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Year of Living Danishly
Year of Living Danishly: Uncovering the Secrets of the World's Happiest Country | Helen Russell
When she was suddenly given the opportunity of a new life in rural Jutland, journalist and archetypal Londoner Helen Russell discovered a startling statistic: the happiest place on earth isnt Disneyland, but Denmark, a land often thought of by foreigners as consisting entirely of long dark winters, cured herring, Lego and pastries. What is the secret to their success? Are happy Danes born, or made? Helen decides there is only one way to find out: she will give herself a year, trying to uncover the formula for Danish happiness. From childcare, education, food and interior design to SAD, taxes, sexism and an unfortunate predilection for burning witches, The Year of Living Danishly is a funny, poignant record of a journey that shows us where the Danes get it right, where they get it wrong, and how we might just benefit from living a little more Danishly ourselves.
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Debblyliz
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A book which details Helen Russell‘s year in Denmark and her attempts to discover the secret behind the Danish‘s happiness. A fun and frivolous read.

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Redjewel_7734
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So who doesn‘t want to be happier? And what better to figure out how to be happier than immersion in the culture of the happiest country in the world? This was a fun read as Russell & her husband try to figure out out the secret of living Danishly & what exactly makes these Vikings so happy. The answers are pretty straightforward & not all that surprising but watching them figure it all out & stumble their way into the Danish life is great fun!

Redjewel_7734 Now somebody bring me a snegle! 7mo
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Samplergal
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❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️. I loved this little book. Highly recommend this to all.

mreads It was cute 😀👍 7mo
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Samplergal
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Such an entertaining book!

SW-T I enjoyed it! 7mo
CarolynM Me too🙂 7mo
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CuriousG
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Still in a slump and not able to handle much new content. Re-reading/listening to this one as I was thoroughly entertained the first time round #reread #hygge

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BeckyandBooks
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Now I wanna move to Denmark! But seriously, I really enjoyed this book and information in it. Kinda made me sit back and think, sure if the government was different we might be happier, but there are a lot of things in our own every day lives we could change ourselves...and be happier for it.

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Fortifiedbybooks
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I asked the followers of my blog to help me choose my first read of the new year. Here it is, along with one of my most #Hygge bookmarks.

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CarolynM
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When her husband gets a job with Lego, journalist Helen leaves her London job to accompany him to Jutland and freelance while investigating what it is that makes Denmark the happiest country in the world. This book is basically a series of lifestyle pieces on life in Denmark tied together with the story of the couple's first year in their new country. #Fascination would describe how I've felt about reading it while in Denmark. #SeptemberDanes

Kalalalatja I have thought about picking this up, mostly to see what a Denmark looks like from an outside perspective 👍 14mo
Cinfhen Fun!! 14mo
Cathythoughts You lucky duck ! I can‘t wait to go there 😍 14mo
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Kalalalatja
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Somehow, we have made it to the middle of September already! Time is flying 💨

Here are the prompts for #SeptemberDanes for everyone who needs a refresher or are joining in now. I‘m enjoying all your posts, so keep it up awesome littens 👏

ephemeralwaltz Thanks lovely!! 1y
Cinfhen Can't believe it's already the halfway point 😟are u still ready to co-host @Robothugs for October??? 1y
ephemeralwaltz @Cinfhen I'm loving these co-hosted challenges! 1y
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Cinfhen So you NEED to join me @ephemeralwaltz 😍😘😘 1y
ephemeralwaltz @Cinfhen very true! Count me in whenever you have a free month 😍 1y
Cinfhen Right now it looks like July 2019 😜😲 but things change!!! I'll keep u in mind if I get any cancellations 😎🤘🏽 @ephemeralwaltz (edited) 1y
ephemeralwaltz @Cinfhen ooh well, I can wait 😍 1y
Robothugs @Cinfhen 😱 I can‘t believe it‘s so soon. Yes I am!! 1y
Cinfhen Great @Robothugs 🤗🤗🤗 1y
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Kalalalatja
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I can‘t believe we are this close to September, and the end of Summer! And while I can‘t offer you all a year of living Danishly, I can offer you a month of Danish music! 🇩🇰🇩🇰🇩🇰

