Constantly striving to keep up with the Joneses isn’t the only way. Brooke McAlary shares her transition to slow living, and how it’s changed her view of success, balance and even the writing process.
I’m so excited to share this episode with Brooke McAlary, author, creator of The Slow Your Home Podcast and writer behind the blog, Slow Your Home. She and her family passed through Minneapolis for the U.S. portion of her Slow: Simple Living For a Frantic World book tour and naturally, I jumped at the chance to get Brooke on the podcast.
Brooke shares how she transitioned from striving to keep up with the Joneses to embracing slow in all aspects of life starting back in 2011. We talk about personal definition of success, the elusive work and life balance, creativity, the writing process and more. You’ll love the gentle wisdom and thoughtful conversation around slow living in this episode.
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