Three Unexpected Ways Slow Living Can Make Your Life Better

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When I began this slow living experiment I quite honestly didn’t really know what I was doing. That’s why it’s called an experiment, right? So along the way I discovered a few unexpected benefits to living in the slow lane. These three benefits kind of shocked me a bit as I wouldn’t have attributed them to slow living until I saw that when I wasn’t practicing slow living they didn’t…

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Go on this slow living experiment with me. Slow down, enjoy your life and your experiences and see if how you feel doesn’t improve.

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Regina Paul

Regina Paul

Author, writer, artist. I write about publishing, making money online, creativity, happiness, and spirituality. Twitter @reginapaul E-mail regina@reginapaul.com

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