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  • n. a person who makes a transition to a less pressured or demanding career or lifestyle


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  • Unless you are the smoothest downshifter in town, using the brake is probably easier on your car and almost certainly more comfortable for your passengers.

    A Hatchback With Some Punch

  • Don't be put off by the quirky cover; author, Tracey Smith, a contented downshifter, aims to take the freaky out of eco, and her book is accessible, practical and positive. New Blogs and RSS Feeds

  • As a downshifter myself I can well understand her desire to have more family time and I wish her well with that. itSMFI are moving quickly to fill Sharon Taylor's vacated position: nominations are being called now - talk to your local Chapter (unless of course you work for a Global Member you can skip that step).

    The IT Skeptic - Comments


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