Increase Your Wellness by Living SlowBlog / Produced by The High Calling
Matt Tuckey, who blogs at Carlisle Family, writes about the obvious value of exercise. It prolongs life by expanding lungs, stretching muscles and increasing physical vitality. But it’s only half the battle. We need people to be wholly living.
“The rowing helps my heart beat stronger, but the conversation with someone whose walked more life than I helps my mind grow deeper,” he writes.
But we’ll never be able to have those conversations unless we purposely slow down our lives.
In his blog post, Living Slow, he writes, “While improving our physical health involves increasing our pace of activity, the fog of our mental health is best cleared by living slow,” he writes.
Read his posts Living Slow and Living Well Through Learning Well for more insights into exercise, friendships and better living.