Living slower and with intention
I tend to associate sustainable living with slow living.
When I started making more sustainable lifestyle choices, it was a gateway to more intentional living – something that helped me become not only more mindful of my impact – but what I was actually spending my time and money on.
For me, living more sustainably is not only about reducing my waste and remembering my reusables – it’s about living slower, reminding myself of what’s actually important in life, savouring moments and finding happiness in the small things and not stuff.
And when you do slow down, and become more mindful of what you’re purchasing, sustainable living means saving money.
Because you’re living more intentionally, buying less disposable items, buying less in general, and indirectly your health will benefit because you’re eating fresher foods by reducing plastic packaging.
Sustainable living course
This is part of the intro to my new course “How to Live Sustainably in a Way That Fits Your Lifestyle” where I share
- Easy to implement, practical tips and guides to help you start making lifestyle choices that are kinder to the planet
- A tonne of information on ways you can make sustainable swaps in your everyday life without sacrificing the things you love
- The blueprint for a sustainable lifestyle that will save you money and time and serve you for the rest of your life
This course is for anyone who wants to learn how to have an impact through your own small daily actions – all it takes is a few simple swaps and forming some new habits. You can find it here.