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Taking care of your mind is just as important as taking care of your body when it comes to staying healthy, and MindFi Mindfulness is here to help.
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April 6, 2020
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When it comes to staying healthy and happy, taking care of your mind is just as important as taking care of your body.

The good news is that you don’t need to spend hours meditating every day to beat the stress that’s coming your way. MindFi Mindfulness will help you decompress and boost your focus in any environment, and the cost of a lifetime subscription just dropped from $365 to $39.

Through a series of curated mindfulness exercises that you can practice anywhere, MindFi Mindfulness will help you de-stress, reduce distractions, and even improve your relationships—all within a streamlined and intuitive interface that can be accessed right on your smartphone.

Praised by leading publications like Forbes and Women’s Weekly, MindFi suggests four different mindfulness modes based on your local time of day, and you can take quick breaks during the day in order to practice silent breathing sessions along with short meditations that will help you refocus on what’s important.

You’ll also have access to a Pomodoro timer that will help you increase your productivity, and it’s easy to track your progress so you can stay motivated.

Stay relaxed and focused during these stressful times with help from MindFi Mindfulness. Usually priced at $365, a lifetime subscription to this top-rated stress-reducing app is currently just $39—over 85 percent off for a limited time.

Prices are subject to change.

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