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Savor the Moment

If you want to live with more wonder and joy, to make time feel like it’s slowing down instead of rushing by, you need to be able to fully savor the enjoyable experiences in life.

And, as E.B. White wrote, “if we forget to savor the world, what possible reason do we have for saving it?”

Savoring is a SKILL, and it’s one that many of us are not great at in modern society. But we can all practice. Psychologist Dr. Devon Price writes about four mental habits that can help us savor happiness and “amplify feelings of joy.”

In this free workshop, we practiced using these habits to help us savor nature experiences from our past, present, and future. Follow along with the recording to have time for writing and reflection. At the end, we shared what we wrote to celebrate our joy together as a community.

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