The Decameron by John William Waterhouse, 1916

During medieval times, leading a certain type of lifestyle could bring more balance, energy, joy, and happiness into your life. According to Tacuinum Sanitatis, a medieval handbook on healthy living, enjoying the fruits of nature was a key to a more quality and happier life. How did it look? Check out our gallery.

Sources: Tacuinum Sanitatis, Livre des prouffitz champestres et ruraulx

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