Event Planning Stress? Get Some Headspace

When it comes to planning your blowout event – whether it’s a wedding, bar mitzvah, or corporate celebration, it’s all about the details: from guest list to seating charts to finding the perfect party favors. Even for the most experienced planners, the days leading up to the big day can be a bit…overwhelming. In fact, Event Coordinator is listed in the top 5 most stressful jobs of 2014, according to the Huffington Post. So how can you avoid unleashing your inner Bridezilla when you mother-in-law to be calls for the third time in a row requesting a seating change for Aunt Marge?

Try using Headspace, a young company from the UK, trying to bring mindfulness and meditation into your daily life. Armed with adorable animations (see below) and soothing guided meditations, they’re making it easy for users to unplug and relax every day. According to the site:

There are a whole heap of reasons why learning how to meditate should go on your to-do list (somewhere near the top, we reckon). The benefits can impact so many areas of our physical and mental wellbeing – from calm and clarity to health, habits and even our relationships… the list is endless.

Our team has already begun to feel the benefits from their free Take 10 trial program. It only requires a 10 minute a day commitment, making it easy for even the most overbooked planner to get in their daily dose of Om.

Don’t let event planning stress get the better of you. Ten days before the big bash, add the app and countdown the days until your celebration. Not interested in the high tech approach? Fragrant Heart offers audio meditations for free online, while Weddings Know-how shares a great approach to meditation that involves chocolate. After all, your guests are there for YOU, and want to see you at your cool & collected best. It’s your party, don’t cry if you don’t want to!

Video & Images: http://www.getsomeheadspace.com/

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