Second post

Let me confess that I don’t love to read, and I can literally count the number of books I’ve read over the past couple of years on one hand. But there was something compelling about the idea of “chasing slow” that I was immediately drawn in and knew this was something I had to do.

The scary thing for me, is that my deviation from slowness doesn’t happen overnight. The busyness sets in, like a disease, and works its way inch by inch into my schedule, my mind, and my capacity to do things as simple as love.

After reading Chasing Slow, I have a deeper understanding of who I am, and why I have the desire now to prioritize my life in a way I’ve never done before.

Chasing Slow: a Journey Worth Pursuing

Here are five things from the book which have changed the way I view my life. I hope they impact you as much as they have impacted me:

1. Without grace, minimalism is another metric for perfection.

Theodore Roosevelt once said, “comparison is the thief of joy.”

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