While the dictionary defines the Italian concept of “dolce far niente” as “pleasant relaxation in carefree idleness,” its meaning stretches even further: it’s the pleasure of doing nothing. Sound foreign to you? Don’t worry, it did to me too. What do you mean, “do nothing?” We’re busy people. We have things to do, places to be and people to see. How dare those Italians suggest we do nothing? Over the last few years, I’ve started to see the benefits of applying this concept and traveling slower, even if it means missing the sites. Click to read why you should slow travel! … View Post