Hygge: the Danish concept of taking time to be cozy and close with family and friends. It has caused a worldwide revolution that has a following of thousands of people around the globe.
Denmark has been voted the happiest country for the past 40 years. Wouldn't you love to learn their secret for happiness? This book will help you to be happy every single day!
We will learn about how hygge can help us feel satisfied and happy.
Wouldn't it be wonderful to de-stress, relax and take a break from our busy lives? But how can we do that? Hygge can help us unwind and enjoy the little things in life.
Technology seems to drive families apart even when they are sitting in the same room. How can we use hygge to bring our family together and give us a sense of belonging?
How can we create the perfect atmosphere for relaxing and feeling hygge?
How can we have our cake and eat it too without feeling guiltily or remorseful? This book will teach us about the importance of taking downtime.
Hygge gives our lives more meaning and a feeling of wellbeing. When was the last time you felt genuinely happy? By listening to this book you are on the path to finding true happiness with hygge.
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Noooo, not really.
As a Dane myself I do not find it true.
It starts with the very first page about hygge, "which is pronounced ..........." NO, it's not. The narrator cannot pronounse it properly at all at it was a constant annoyance to me.
The authors name sounds Danish, and the discribtions of how to create "a hygge atmosphere" are not wrong but quite overdone. The discribtions of how supposedly all Danes eat together every evening, how they go for walks in the woods like every weekend etc. A modern society is not like that. It sounds like everything about Denmark is hygge and family life is like a fairy tale.
It would be nice living that way all the time, but that is not realistic at all in a modern Family though we would all like to live that way.
I don't think so.
His pronounsiation of everything Danish. Somebody should have teached him.
A little redicule.
- Anja Schmidt "k11923"