Happy Denmark Is The Topic That Will Make You Think About Your Society

Meet happy Denmark, the happiest country in the world. Hygge, explores a word he believes is central to Danish happiness.

As Wiking says, “hygge” (pronounced hoo-gah) has no direct translation: It means cosiness, it means intimacy, and it means warmth — but it means many more things than just these points.

Happy Denmark is a topic covered in details by Sharmi.

As Wiking says, “hygge” (pronounced hoo-gah) has no direct translation: It means cosiness, it means intimacy, and it means warmth — but it means many more things than just these points.

Looked at some of the elements which make up a Danish lifestyle, as related to Hygge. For references in the piece, hygge is a noun, hyggeligt is a singular adjective, and hyggelige is a plural adjective.

The idea is that families have time to play and eat together at the end of the day, every day.

About The Book About happy Denmark

What Is Hygge?

Sharmi Albrechtsen has been living in Denmark for more than 15 years now. She has spent the last three years of her life investigating why the Danes are the happiest people in the world.

Albrechtsen writes in her book about a life philosophy based on a special set of unwritten social norms. These two social norms are known as Jante Law is the reason for all the happiness in happy Denmark.

She has found interesting high social consciousness, that kill individual gain and success for the sake of the collective good and contribute to happiness.

maybe difficult to digest, the Laws of Jante explains why Danes lead the world in the happiness rankings. Happy Denmark has an unique mechanism for managing expectations and ‘keeping it real’.

Happy Denmark

Focusing on other attributes in life besides wealth and material gain such as community, family, leisure time, environment and free choices are key trademarks of Danish society and their corresponding happiness.

sharmi albrechtsen - happy denmark

Is it possible for all of us to step off the material stair master which climbs to nowhere? Is It possible to make better and wiser priorities by learning to live like a Dane, without moving to Denmark!?, she asks.

Link to the book >> http://go.magik.ly/ml/8154/

Link to the her website >> http://www.happydanes.com

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