In our busy-is-best society, slowing down can get a bad rap.
While slow movements — everything from food to even cities — are catching on, there’s still an underlying stigma surrounding slow. It’s wasted time, at best, slothful, at worst.
But slowing down is often a refuge ripe for creativity. When we unplug and play, ideas percolate and take shape.
There are many ways to slow down and spark creativity. We spoke with several artists and authors to get their thoughts on developing creativity by decelerating.
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