Stop, savor and be (here and now)


Slow life can adopt many faces. Learning to wait and learning to rest have proved to be the biggest challenges for us. Being immersed in the present moment -no, we mean FULLY immersed- and taking time to savor life through the senses much in the same way one savors one bite before taking another. Surrendering to smell, touch, and taste at the same time…they are what connects us with our surroundings. We have learned to do this on busy weekdays and on weekends, in the office and on holiday, when doing paperwork (yes, you read that right) and when kicking off our shoes and uncorking a bottle of organic Cabernet.

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