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Mar 6, 2024

On this episode, we conclude our Slow & Simple Living Series. Over the most recent weeks, I'e had to apply the very things we have been discussing. Today we are focusing on having an expansive belief system and practicing what we have gained.


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Consider your mindset and how “expansive” you think. Set aside at least 10 minutes to reflect on the following:

Think about your stream of daily thoughts. Would you say your thoughts are more limited than expansive? 

  1. Is there a fear of expecting good experiences? If so, discover the reason or events that have influenced limited thinking then and decided if you would like those thoughts to continue to influence how you think today and going forward?
  2. 4. If you have an expansive belief system, journal the wins you have experienced along the journey. For the next three days, focus on previous wins and how those experiences can positively impact your journey of slow living.
  3. 5. Make a decision to be intentional about practicing living slowly, regardless of contrary thoughts, feelings, or circumstances put into practice of what it’s like to live in rest mode. Read Addicted to Busy (And Not to BE) on It’s a quick article and can be read in about 3 minutes. It speaks about low power mode activities, rest, and more.

Be sure to journal your experience.


LifeClub w/ Tashima Jones is a feel-good podcast, with listeners in over 10 countries across 6 continents, focused on personal development and delivering practical tips & tools on building inner-wealth. 

Tashima Jones is an author & self-care coach for women who desire the ability to practice self-worth in their daily lifestyle. At her lowest moment (after the degree, house, luxury car, and platinum wedding ring), she found her true self and genuine happiness. Tashima has engaged with therapists, creatives, influencers, entrepreneurs, and millionaires as an on-air radio host/producer covering wealth, mindset, and personal development. Her debut book, Being Broke Made Me Rich, received reviews from the co-author of the New York Times best seller, The Millionaire Next Door, who happened to be her professor...


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