Eight common excuses not to meditate & how to overcome them

Kristina Tipton, The Stir: The scientifically proven benefits of meditation are numerous and include everything from stress and anxiety reduction and improved memory function to increased feelings of well-being. If that means I can find my keys and cell phone easier, then sign me up. But while the benefits make meditation seem like a no-brainer, when it comes to actually practicing, it’s easy to turn to excuses.

Here are some of the most common excuses, and how you can overcome them to start reaping the benefits of meditation.

Excuse 1: Meditation is …

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