Mindful Activities Indoors And Outdoors

When I brainstormed this idea for a blog post I was excited to start writing about different mindful activities you can do indoors and outdoors. Being mindful is an essential part of a slow lifestyle.

I’m sure it’s going to be a long post so I decided to split it into two parts and talk about mindful activities indoors and outdoors separately. I had also started writing it before the series of the second lockdown had started sweeping across the globe. So I made the mistake of starting with activities to enjoy outdoors.

Unfortunately, that’s not possible for me so it’s taking me longer than expected because I had to rethink my strategy and start drafting a post about activities indoors that would help many who feel stuck and anxious.

Essentialism, minimalism & slow life

 

Essentialism is a disciplined, systematic approach for determining where our highest point of contribution lies, then making execution of those things almost effortless.

The last book I bought is Essentialism: the disciplined pursuit of less by Greg McKeown. Basically, it tells the difference between essentialism and non-essentialism and teaches the reader how to pursue essentialism in career and life. Throughout the book, I noticed a lot of connections to a minimalist mindset and for slow lifestyle.