Free yourself from the frantic and embrace the joy of slow...
"After reading this book, you'll have an amazing list of ingredients that can help you create a meaningful life, too!" ―The Minimalists Joshua Fields Millburn and Ryan Nicodemus
"Finally, a slow living guide for the imperfect folks . . . Brooke McAlary's exuberant, honest words are a refreshing contribution to the slow living community. If you're seeking a simpler path, start here." ―Erin Loechner, Blogger at DesignforMankind.com and author of Chasing Slow
Are you constantly striving to keep up with life's busy expectations? It's easy to feel consumed with the desire to "succeed" and "acquire", and miss the simple opportunities waiting for you to slow down: a walk in the forest, sharing laughter with family, a personal moment of gratitude...
Once upon a time, it became clear to Brooke McAlary that the key to happiness was discovering a simpler, more fulfilling existence. She put the brakes on her stressful path, and reorganized her life to live outside the status-quo, emphasizing depth, connection and meaningful experiences. Alongside Brooke's affirming personal stories of breaking down and rising up, Slow provides practical advice and fascinating insights into the benefits and challenges of the slow life, such as:
―Decluttering to de-owning
―Messiness to mindfulness
―Asking why, to asking where to now?
Slow is an inspirational guide on creating a life filled with the things that really matter, and is meant for anyone seeking peace, meaning, and joy in their otherwise rapid lives. Slowly―of course.
After being diagnosed with severe post-natal depression in 2011, Brooke McAlary embarked on a one-woman mission to cut out the excess in her life and reconnect with what was really important. She writes the blog Slow Your Home and hosts and produces The Slow Home Podcast.
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