Changing your lifestyle means getting the life you really want. Energy, variety, taste in the kitchen. Experiment, change, be active tools of your own change. Take control of the situation. It means saving time thanks to the organization; search for taste and quality; get more energy; be satisfied; become the engine of one’s family; it means not to suffer, not to be satisfied, not to condemn oneself and not even to self-absolve. It means being active, satisfied and critical architects of one’s life. It means becoming elastic and less rigid, and gaining serenity and lightness.
“Take life lightly. What lightness is not superficiality, but gliding over things from above, not having boulders on the heart. […] For me, lightness is associated with precision and determination, not with vagueness and abandonment to chance. Paul Valéry said: Il faut etre léger comme l’oiseau, et non comme la plume [editor’s note You must be as light as a bird that flies, and not as a feather]. ITALO CALVINO, American Lessons, 1988