Nick Currie points us to a magazine out of Argentina that showcases a “slow” lifestyle. Called Sede, the publication was born out of the countries terrible financial collapse of 2001. Magazine founder Juan Ignacio Moralejo has used a calm, relaxed, poetic feel with Sede, that highlights the benefits and pleasures of living well with less. An ideal to be considered in light of the current financial crisis.

Moralejo explains the idea behind Sede:

“Having said that, most of my friends and I have an austere ideology, maybe a recurrent longing for nature and a simple lifestyle. Not exactly hippie-ism, but being aware of the advantages of limitations. It’s well known that you get a bit more creative when you have to struggle more.”

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