Mindfulness Quote Jar For Everyday Positive Thinking & Stress Reduction Launched

Smiles by Julie has launched a new mindfulness jar for customers wanting to show appreciation for friends, family and loved ones. It is packed with 31 quotes to help practice mindfulness throughout the day.

London, United Kingdom - June 13, 2018 /PressCable/ —

A new mindfulness jar has been launched by Smiles by Julie, making an ideal gift for friends, family and loved ones looking to start their day with a smile. The jar provides a month’s worth of happy life quotations in a premium Italian Orcio glass jar, and can help people to reflect on their thoughts.

More information can be found at: https://smilesbyjulie.com

The mindfulness jar makes a thoughtful and personal gift, and reminders the customer to take notice of their thoughts, feelings, body sensations, and the world around them.

By providing one quote per day, it can lead to the customer enjoying a month of mindfulness that can improve their mindset, boost their self confidence, and lead to a more peaceful state of mind throughout the day.

For friends, family and loved ones who might be in need of a little boost, the mindfulness jar makes an ideal present to show how much their friendship is valued. The jar comes filled with thoughtful and motivational quotations which can be picked at random each day of the month.

Smiles by Julie is known for its high quality inspirational jar gifts, which provide love, laughter, and joy. Themes include Love and Friendship, Success and Inspiration, Positive Thinking and Sisters.

Along with these specialty themed jars, customers can also find Mum themed jars, new parent themed jars, jars with bible verses, senior moments, health and fitness themes, and family and home.

Mindfulness practice has a number of benefits, including reducing rumination, and reducing stress levels throughout the day. In addition to this, studies have shown that mindfulness practice can improve working memory, lead to greater levels of focus, and reduce emotional reactivity.

Each gift jar is an inexpensive and easy way to show loved ones, friends and family that they’re being thought of. Full details can be found on the URL above, or through checking out the product listing on Amazon.

Contact Info:
Name: Simon Dobinson
Email: contact@smilesbyjulie.co.uk
Organization: Smiles by Julie (Brand) comes under Astoria Products Ltd
Address: 71-75 Shelton Street Covent Garden, London, England WC2H 9JQ, United Kingdom

For more information, please visit https://www.smilesbyjulie.com/

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 359800

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