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41. Slow and Easy Living With Emily Padan

June 14, 2022 Stephanie Moram Episode 41
Green Junkie
41. Slow and Easy Living With Emily Padan
Show Notes

When was the last time you stopped in the middle of a busy afternoon, crawled into bed and read a book? Or took your time in the morning to savour your morning tea/coffee, plan out your day and connect with nature? 

Our lifestyles are hectic, and we have often grown up with a mentality that to hustle is to succeed, which isn’t always true. Sometimes the hardest working people we know are the most broke and unhappy people we’ve ever met - because they’re exhausted and constantly sacrificing their free time to work more. 

In today’s episode, I am chatting with the beautiful Emily Padan to discuss this concept of slow living, what that looks like and how we can all slow down to smell the roses. 

You won’t want to miss this episode, where we discuss,

  • What does slow living mean?
  • Small ways to live more slowly
  • The benefits of slow living
  • How to shift priorities that will allow you to slow down
  • Example of a slow living day.

You’ll discover that and so much more in this episode.

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Your green bestie,
xoxo Stephanie

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Produced by: Alecia Harris
Music By: Liz Fohle