We spend the days of our lives in seconds and all too often the most important commodity of all, time, disappears in a rush without ever seeming to produce much of anything while we feel exhausted and busy all of the time.
Brooke McAlary wants to free you from this trap and that’s the purpose of Slow: Simple Living for a Frantic World.
It’s From The Heart
Brooke found herself diagnosed with post-natal depression and began to ask, what, exactly might make her happy again?
At some point in her search, she realized that what was missing in her life was simplicity.
She took a long hard look at the way she lived and the relationships in her life and decided to reorganize all of it so that it worked for her.
Slow is the outcome of that process.
A way to find happiness that lets you get off the treadmill of always seeking more and instead, accepting that while life may not always be perfect, it is always amazing and that people matter much more than possessions in your life.
You will learn to reconnect with joy and wonder and be more mindful.
A Practical Guide
This is a practical guide, while there is some of Brooke’s story underpinning the content there are simple and easy to follow steps that show you how to make the dream of a happier life a reality. We really enjoyed this and think that you will too.
You can find Slow: Simple Living for a Frantic World by Brooke McAlary at Good Reads.
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