Bien-Etre / Well Being

Dolce far niente: The Art of Enjoying Doing Nothing


  You probably invest a moment in every day making use of the art of dolce far niente, and don’t even know it. This concept could be said to be complementary to procrastination. Despite the fact that dolce far niente and procrastination both mean ‘not doing anything’, the former is totally voluntary and beneficial, unlike procrastination. Today, we want to talk about its importance. This philosophy comes from Italian culture. Italians know well that days are often overloaded with tasks. Therefore, they consider that dedicating time to actions as unproductive as having a drink with friends, watching tv, or simply…

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