Review: Slow Is Beautiful By Cecile Andrews

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Although I try to get “one-time read” books from the library, this is one that I knew I wanted to own and check back in with from time to time. If you are a book shopper, you can get it anywhere, including at Amazon, where The Good Human gets a few cents if you buy it through this link:

Slow is Beautiful: New Visions of Community, Leisure and Joie de Vivre

Sales of items on Amazon helps keep things running around here, so thanks in advance if you buy a book through a link you find on the site. If you are finding yourself falling into the trap of consumerism and a ridiculously high-speed lifestyle that you didn’t mean to sign up for, I really recommend you check out this book.

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  1. This book seems very interesting. I took a course in voluntary simplicity a few summers ago, and I was always shocked at how much happier I actually was with less. Fewer things meant less clutter, fewer clothes meant an easier time picking things out in the morning, and fewer posts on my itinerary meant more time to just be me. I look forward to reading this book and learning more about how slowing down can also help to simplify life.

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