Embrace the slow life

4 step action plan

4 weeks of slow-living techniques to deliver genuine results for your health and wellbeing.

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Feel like you’re constantly busy, rushed and as though your brain power – not to mention your stress levels – are taking a hit as a result?

There’s a good chance you’re not imagining it.

Up to 2 out of 3 Australians feel busy most of the time, the multitasking that’s often required affects memory , attention span  and even productivity  – and not in a good way! Plus, feeling constantly pressed for time can also impact other areas of your health, too, including how well you sleep .

Maybe it’s time to take your foot off the accelerator?

This 4-week action plan will help you do exactly that, so you can embrace slow living in a realistic way and enjoy your new lifestyle – less rush, more hush.  


Time to complete

  • 4 weeks

Benefits

  • Stress less
  • Sleep better
  • Eat healthier
  • Improved mood
  • Increased social connectedness

Actions

Take time out

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Take time out

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Part of living more slowly does involve doing less so you can live more. But don’t panic – we’re not suggesting you down tools, up sticks and start living off the grid. This action plan is all about making the slow life work in real life, starting with becoming less busy in a realistic way.

Discover how to take “time out” in a way that matches your lifestyle, this week.

Eat slowly

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Eat slowly

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And by slow, we don’t simply mean the speed at which you eat – although declaring a go-slow at meal-times is certainly key!

We mean choosing food that’s “good, clean and fair” as outlined by the official Slow Food movement .

Find out how to do it, and why it makes such a difference when you do.

Unplug and reconnect

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Unplug and reconnect

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Far from adding something else to your already overloaded to-do list, unplugging from your tech habits and making meaningful connections with those around you instead can genuinely help when your mission is to take some pace off your lifestyle.

Use this week to learn why and how to get started.

Make meditation a habit

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Make meditation a habit

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Let’s be honest, even slow living experts can’t eradicate “busy” from their lives completely. And the good news is, when you know how to meditate, you don’t have to – it can help restore a sense of calm in as little as a few minutes.

In this final week, discover how easy it can be to introduce some meditative moments into your lifestyle – moments that’ll stick for good.