Mindfulness is the practice of being aware to what’s happening in the present moment. The present moment is the only one we have as the past is over and the future has not come. Nonetheless, most people spend their time on “autopilot,” and/or thinking about the past or anticipating the future. To really be alive is to be in the present moment. Practicing mindfulness impacts personal well-being, the future, relationships, and work, among others. Over the years there has been increasing amounts of research indicating that mindfulness practices help to decrease anxiety, depression, stress, and sleep difficulty. It leads to increased attention, focus, concentration, happiness, and well-being. There are many different strategies and ways to practice mindfulness such as walking, exercising, eating, breathing, and listening to music. Mindfulness practices may be used exclusively or as part of a treatment.