There always seems to be so much to do and not enough time to do it. Time has become one of life’s modern luxuries and interestingly, it seems more and more people are struggling with anxiety.
While there are many reasons and factors that go into the development of anxiety, moving through life at warp speed without stopping to assess how you feel can’t be helping matters.
It’s perhaps unsurprising then, that the ‘slow living’ movement is gaining popularity. As well as having a very specific aesthetic (think rustic wooden tables, cups of tea, blankets and countryside cottages) the movement is all about being more mindful and intentional with our lives.
Instead of rushing towards a destination, slow living encourages us to focus on the journey.
So, how can...