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Sara Bussandri

Business Analyst by trade and London-based freelance writer and blogger. Passionate about well-being, life change, and personal growth.

After a fulfilling 11-year career in Business Analysis, Sara, a London-based mum of 3 boys changed careers to pursue her passion for writing. Slightly addicted to reading and learning, she now works as a freelance writer. When she's not rushing around on the school run or writing, she blogs at www.mindyourmamma.com. This is her space on the internet where she shares advice with other mums on overcoming stress and overwhelm, with a focus on slowing down and living more intentionally and mindfully. These days, she particularly likes to hang out on Instagram (instagram.com/mindyourmamma)

Five Signs You Need To Quit Distracted Living Right Now

Just over a year ago I was the person who made a driver stop the bus, get everyone off, and call an ambulance. I was standing by the front, (not holding on), and when the bus suddenly stopped, I smashed my head on the windscreen.
10/08/2017 13:49 BST

How To Find Time To Meditate

So you've heard about mindfulness meditation and the many ways it can help you in your daily life. You want to get started, but you just can't find the time. You have a million things to do, and if you had any spare time, you'd use it to get through your never-ending to-do list.
27/02/2017 13:09 GMT

Five Easy Ways To Create A New Habit

It's tempting to want to change too many things at once. But that's a recipe for disaster, really. Trying to do too much only sets us up for failure, which is demotivating and makes us give up altogether.
01/02/2017 13:35 GMT

Why Having Less Will Make You Healthier

Space and time are limited resources. Every time you buy or get given something new you have to find a space for it. If your house is full to the brim, in order to find a space for your shiny new thing you have to move something else.
13/01/2017 15:10 GMT

How Mindfulness Can Help You Sleep Better

This meant a few nights not being able to sleep until 3am, 4am or even 5am. And when everyone else is sleeping, and you know the children will still get up early, not being able to fall asleep can be very frustrating.
05/01/2017 13:53 GMT