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Slow down, live mindfully and savour the simple joys of life

Lean how in The Little Book of Slow by Sally Wise and Paul McIntyre

Australia's leading online wine and food travel guide – top features

Best selling cookbook author Sally Wise has teamed up with ABC radio personality Paul McIntyre to produce a book designed to encourage readers to be inspired to live mindfully and meaningfully and find their own ways to slow down in this frantic modern day world. The Little Book of Slow is part cookbook as well as a practical guide to a range of too-often forgotten hobbies and slow pastimes and reminds us that both recipes and pastimes don’t need to be complicated to be fulfilling »

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