A Monthly Mindful Morning Meetup




Mindful Mornings are free monthly meetings of like-missioned do-gooders working to make this world a better place. They will gather next at 8 a.m., June 9. A keynote address begins at 8:15 a.m. and it’s all over by 9:15 a.m.; perfect for those with busy schedules.

      Participants can learn from others working to overcome similar obstacles or just spend time among people with the instinct to give more than they take, all while appreciating good food, delicious drink and stimulating conversation.

      From yogis to nutritionists, nonprofit leaders and food access advocates, this meetup is meant to create a community of people willing and able to help one another achieve their goals in support of the bigger mission by breaking down the walls that exist between them.

      Founder Becky Crump states, “To me, being a do-gooder means being open, courageous, empathetic and kind. You have to be open to hear and feel where the universe wants and needs you.”

For more information and to register, email Becky@MindfulMornings.org or visit MindfulMornings.org.

 

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