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Danes have year after year been nominated as one of the happiest people in the world – on this blog you can learn how to become happy as a Dane!

It is created out of a love and longing for my home country Denmark. I am a Danish anthropologist and writer and I live in USA with my Danish-American husband and our two small children.

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After having travelled a lot and lived abroad I can finally understand why Danes are among the happiest people in the world. There is a special sense of beauty and design, people have easy access to nature and maybe most important of all – Danes love to have a good time together with friends and family.

With this blog I wish to bring Denmark to anyone who wants to “go there” – it will be a virtual Denmark as I love it. I want to help you, as well as me, find Danish inspiration even when not in Denmark and to become happy as a Dane.

Here, you will get easy Danish food recipes, home design, fashion, modern crafts and ideas to bring elements of Danish culture and life style to your life.

If Danes are among the happiest people in the world why not export the best of their culture to the world?

First, there is that unique Danish term “hygge” – roughly translated as “coziness”. So lets “hygge” and have a cup of coffee together while we learn about Danish happiness…

 

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Kahler cup and Kahler lighthouse

 

 

 

1 Comment

  1. Wow! What a great idea, I can’t wait to hear and read more. I’m Danish-American and know there is more to DK than what we’ve been hearing on the news this past year. Can’t wait hear your “synspunkt”. 🙂

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