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Moments of meditation

ALEXX STUART is a passionate educator in the space she calls “living a low-tox life”. Through her speaking, workshops, e-courses and online community, she helps people make the best new choices for themselves, their family and the planet. W: lowtoxlife.com

For many of us, meditation takes a back step as soon as things get busy. In the absence of wanting or being able to dedicate 20 minutes once or twice a day to meditation practice, I’ve found over time that there are many things I like to do that can form my daily meditations. Once I realised I could write my own rules and

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