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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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The Danes have better work-life balance than anywhere else in the world, with only 2 per cent regularly working long hours (compared to an average figure of 13 per cent for other countries).
All employees are entitled to a minimum of five weeks paid holiday a year, and when Danes are at wo...
Denmark has been shown to be one of the most trusting nations in Europe.
79 per cent of Danes trust most people”— and if you trust your neighbours (and your neighbour’s neighbours) you’re less anxious and have the headspace to be happy.
Denmark is famous for being one of the happiest countries in the world.
It is known for being one of the most egalitarian countries in the world and its high levels of wellbeing are often attributed to its welfare system, where higher taxes provide free healthcare, school and univers...
Hygge is the Danish concept which involves creating a warm and contented atmosphere and enjoying the good things in life with people you love.
Hygge is about everyday happiness. It’s slowing down, being in the present moment and celebrating the simple pleasures in life.
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“Happiness consists more in small conveniences or pleasures that occur every day, than in great pieces of good fortune that happen but seldom.”
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In 2016, Denmark was ranked as the happiest nation globally, even though it is dark for 16 hours a day in midwinter.
The annual World Happiness Report assesses criteria such as per capita income, life expectancy, people's freedom to make life decisions, generosity, social support, ...
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Ventilen, or “friend to one” in Danish, is an organization that helps 15-to-25-year-olds get together twice a week with two or three volunteers. Together, the people in the group play games, make meals, go to the cinema, and build human connections.
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