I’m reflecting on valuable lessons Norway has taught me about slowing down.
This thing i made for you. This course.
~Is an Offering that's sort of like an interactive online book.
~A beefy inspiration station if you will.
~Or a multimedia portal of seasonal desire. (cause it's about Autumn)
~My spirited interpretation of a heap of different alternative holistic wellness approaches, mulched into a pulp with creativity practices, presented as a "course" packed with tools, resources and personal quips and tips that hopefully help you to feel better.
I jest. Call it what you want.
But this might be my new way of blogging.
I like the idea of calling it "Obscene Macroblogging."
This week i've been thinking a lot about this idea of “letting go” - it's a phrase that´s banded about a lot (i've defo been a culprit in the past!). Sometimes it's implied letting go is a simple and easeful action - a no brainer. But it's a bit of a contradiction i feel. The phrase itself demands awareness and action about a thing, which is ironic considering what the state you're hoping to achieve: non attachment to something, probably.