Ironically, up early thinking about the-opposite-of-hustle:
"Downshifting is a social behavior or trend in which individuals live simpler lives to escape from what critics call the rat race of obsessive materialism and to reduce the “stress, overtime, and psychological expense that may accompany it”. It emphasizes finding an improved balance between leisure and work and focusing life goals on personal fulfilment and building relationships instead of the all-consuming pursuit of economic success."
When we evacuated, we stayed at a lodge on the side of a mountain in western North Carolina. It was at the end of a long steep gravel road. We had to drop the Element into 2nd, then 1st gear, to have enough pull instead of getting stuck spinning our wheels. A car downshifted to a lower gear is not in a hurry, but lemme tell you: it's got the patience and power get to the top of a mountain.