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a Reimagining of the Good Life

We’re reverse engineering work, rest, play, and money for less striving and more ease.



We invite you to embrace the unlearning, the initial discomfort of doing less, and explore the idea that leisure is what fuels health, happiness, and accomplishment.

A Whole Year
of Lovely

Somewhere along the way our society decided that being busy was a status symbol. Fast is addictive and the illusion of busy fools even the most well-lived among us. Yet slow helps us think more clearly, consume more wisely, succeed more easily, connect more deeply, and experience more causeless joy. It's about having the luxury to take the time when we want to, and the ability to be present and at ease - wherever we are. 

Five Prompts for a Lovelier and Less Hurried Life

Leisure doesn’t mean we turn away from hard work and achievement.

We simply challenge the idea of work as “good” and leisure as “bad” or “unproductive ” through inquisition, research, and stimulating dialogue.



Most of us spend our lives chasing after unsustainable definitions of success. We never stop striving, pushing, achieving - or even pause long enough to question the impact of living and working at this pace. 

So we developed a life recalibration guide, intended to lead you away from hustle and productivity, and instead toward rest, leisure, optimism, and working to live—instead of the other way around. 

Tangible guidance to support the accomplished woman.


1:1 Coaching

A high-level, personalized coaching program for goal-oriented women from all walks of life. You’ll be personally led through our signature framework as you define success by the terms that align with you as an individual, and ground each day in rest, calm, optimism, and leisure. 

Choose between 1, 3, or 6 months.

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Flagship Course

Coming late 2021, consider this a sabbatical-in-place. We’ll teach you how to take out what’s weighing you down and only add back what gives you life. You’ll also learn how to break down annual goals into daily practices that, once completed, allow you to engage in leisure time—guilt-free.


Sharing our signature approach.



“Those who decide to use leisure as a means of mental development, who love good music, good books, good pictures, good plays, good company, good conversation - what are they? They are the happiest people in the world.”


The Essentials


Explore a curated list of our favorite guides, tools, and brand partners for a well-considered life.