Are you sick and tired of being sick and tired? Tired of living in the rat race, hoping for more, but not really knowing how to take action? Do you want to explore how you can be healthier, more focused, and enjoy life more?
Slow living is about getting back to our roots, living intentionally, and slowing down enough to be present & really live your purpose.
We help families break free of the modern day rat race to live healthier + more fulfilling lives through slow living. Simply put, we teach various elements of slow living to equip you in living your best life.
Slow Living is a journey and not something that happens overnight. We invite you to join us on this adventure to see the difference it can make in your own life.
It isn't about giving up technology or modern conveniences. It is about choosing quality of life over pace of life. It is choosing purpose over pretense.
Imagine how you and your family could THRIVE by embracing one, a few, or all of these slow living basics.
We believe everything starts with our personal health and wellness. It's hard to enjoy life when you and loved ones are often sick and tired! Learn how to be empowered with health care at home with essential oils and high quality supplements.
Minimizing clutter, reducing toxins, and creating intentional spaces in your home and office can lead to tremendous gains in your health and happiness. It's all about quality over quantity when it comes to possessions!
Creating strong visionary and financial foundations for yourself and your family will help you keep priorities straight. Having a dream for your future, purpose in your everyday routine, and margin in your life makes all the difference.
Slow Living started with the Slow Food movement in Italy in the early 1980s. Imagine how our health and relationships would thrive if we prioritized preparing real food, and spent more time enjoying it together around the table. What if this was part of our regular routine?
We believe there's magic in growing a little of your own food, therapy in gardening, and making things by hand. It could involve spending an hour outside in nature harvesting homegrown tomatoes, to crafting homemade gifts or even building your own piece of furniture.
Technology allows us to connect with many, quickly. Yet we're living in an increasingly disconnected world where screen time often captures more of our attention each day than we'd like. Nothing really compares to authentic relationships built over time in person.
"This day in age, it takes effort to go out of your way to find natural solutions for health and home, and to slow down and really live with intention. Liana and Mike do just this. For example, when we lived closer, we used to share errands of picking up orders from a local farm, and now she's helping us with the gardens in our backyard!"
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