More than half of Minnesota’s mental health professionals report seeing anxiety, depression and chronic psychological…
Slow living hobbies, from sewing to gardening, come with real intention. “The slow living lifestyle fits well with hobbies that incorporate an element of mindfulness — creative hobbies such as arts, crafts, designing, baking or music all fit this category well,” explains Eloise Skinner, an author and psychotherapist.
“The attention to detail required for these hobbies requires us to bring our focus into the present moment. We can then find ourselves fully immersed in the task, enjoying the process – instead of rushing to complete it.”
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