Brooke McAlery - Slow Living

In this episode Brooke McAlery from Slow Your Home talks about Slow Living, sharing insights into how you can slow down your life in this crazy busy world of ours and the benefits slow living can have on all aspects of your life and business.

Brooke McAlery

Brooke McAlary is the founder of independent podcast network, Jackrabbit.FM, and host of the iTunes #1 Health show, The Slow Home Podcast. She has been connecting with people online since 2011 when she launched her blog, Slow Your Home. Since then she has written an Amazon best-selling ebook, connected with more than 2 million people on her website, and had The Slow Home Podcast named by iTunes as one of the top shows of 2015.
As an advocate for slow living, Brooke is also a fan of the best things in life – naps, travel, a good book and a great shiraz. She lives with her family in the Blue Mountains, just outside Sydney, loves snowboarding, and suffers from a severe case of wanderlust.

You can follow Brook McAlery on FacebookTwitter or Instagram.

Slow Living

In this episode we explore

  • What advocates of the slow living movement do that is different from those people living crazy busy lives.
  • Some of the simple changes you can make to your life so that you can start living a slower and more fulfilled life.
  • How slow living can have a positive impact on your business.
  • How slow living can bring more joy to your life.
  • How slow living can give you more clarity in life.
  • How slow living can help you live a more clutter-free life.
  • How slow living can help make you more grateful for what you have in life.
  • How slow living can help improve your health and wellbeing.
  • How slow living can help your be more present in life.
  • How slow living can help enhance relationships.
  • How slow living can help increase your generosity.
  • How slow living can bring more joy to your life.
  • What to do if you once you have adopted a slow living approach to life and you start to relapse to your old ways.

Resources discussed in the show

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