Slowing down, slow living, living deeply and leftovers

Slowing down, slow living, living deeply and leftovers

As I’ve been working on my Slow Down resolutions for March I’ve been reading a lot about slow living. Interestingly slow living doesn’t have to mean going slower with everything. But then neither, now I think about it, does slowing down. Mark Sisson puts it well on his blog Mark’s Daily Apple when he says […]

Theatremaker burnout and slowing down in the arts

Theatremaker burnout and slowing down in the arts

I mentioned in a previous post that I identify as a multipotentialite. What this means (in a very simplified nutshell) is I have very wide-ranging interests and creative pursuits, and am often actively pursuing a number of these at the same time. One of my areas is the arts, specifically theatre. I’ve been running my […]

How I economise my time and why I want to stop

How I economise my time and why I want to stop

Back in December, before I started my Happiness Project, I decided I wanted to try and include ‘follow your gut’ time in my days. This is still a work in progress, perhaps it’s because it’s a pretty vague resolution. But I also suspect it might have something to do with how I economise my time […]

Multi-tasking, messy brains and multipotentialites

Multi-tasking, messy brains and multipotentialites

One of my resolutions for March’s ‘Slow Down’ Happiness Project theme is no multi-tasking. On the surface it seems quite a simple resolution to keep. How hard can it be to not do two things at once? Turns out it’s harder than I thought. When I come to filling out my resolution chart at the […]