It’s been a while since I have posted and that is partly because I have been busy putting together The Slow Living Retreat. The free book is designed to help you slow down and reconnect back to yourself. It’s launching next week, so there is still time to join in and sign up to get your free copy.
I am often asked about how we manage to live slowly. It seems as though people think there is some sort of mystery to it. However, I believe anyone can benefit from some slow living. As a lifestyle it can conjure up images of retreating to the country and growing your own vegetables, but in reality it doesn’t need to include either of those things. Of course it is possible to live slowly in a busy city. No matter who you are and what your life is currently like, I am sure that by slowing down and becoming aware of those wholehearted moments in your day, you will improve your wellbeing and bring more happiness into your life.
I thought it was time to gather all the information I have learnt during our journey to slow down and simplify things and share it with you all. This is not to say we have it all figured out, as with most things, it’s an ongoing process, and we are learning all the time.
Here’s some of what we are going to look at during The Slow Living Retreat…
- What’s motivating you to slow down?
- Tips on how to slow your home.
- Why breath is fundamental and why it’s important to listen to your body.
- Why we need to recognise self care as a priority, and how to make time for it in your week.
There will be a new email every day next week exploring a different aspect of slow living, including actionable things you can try at home to help you find more slow and wholehearted moments in your days.
I do hope you will join us. You might find it alters your perception of what slow living is, and helps you create more space in your week for the important things in life.
This free e-book is currently not available, however you can receive the free guide Slow living in our Digital Age here.