Tea leaves floating to the top of your mug; the steam rising on a chilly morning.
The way a spoon drags through a perfectly thick, perfectly hearty soup.
Slowing down enough to enjoy every bite and notice the beauty.
When we search for what healthy living and eating entail, so many of us can forget the art of savoring. We often forget the art of the way we do things and are too concerned with the what.
The gluten free, the labels, the structure. This is healthy and that is not.
But how do you savor and do you remember the how is as much a part of the nourishment as the physical aspect of the food. The joy, the people who accompany you, the lengthening of the moment.
This is goodness.
To make the moments that are a necessity; to elevate them. Creating + crafting your meals, a tea with a friend. Noticing the beauty in the simple, breathtaking details. Creating these moments to fill your heart and not solely your belly.
Put some sugar in your tea and let it be a treat. Eat the bread and butter and notice every. delicious. bite. And if it doesn’t vibe with your body, you will learn. Because you slowed down enough to notice. When we pay attention to the details and experience the art of savoring … we rarely shovel, overeat, or emotionally fill.
We notice. We learn. We enjoy.
We create art that is our lives.