We are in a constant rush nowadays. We want to get more done, we want to waste less time, we want to be more efficient, we want to read more, we want to relax more, we want to exercise more, we want to be more productive – we want to be faster.
But what if we slowed down instead? Wouldn’t we be able to focus on what matters more to us? Wouldn’t we be more present? Wouldn’t we actually be happier?
Slowing down doesn’t mean you shouldn’t do anything, it just means you should experience MORE of the things you do.
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Time is almost always an issue of quality, not quantity. So decide on what matters, and then get it done.
Stop filling guilty that you’re not doing more. Be in the moment. Practice being satisfied with it.
Until Next Week
It seems like everyone is trying to move as fast as possible. Try slowing down instead. It will do you good.