My slower kind of life is one with less activities, less commitments, less social engagements and more spaces for rest, self-care, reflection, connection, and being present.

I write about my discoveries as I tread this path: self-care, parenting, mindfulness, and anything else I notice on the slower path.


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My life evolved this way because I have Juvenile Parkinson’s disease. Managing the ups and downs of this progressively debilitating disease while trying to be the best wife, mother, friend, and daughter is a challenge that I have varying success with. But a slower life is not all bad.