Dear ones, I apologize for not posting as much as I usually do over the holidays. I took some time off social media to turn my focus inward - homeward - to celebrate (and overeat) with all my beloved ones. With a full heart and belly, I just wanted to wish you all a wonderful, blessed and yes, HAPPY new year. As I turn my heart outward again, I am honored and privileged to begin the new year with this great man and every single one of you
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There is an Italian phrase, “il dolce di far niente" which means “the sweetness of doing nothing”. It is an attitude. It is a mindset. It is the opportunity to live freely and enjoy the simple things life has to offer, whether it is a beautiful sunset, a child's laugh or a long nap outside on a warm summer afternoon. Italians live this phrase. It is ingrained in their very nature. To them, time is not something that can be spent, wasted or passed. Every moment holds the possibility of goodness, sweetness and pleasure. Not because of how much we squeeze into it, but because of the beauty that fills life itself. Goodness, blessings and pleasure are in every moment, we just need to pause long enough to notice.