Living life like the Danish - 4 ways to be happier
Spending quality time with the people we love is one of the easiest routes to happiness.
Danes are really good at making time for friends and family, with regular meals or time scheduled in together. It all stems back to the days when gathering food and wood were a crucial part of surviving the Danish winter. You had to help out neighbours, your family and friends to survive.
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