Hello, and welcome to the Slow Home Summer Series (AKA Winter Warmies!) For all of January we’ll be revisiting some of our favourite episodes from 2018, so we can walk the walk and slow down during the New Year break. Also it turns out podcasts, just like fine wine, really do get better with age. Whether you missed them the first time around, or are having another listen, we hope you enjoy these poggies as much as we did and that they keep you company on the beach (or the slopes!)
This week we’re heading back on the road and featuring my conversation with friend of the show (and friend of mine!) Tsh Oxenreider. This episode was recorded live at Book People in Austin during the Slow book tour, and we were lucky enough to record in front of a lovely audience.
Tsh and I speak about what slow living looks like for us in real life, our thoughts on balance, what we see minimalism and simplicity morphing into in the age of social media and so much more. Plus our lovely audience had a whole heap of excellent questions for us and we have a lot of fun answering those at the end too.
Or you can listen to the show directly, simply by hitting the Play button above. Enjoy!
Things to Check Out After Today’s Episode:
- Episodes 29 + 163 with Tsh
- Tsh’s website
- Tsh’s Instagram
- Episode 151 featuring Annie Raser-Rowland
- 365 Days of Slow – our new year-long, five-minutes-a-day slow living experiment
- A Simple Year registration is open for the final time – don’t miss out!
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