plan your day
Slow Living

10 Tips To Plan Your Day Efficiently

Let’s be honest; you must plan your day! But planning with efficiency is even better. Here are few things that will help you go through your daily schedule smoothly while being more productive. To begin with, here are some reminders to manage well throughout your day: 1- Do not overschedule This point is the most obvious […]

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self-care
Slow Living

A Beginners Guide For Self-Care

Whether we are travelling or not, self-care and comfort times are crucial for anyone, anywhere, whatever the means. The speed of modern life We run from one appointment to the other, we have a job that we love or not, and we have obligations. Our schedules are overly busy. This “exciting” life that we are […]

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Great Lake
Postcards | Voyages

Postcard from The Great Lake In Winter

Maybe you’ve noticed that it’s the second post this week. It’s part of the changes I’m making on the blog this year. I will keep posting my “Postcard” series started this summer during our road trip, as apparently, you seem to enjoy them. But I will also go back to posting one blog post a […]

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Slow Living

7 Reasons Why I Chose Minimalism

I chose minimalism years ago, long before I even knew there was a name for it. But it was a very slow approach at first. Then I read a book, adventures in life often begin with a book! This book taught me that it was possible to simplify to a minimum, our minimum, everything we […]

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Transportation problems
Slow Travelling

How To Handle Transportation Problems With Airlines

This winter has seen even more transportation problems than before, and so many complaints going with them. In fact, I can notice that having some difficulties at one point during your trip, is becoming a norm. I try to instil a will for travelling when I’m writing; I’m most certainly concerned about these increasing difficulties. […]

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The Canadian
Postcards | Voyages

Postcard From The Canadian Railway

Today I want to tell you a lovely winter tale. This one is precious because it exists and we lived it during these holidays! When we set foot on the Canadian soil this summer, the first thing we did was to book some tickets for the famous Trans-Canada railway trip. The line runs between Toronto and […]

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