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The world moves at a faster pace than ever.
But to many of us, it looks like we’re going nowhere fast.
Fast is surrendering our privacy for instant access to memes.
Fast is downing a double espresso while rushing to work.
Fast has us watching five seasons of a show on Netflix in one gulp.
Fast has made the week speed by because we were too busy
to stop and look around.
Fast isn’t forward.
We’re from the slow country.
We have a different pace of life.
And it makes life look pretty good.
Slow is smart. Slow is a skill. Slow is progress.
So if you’re in a hurry, drink wine slowly.
Drink life slowly.
There are many ways to move forward. This is ours.
We know we are not alone. And that is why we have created a platform to give people and projects a voice. Slow down is the key to thrive. A home to ideas, people and global projects.
Follow these stories in www.slowforward.pt
With the aim of promoting the debate in our society on the need to slow down, Esporão challenged Universidade Católica Portuguesa to develop a study on the slow lifestyle in Portugal.
The main conclusion indicates that those who slow down tend to be happier.