Delight is Right in Your Hands with Annie Raser-Rowland – SASM 120

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You're about to Learn ...

  • What noise, light, and other pervasive pollution might be doing to you.
  • What a well-cultivated mental landscape can look like.
  • How a frugal lifestyle can be the highest form of luxury.
  • How to play games with your senses so they delight in the everyday.
  • How Annie easily supports herself on 1/4 the average Australian income.
  • How to own your pleasure-seeking urges without paying for it.
  • Why Annie is forced to be a good human (the horror!).
  • The joys of going barefoot.

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Timestamps and Topics

  • [03:37] Annie’s seeds of awesomeness
  • [08:31] Stories of some of Annie’s biggest adventures
  • [13:35] Different types of pollution and how they impact different people
  • [17:51] How Annie supplements her long hikes with foraged food
  • [26:27] How to slow down enough to enjoy life’s everyday moments
  • [34:26] How fun and fulfillment don’t change across cultures and eras
  • [38:48] Where Annie gets a consistent sense of belonging
  • [44:08] The big question that Annie’s asking herself and others
  • [52:02] A super simple thing that helps you buy less and experience more

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