De-clutter your mind to give you space to slow down. Part 2: Chunking

Chunking is one of the most powerful tools to de-clutter and slow your life down. Chunking is very simple to understand, it is about levels of detail. Let me give you an example to make it clearer. If we picked something like a car. If we wanted to chunk that up (go to the next [...] Read more »

De-clutter your mind to give you space to slow down. Part 1: Capture.

I am going to start a new mini-thread over the next few posts about how you can start to organise your mind to move from being “Hare-Brained” to “Tortoise-Minded”. (I have just realised, in all the excitement about moving to this new site that I never finished up the series about “How to Be Slow [...] Read more »

Save Your Money, Save the World!

Being slow is not just about appreciating the time we have, it is a philosophy built on reducing waste. Wasted time,  wasted resources, wasted money… Did you know that two thirds of the energy in your house is often wasted. This usually do to leaving electricity devices on that don’t need to be (or on [...] Read more »

What is Slow?

The people at BBC Radio Berkshire are much nicer than Stephen Nolan. They were actually interested in what I had to say and listened. I think I may have gabbled a little bit (I was so excited that they were actually interested!) and probably sound out of breath as seconds before I went on air, [...] Read more »