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On Slow Life
Los Angeles and Bay Area
Slow Life Media Consultant and Writer focus on sustainable travel, food lifestyle and design.
Interests: Communications for landing in nature and being inspired by place, creatures, architecture, people, food, art, adventure and the stories of our lives and the courage to visit and preserve. Tread lightly and leave the footprint of dreams and reality merging into the soul of travel and life well lived. email Wendy Abrams for public relations projects and consulting:
Recent Activity
Homage to Luigi or Louie the dog one of the great loves of my life. Continue reading
Posted Jun 15, 2020 at On Slow Life
A small list of online resources for free meditations, tools, thoughts, guides and a smile or two during COVID isolation and beyond. As we venture out, venture In with help. Continue reading
Posted Apr 21, 2020 at On Slow Life
Slow Like Honey small little getaway homes to hideout in. Continue reading
Posted Oct 23, 2018 at On Slow Life
Spencer Bailey on the need for “slow media” interview from Design Hotels guesting On Slow Life Continue reading
Posted Mar 11, 2018 at On Slow Life
Austin Motel I love the description in the culture section of this historic motel in Austin Texas that was recently acquired by a new owner. The story is an American Dream and a real slow kind of cool. The History of the Austin Motel The history of the Austin Motel and the land on which it stands is not a story of corporate success with multi-million dollar profits, high end stocks, explosive growth into franchises, and financial wizards at the helm. It is nevertheless a success story. It is a success story of ordinary human beings—average everyday folks with normal... Continue reading
Posted Jan 12, 2018 at On Slow Life
Inspiring women over 50 from artists to actresses, pioneers and simply interesting women aging well into inspiration. Continue reading
Posted Dec 27, 2017 at On Slow Life
Homage to the mermaids a little modern blurb and facts and fiction and quotes. #Women Of The Sea Continue reading
Posted Nov 15, 2017 at On Slow Life
Photo montage of Sicily travels with my hats and friends and enjoying the island life. Continue reading
Posted Oct 23, 2017 at On Slow Life
Reminder of the timelessness of being nice and cultivating common courtesy Continue reading
Posted Feb 21, 2017 at On Slow Life
Small promises have big impact on conservation, travel and taking responsibility for your actions in the world to help preserve it. Continue reading
Posted Jan 6, 2017 at On Slow Life
National park style, Foxfire nostalgia, shops that ignite our inner camper with style and fresh eyes Continue reading
Posted Dec 23, 2016 at On Slow Life
We are approaching holiday season and here is a guest post from the talented writer Amanda Kohr on The Joy of Slow Cooking Eating—and preparing—slowly is better for your body and your soul. By Amanda Kohr In our fast-paced world, we’re always racing toward the next thing. This may make us feel productive, but when we live in chaos we sacrifice the blissful benefits of slowing down. This idea isn’t new to yogis. Most yogis carve out a few hours every week to find patience, take things slow, and relish the here and now. The ability to be truly present,... Continue reading
Posted Nov 1, 2016 at On Slow Life
A small sample of wilderness lodges that are incubators of inspiration and wildlife awareness. Continue reading
Posted Sep 29, 2016 at On Slow Life
The Big Five philanthropic travel visionaries and their travel offerings. From Singita in Africa to Ted Turner Expeditions, Taos Ski Valley and Soneva Foundation see who is behind sustainable travel and land conservation in the US and the world. Continue reading
Posted Mar 23, 2016 at On Slow Life
On Slow Life profiles i(x) Investments beyond conscious investing highlighting partners Trevor Neilson and Howard Warren Buffett and their strategies to solve global problems through strategic investing. Continue reading
Posted Mar 7, 2016 at On Slow Life
Jim Olson tells the simple story of how he built his dream house with nature. His instincts chose the perfect place to grow with time as an architect, a human, a part of the world from his magical perspective. See and hear his story and create your own. Nature is a willing ally, we just need a little vision and here's a wonderful approachable example of a dream come true. This is the $500 bunkhouse he built: Click on the video and hear the story of his first year as an architecture student to build a bunkhouse on his grandparent's... Continue reading
Posted Feb 22, 2016 at On Slow Life
New Agency | New Ideas on The New Traveler Wendy Abrams Editor On Slow Life New Traveler | New Ideas Most people don’t want to be labeled or categorized, but let’s face it, there seems to be two kinds of travelers. There is the tourist – the person that arrives in a new destination with the checklist of must-see attractions, and more often than not, stays at franchise hotels with predictable features no matter where they go. The tourist doesn’t get too far off the beaten path without a guidebook or a guide. What’s not to love about the salt... Continue reading
Posted Jan 20, 2016 at On Slow Life
Utah in all of its hidden splendor hatches another power center of creativity and alpine inspiration, Summit Powder Mountain. Think Wisdom 2.0 Meets Alta & Sundance with a little early Aspen and Tech Crunch on the side. The place is starting to make some tracks. Welcome To Summit Powder Mountain A mindshare mountain for the Uber Alpine Communal Capitalist See how inclusive altruism blooms as millennials are launching ski towns and this alpine utopia is a poster child for how dreams become things like ski enlightened ski resorts. Here is what they have to say about themselves: Summit is building... Continue reading
Posted Jan 11, 2016 at On Slow Life
Slow Watches, AC Hotels, Holiday gift idea and slow time, enjoy!! Continue reading
Posted Dec 22, 2015 at On Slow Life
Reads Mash up the slow glow through a few publications that I like. Not exhaustive, just an appetizer and a slow one at that. Kinfolk focuses on the "narratives of our lives" this issue is on the home. The hipster ideal, but an ideal and fun to look at if nothing else see the link below INTERIORS FOR SLOW LIVING In The Kinfolk Home, author Nathan Williams takes readers into 35 homes around the world that reflect the values of slow living: cultivating community, simplifying our lives and reclaiming time for what matters most. Slow Life (inspiration for my little... Continue reading
Posted Oct 25, 2015 at On Slow Life
Slow Life Images, Interior Design, Slow Design, Slow Luxury Continue reading
Posted Oct 7, 2015 at On Slow Life
Rock Your World Need some inspiration to do the deed like scrapping the grass? Taking out the lawn is a very dramatic step in our land of personal paradise (Los Angeles), but the drought can be tolerated with beauty and vision. I have some gardens on display from Ojai, around town, in the desert and in my backyard. Okay so I popped Greece and Provence in there, I can't help myself. Here's a handmade batch of pictures from my iPhone. To help you get the idea! Before My courtyard goes from grassy nowhere to rocky somewhere vacation spot Gardens On... Continue reading
Posted Aug 5, 2015 at On Slow Life