Adding Inconvenience to Your Life

I love the premise of this article. All those little things, so called inconveniences that we have traded in for time-saving gadgets which really don't save us much time at all (especially when they break down...stuff just isn't built to last anymore). Taking a bit more time to use the stairs, walk a little further or peel your vegetables, can be life transforming. Not only is it the most efficient and cheapest way to incorporate movement and exercise into our lives, it creates more space between all the thinking and doing, more opportunity to appreciate what we have and to understand what is truly important to us.

Adding Inconvenience to Your Life

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