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Hygge

The Happy Danish Art of Life
Narrated by: Thomas Cassidy
Length: 1 hr and 3 mins
Categories: Self Development, How-To
3.5 out of 5 stars (3 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

The cozy lifestyle of the Danish has inspired many.

Hygge is the philosophy and lifestyle of coziness that can only be achieved through certain designs and interiors that motivate to gain peace of mind despite harsh winters and heavy rains. We can learn from the Danish and the relaxed attitude they create with their outlook on life.

In this audiobook, you will learn about topics such: 

  • How to embrace the Hygge culture and way of decorating your home
  • Items to include in your cozy rooms
  • The background, underlying reasons, and history of Hygge
  • Danish culture and all the facets that contribute to the Hygge lifestyle
  • Tips and tricks to enjoy the aesthetic comfort of your home
  • And much more!
     

Curious yet? Then don’t wait and start listening!

©2018 Victor Frandsen (P)2018 Victor Frandsen

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Fabulous book.....

The content of the book is very repetitive. Within the first chapter I know fireplaces, candles, hot beverages are a major part of Hygge. But I still had to lisaten about it through each successive chapter.

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Interesting until...

The author’s political agenda shines through, sadly. Politics in one chapter and a whole chapter of crap listed to buy. Telling about how Hyyge isn’t something you can buy and then listing stuff to buy to experience hyyge. Lame. Hypocritical. I was enjoying this until the last couple of chapters. I kind of feel tricked, and like I wasted my money.