Hi there everyone,
I’ll admit I’ve been somewhat neglecting the blog since a few weeks ago when I wrote about getting weird. I’ve been struggling a bit with an article I’m writing on how we can all slow our lives down. It seems the more reading and writing I do on the subject matter, the more complex it becomes.
Here’s the basic premise:
Several years ago I was in a dark place in my life. I felt as though life was just passing me by. I longed for a way out. I searched for a way that I could slow things down for myself and smell the roses.
What I realized was, I didn’t have anyone to blame but myself for letting life pass me by. I figured out that there were things I could be doing to get more experience out of life. There were ways to switch up the norm, break up the routine, and maximize and intensify memory.
I’ll have the article out later this week that goes much more in-depth why life can seem like it’s moving by at terrible speed and how we can slow it all down all get the most out of the time that we have spend here on planet earth. But in the meantime, here’s one of my favorite moments from Charlie Chaplain’s illustrious career.