Slow Morning: How To Find The Best Routine

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Our morning routine defines the rest of our day. If you wake up feeling tired, you will most likely dread the day ahead, feel sleepy and grumpy. Even worse, if you have just enough time to jump in your clothes and rush through the door without a moment of thought. All this talk about the importance of breakfast has no room here.
I recognise myself there a little. Well, it used to be hectic in the dark time of the year when we wake up with dark, drag ourselves from bed, and prepare for the day bleary-eyed. I’m guilty for not having a proper morning routine during Fall/Winter, because sleep is essential for myself, and others, who suffer from SAD (seasonal affective disorder). However, I think that general satisfaction of life can affect how I feel waking up every day, and I will start to enjoy my mornings despite the season.

Zero Waste, Minimalism, Slow Life: Book Recommendations

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I am an avid reader, and I love to educate myself on the most interesting topics through books. So when I look to improve myself or my lifestyle, I will search for books, that have valuable information. Nowadays, you can find topics about everything you want.
Over a few years, I read different books that I think lead one to another, and finally, I am here. It’s interesting to observe the way mind changes, what subjects become interesting, how that changes whole personality and lifestyle.

Slow Travel In Salzburg

Ok, there it is. I love Salzburg, it´s the home city of my soul. By which I mean I felt there like home from the first time, and I have visited it 4 times by now. Many had questioned this, but explaining how comfortable I feel there just walking, not feeling like I am more than a thousand kilometres away from home, is not easy unless the person knows how ‘home’ some places feel.  During my last visit I took it easy, avoiding tourist masses, and wandering the quiet places. I decided to travel slow, so that I could forget stresses of my job. Most of the places I visited include a good hike, but climbing is rewarding, while views from the top are worth it tenfold. These are the places I want to share in this post. Maybe it will inspire your slow travel in Salzburg.