Living an unhurried life is a choice to relish the ordinary moments.
There is power in learning to linger and valuing the ordinary views of life.
Perhaps it is possible to live a slow and quiet existence even as the world attempts to convince us that hustle is essential and busy is prestigious.
I’m hesitant to write, but I think I’m starting to hear again. Is this what it means to “find yourself”?
When we adopted Sam more than 16 years ago I didn’t know it would set me on an adventure to live a small and unhurried existence. I didn’t want to… Read more rituals of an unhurried life →
I was inspired to buy a countdown clock a few months ago from reading Bob Goff’s book, Undistracted: Capture Your Purpose. Rediscover Your Joy. I didn’t know what I was… Read more hello july →
Today I walked for the first time since February 6th. For those who are doing the math, it has been just a few days shy of eleven weeks since I’ve… Read more the elimination of the nonessentials →
Hope has not been my favorite friend over the years. I am apt to wonder if Hope is a liar. There are two mugs in my cupboard that bear the… Read more an apology to hope →
“I figured you’d have a book written by now,” by friend Becca said in regards to my current immobility. I scoffed. “It turns out that movement is a critical part… Read more writing habits →