The Sweet Art of Doing Nothing

Liz and a slice of Pizza Margherita (tomatoes, mozzarella cheese, fresh basil, and extra-virgin olive oil) at L’Antica Pizzeria da Michele in Naples, Italy (Image courtesy: IMDb).
A cup of gelato and random thoughts: What will I do next year? What is my life’s purpose? (Source: IMDb)

What is dolce far niente for the Italians?

Dolce = sweet, far = do, and niente = nothing (in Italian).

Liz Gilbert practices the art of doing nothing in Eat Pray Love (Source: IMDb)

Snippets of the Italian Lifestyle -

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The Art of Slow Pace and the Italians -

LIFE IS TOO SHORT FOR BAD COFFEE! Sant’Eustachio Il Caffè (since 1938). (Source — Instagram)

Ways to practice Dolce far niente -

GET SET to Declutter Your Mind -

BONUS Picture One — 10 tips on How to be an Italian (Source — Pinterest)
BONUS [UNSEEN] Picture Two — Julia Roberts memorialises her Neapolitan pizza experience with the Masters of L’Antica Pizzeria da Michele, Naples, Italy. (Source — Ixigo)



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