In theme with my posts about slow living methods and practices, I thought I'd share this post of this beautiful and famous 1904 Australian painting we have hanging in one of our cabins, "The Pioneer" by Frederick McCubbin - it seemed rather fitting, don't you think? We previously talked about being present and doing less, but now how about unplugging? 🔕3. Disconnect. Not from each other, but instead from technology, from work, from obligations, e-mails, rings, beeps and buzzes. Get into the moment and let yourself stay there without interruption. Leave your phone at home on a walk and feel into your surroundings. Are you any good at disconnecting? My husband would say I'm pretty bad at it, but I've gotten a lot better than how I used to be...I think the hardest part for me about leaving my phone at home is all the beautiful things I want to photograph in nature that I want to take back to share with you! GUILTY!