Slow Living

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Slow Living, Wellbeing

What is Slow Living and How To Embrace It

With the fast pace of modern life, people are looking for ways to step back and slow down. Hustle culture and being busy has been glamourised over the years, but this is arguably harmful and has stopped us from taking life in fully. Slow living doesn’t have to be a complete life overhaul, where you float around in a beautiful…

Self Care, Slow Living, Wellbeing

Learning How To Pause

The reason this blog took a wellbeing turn over the last few years is because I became so passionate about self-care and mindset, but I’m also passionate about having it all; the simple, slow lifestyle, but also an exciting life, great career and so on. That’s where the ‘slow living in the fast lane’ tagline came from. I am a…

Philosophy, Slow Living, Wellbeing

What if life is not a journey?

We are sold this idea that life is a journey and we like to think of it that way. Saying life is a journey feels enlightened, and less like we are racing towards an ideal lifestyle. It feels a bit comfortably hippy. However, is it possible that we are wasting our precious time working towards a destination? The life journey…

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Slow Living, Wellbeing

How to Sense Your Home and Create More Harmony

Now that the darker nights and colder weather are drawing in, it’s the perfect time of year to change up your home and create extra cosiness for all those nights in. Not to mention lockdown is keeping us all at home, so we might as well make the most of staying indoors this season. Living slow and mindfully means fully…

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Slow Living, Wellbeing

What is Slow Living and How Can it Benefit You?

So many people nowadays are busy rushing from one thing to the next. We rush to work, rush to get home, rush to make dinner, rush to get ready or get the children ready, rush in the shower, and even rush our social interactions. No wonder more people than ever are feeling exhausted by their daily lives. It can feel…