5 Things That Are Better Done Slowly (Video)

I know, I know! You’re a super busy person, and you think you can’t ever slow down your frantic pace.

But going through life like a rushed maniac is bound to catch up with you, and you’re setting yourself up for burnout.

Instead, I challenge you to choose at least one thing every day to consciously do at a slower pace.

Watch this video for 5 ideas to help you slow down.

“Life is short. Break the rules. Forgive quickly. Kiss SLOWLY. Love truly…And never regret ANYTHING that makes you smile.” Mark Twain. Tweet this!

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In the comments below, let me the one thing you will do slowly today.

5 Comments

  1. Shasta on May 4, 2014 at 9:43 pm

    Sage, I love this vid! I can’t wait to dig through all the other content on your site.



  2. xvavaveganx on October 25, 2012 at 4:48 pm

    You are so right, slowing down is so necessary, kind of crucial for me. I love your tips too. Eating is a great one. I heard somewhere that you should chew your drinks (juices and smoothies) and drink your food. Which basically means chewing it til it’s liquid. So true. Great video as always, you look so great! Love the sweater and necklace and your makeup looks so pretty! I feel like I do everything in slow motion lately haha



    • Sage Grayson on October 26, 2012 at 3:18 pm

      Thanks, Sarah! I put on extra makeup for this video. 🙂 I always wear makeup, but it’s usually shades of brown and beige. The sweater is from Old Navy and the necklace is from the Loft (probably my favorite store).



  3. Megan Gann on October 25, 2012 at 6:40 pm

    Slowing down to cook is almost as important as slowing down to eat. I know I sometimes get very keyed up and try to cook, and my meals don’t come out as well as the ones I slow down and take the time to pay attention to.



    • Sage Grayson on October 26, 2012 at 3:15 pm

      Very true…and if you rush through a recipe, you could mess it up. Also, when you make your own meals, you’re slowing down instead of grabbing something gross from the drive thru (and probably healthier too).