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Mini-series: June 2013 Archives

Taking Back Time Pt 4: pleasure

the-slow-fix.jpgSlowin' down and feelin' groovy... That's what we're going to talk about today, in the fourth (and final) part of our series Taking Back Time. The CBC's Elizabeth Robertson has been speaking to Carl Honoré. He's an author, journalist, and the guy who put the Slow Movement on the map.

Over the last few weeks, we've heard what he has to say about slowing down at work and with our families, as well as how to take a slow approach to our health.
(If you missed those conversations, you can find them on our webpage by the way.)

Today, Elizabeth and Sonali Karnick talk about slowing down and... pleasure.

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Taking Back Time 3: Health

the-slow-fix.jpgPatience and relaxation are essential for good health, according to the unofficial ambassador of the Slow Movement, Carl Honoré.  He is a Canadian journalist and the author of a series of books on the Slow Movement including The Slow Fix

In part three of our series, Taking Back Time, the CBC's Elizabeth Robertson has been speaking to Carl Honoré about taking the slow approach to our health.

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Taking Back Time 2: families

the-slow-fix.jpgIt's a feeling most of us struggle with -- the sense that there just aren't enough hours in the day. For the next few weeks on All in a Weekend, we're looking at a radical way to deal with that feeling; slowing down.

The CBC's Elizabeth Robertson has been speaking to Carl Honoré. He's a Canadian author, journalist, and unofficial ambassador of the Slow Movement.

Last week, we heard his ideas about taking a Slow approach to work.This week, Elizabeth is here to talk about his views on slowing down parenting.

 

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