The end of the month is near which means it’s time to wrap up the August Slow Home Experiment and introduce a new one for September.
This month’s screen-free bedroom experiment has been one of the simplest and most effective changes Brooke and Ben have made all year, and in today’s episode they talk about its challenges and benefits, as well as some of the reasons people didn’t or couldn’t join in, alongside possible solutions for the most common of those.
When it comes to the September experiment, Brooke and Ben were inspired by her recent conversation with Jono Fisher, and have decided to commit one random act of kindness every day for the entire month. As Brooke reveals in this conversation – she’s actually pretty nervous about this one!
Her and Ben talk about potential acts of kindness they could try, as well as some of the options that aren’t going to cost money every day.
For links and resources mentioned in today’s episode head over to http://www.slowyourhome.com/98
This is another experiment anyone can join in on, so please feel free to play along, and tag your social media posts with #slowhomeexperiment and share your experiences. Hit us up on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram and let’s get experimenting!
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