About the Slow and Happy blog

The Slow and Happy blog is about finding happiness in life by regaining our resources: time, energy, attention, space, and money.

I teach to optimize life by simplifying in many areas. I write about minimalism as a tool to create a slower, happier life with time and space for deep relationships, long walks, caring about the health, doing meaningful work and… doing nothing.

Main categories on the blog are:

minimalism (or simple life)

slow life

motherhood

body

work (or blogging).

My list of life-changing books and courses telling about this lifestyle: click.

I describe the subjects and tell stories from my perspective, so here is who I am:

My name is Ula Archer. I’m a wife to a wonderful Husband, a mom of two very energetic Boys (1- and 3-year old), a home manager, a minimalist, a blogger, an entrepreneur, a former small business owner, nature, books and self-growth lover living in Europe.

 

Simple Living Blogs

Here is a list of my blogging tools.

The page contains affiliate links.

I’m the author of A Little Guide to Slow Blogging: Or How to Find Your Blog and Life Balance.

The Slow Blogging Book

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