The Search for Simplicity

The sweet, satisfied sigh that ensues a Sudoku puzzle accomplished. The chubby rolls of a baby’s leg. The quickly abated tragedy put aside with ice cream and a game of catch. The nightly news that speaks of a neighborhood robbery, not the salacious stealing of […]

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In a Hurry?

Have you ever watched the snow fall? It falls at its own pace. Have you ever rushed over a patch of ice? I bet that didn’t end well for you. Winter is here. It is a particular time of Slow. It allows us to take […]

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Are You Fed Up with Frenzy?

If you are fed up with the pace of your life, you’re in luck because there’s a new book out dedicated to hard-working folks like you. Susan Lipman, the brilliant blogger over at Slow Family Online, just penned a book aptly called Fed Up with […]

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Five Ways to Slow Cash ~ Fast

January has motivated me to save. I’m not sure why, but I have this sudden urge to revamp my finances. It got me to thinking about how much money we waste on things we don’t need (one look at my children’s forlorn toy box will […]

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Material Simplicity

Eileen Flanagan caught my attention after she left the most thought-provoking comment the other day on this blog. As the author of The Wisdom to Know the Difference: When to Make A Change‚Äďand When to Let Go, she showed me so much gentleness and clarity. […]

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Live Woman Slowing

I don’t mean to sound dramatic here, but I have converted to a slower, more mindful way of life. Along with that commitment comes a whole host of changes, such as resisting the urge to do two or more things at once, start one project, […]

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It All Comes Down to Time

The sixth in a series of work-life balance stories pushes our minds to the edge by understanding where balance originates and how to apply our relationship with time to achieve it. Lifestyle coach, Suzanne Ballantyne states: “The world may be off kilter; but we don’t […]

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