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Guest Episode! Like You: Mindfulness for Kids

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Guest Episode! Here at Peace Out, we're all about mindfulness and cooperation. So this week, I wanted to share another mindfulness podcast with you. It's called Like You: Mindfulness for Kids by my friend Noah Glenn. 

On Like You, you'll find mindful breathing exercises, affirmations for kids, amazing music, and a lot of fun talking about feelings. I'm excited to share Like You's "Riding a Wave" episode.

If you want to find out more about Like You, check out their website likeyoupodcast.com which is in our episode notes, or subscribe to them at Apple Podcasts or your favourite podcast app. 

 

Next episode we’ll be back on our ocean adventure! Have you listened to the past episodes this season? Each episode contains a special ocean word. Collect all 10 this season to create a special ocean sentence! Enter the sentence to win PRIZES at our live even in January. More info at our website, PeaceOutPodcast.com.

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