You need to be of sound health to keep your side hustle going (not to mention your main job and life in general). As such, prioritize your well-being and give yourself the care you need and deserve. In this mini-guide, we offer some suggestions on how you can balance self-care with your side hustle.
Do you feel compelled to write about… something? Are you an artist who can write about the motivation and process for a piece of your work? Are you moved by the sights and sounds of nature and want to put a picture into words?
You should. We are all artists. Can Slowist.org help share your voice?
Such a sparsely populated environment as the Mojave desert has clearly been a huge influence on Harold Budd’s style, which contains classical and jazz elements, though probably hews more closely to the modern ambient template (Budd prefers the term ‘soft pedal’).
It is truly fascinating and an incredible privilege to witness the creation of art, to see the work offer itself to the artist, to see how the artist gives the work to the world, and how the work shapes the artist.
Jessica Mallock has entrusted us to view this journey in the development of her ‘Outbreaths’ series.
If you have articles that would suit publication on Slowist.org, or feel a compulsion to write but don’t know where to start, or would like to share artwork with the Slowist.org community, please get in touch.
I dislike being so busy. I was glad I stopped for 5 minutes when my son needed help with his lego advent toy. I missed the train but, you know, got the next one.
Carl Honoré, responsible for bringing the Slow movement to the attention of the masses with his book ‘In Praise of Slow’ back in 2005, describes his initial realisation of the need to ‘slow down’ and reveals the many facets of slow culture.
The brain can only assume its proper behavior when consciousness is doing what it is designed for: not writhing and whirling to get out of present experience, but being effortlessly aware of it.