Black Friday, and many (many) chocolates are handed out with declarations of undying love. Its a busy, and sometimes pretty stressful time. Whether youve got a date lined up or not, the stresses that come along with Valentines Day can quickly be lessened using Simple Habits new meditations.

Six new guided meditations are available to coincide with February 14, including those to help you stay calm before a date, maintain a healthy relationship with your partner, or to mend a broken heart. The sessions are around five minutes, so you wont have to plan too far ahead, but some categories have multiple sessions. Several different members of Simple Habits guidance team run the sessions. These are permanent additions to the Simple Habit library, and can be tried out during the 30 day free trial.

Additionally, if youre without a date this Valentines Day, Simple Habit has teamed up with dating app Coffee Meets Bagel to help change that. If you already use Simple Habit as a premium member, then you can claim 1,000 free beans to spend in Coffee Meets Bagel, worth $20. Follow this link for more details on the offer. Plus, if youre new to Simple Habit and want to try the premium version, and get going with Coffee Meets Bagel, then you can get a three-day premium trial of Simple Habit here, especially for Valentines Day.

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