The International Institute of Not Doing Much is a place of learning and relaxation. Our history department delves into the slow past. Our medical team conducts research into rushaholism and grumpiness. Our philosophers, many of whom have magnificent beards, concern themselves with Slowosophy, the philosophy of slow.
The Institute has a residential program for those following the Slow Way, and recuperative wing for people suffering from gettingthingsdoneitis.
Residential programs provide sumptuous surroundings in which to fully relax.
A note to new members: You may use the ritual hammock in the East Wing each afternoon, with the exception of Thursdays, when Mrs. Plessey comes in from the village to clean the regalia.