The one element of a daily mindfulness practice that can be challenging to many is the commitment one must make to time. That's because mindfulness requires you to set aside some time, preferably a consistent time of day, although not necessarily. The commitment to set aside a time is part of what empowers you in the daily practice of mindfulness. When you establish the time you set aside for your daily mindfulness practice it prepares your mind and body to get quiet, calm and attentive. It is this deliberate state of being that engages elements of your daily mindfulness practice that help promote better balance in your everyday life.
Mindfulness as a daily practice is simple, requiring no extra equipment or expenditure of money to benefit your everyday life. However, it must be understood that mindfulness does require commitment of time to receive the best benefits of balance. Mindfulness is a time of quiet, calm and attention to breathing when you create better balance as you forward your path of progress and peace.