Recently, while exercising, I watched the lovely movie “Eat, Pray, Love” based on the book by Elizabeth Gilbert. When the author is in Rome, her Italian friends chide Americans for their addiction to busyness. One of her friend’s comment— “Italians know how to relish the sweetness of doing nothing”.
It struck a chord.
Most of us live “crazy, busy” lives—at work, home, and even in play. For myself, this summer, I’ve had a mountain of chores and projects at home. Those “honey do’s” have eaten up my free time. And those household tasks don't include the everyday stuff—shopping... Read More