I have teamed up with the lovely @Cinfhen and are bringing some #SeptemberDanes for all of you creative littens! So join us in the September photo challenge, and make sure to tag both of us in your posts, and dance along to some Danish tunes! 💃

Cathythoughts Sounds great 👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻 1y
erzascarletbookgasm Looks interesting! 👍 🇩🇰 I‘ll try my best 😊 1y
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Cinfhen Woohoo 😎🤘🏽🎵 1y
merelybookish Fun! (Barbie Girl may be the only song I know? 😲) 1y
LeahBergen Yay! 👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻 1y
julesG Cool list. I think I'll try to join in for this one. 1y
JennyM Yahoo...looks fun. 1y
Kalalalatja @Cathythoughts @erzascarletbookgasm @LeahBergen @julesG @JennyM I‘ll look forward to your posts 👍 @Cinfhen I‘m excited about being on the hosting-side of this 😄 @merelybookish I‘m not surprised! Danish music struggle a bit with getting out in the world, but you might know “7 Years” by Lukas Graham, too. It had a lot of international succes last year, I think 😊 1y
BarbaraBB Excited for this one! I love Mo, saw her life a few years ago 😍. And I miss Trentemoller, a favorite DJ of mine 🎧! So I know only one but I‘m in for some new stuff! 💃💃 1y
Kalalalatja @BarbaraBB I couldn‘t make this list without Mø ❤️ and I can‘t believe I forgot about Trentemøller! 1y
BarbaraBB He‘s not as hot as he used to be I think, he keeps experimenting, but I really love stuff like Miss You and Physical Fraction! And Mo is so good, such a cool girl. Looking forward to the songs you chose 💜😘 1y
emilyhaldi Oooohhhh so excited to live my best (Danish) life!!!👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻 1y
CarolynM Fantastic! And great timing for me - I'm going to be visiting Denmark for the first time in September😀 1y
merelybookish @Kalalalatja Right 7 Years! I know 2 Danish pop songs. 😎 1y
Kalalalatja @emilyhaldi 😎🇩🇰💃🎶 @CarolynM how exciting! Hope you‘ll like Denmark 👏👏 1y
ephemeralwaltz Oh this is so awesome! 1y
vivastory I'm going to try to do this one! 1y
Kalalalatja @vivastory Yay! With both this and #LesMisBuddyRead beginning tomorrow, we are in for a busy, but great September! @ephemeralwaltz 😘💕 1y
ferskner OH MY GOSH how did I miss this?!?!?!? I don't do photo challenges but I'm so excited to see all the pictures!!!! 1y
ferskner (Also ??? for "Fly on the Wings of Love" ???) 1y
Kalalalatja @ferskner you are more than welcome to look! And I couldn‘t do this without Fly on the Wings of Love 😆😆😆 1y
Linsy Oooh, I just found this and I‘m joining! Already loving your playlist! 🎶🎶🎶 1y
Kalalalatja @Linsy Yay! And I‘m glad you like it! I‘ll look forward to your posts 👏👏 1y
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SW-T
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The title was intriguing and the book was full of trivia and anecdotes about living in rural Denmark. Since her husband worked for Lego headquarters, there were little snippets of info about working there as well. The couple learned to adapt to the local lifestyle with humorous trial and error, and managed to have a baby, a dream they‘d been losing hope on.

#lego #movingishard #denmark

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rachaich
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Thoroughly recommend this book. It could be read in chunks or one go. It's a humorous yet informative account of her year, with lots of statistics and anecdotes. It also made me think about happiness and life :)

Caroline2 Oh I‘ve had this on my tbr shelf for a while now! Sounds like it‘s time to move it up the pile! 👍🏻 1y
rachaich @caroline2 it is a good read :) 1y
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rachaich
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Love this!
Not too smarmy and great in its delivery of the Danish culture.
Plus it's a country I'd love to visit.

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drbethandherkindle
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Can you get hygge in June? Yes! I found this to be an entertaining memoir with a sprinkling of more serious nonfiction. As a spoiler for page 5, the author actually does move to Denmark, and somehow that surprised me 🤷🏼‍♀️ 😂
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

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Lkbbooks
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Really enjoyed this one. The author is a writer from England who moves with her husband to Denmark. She tells the story of their year while looking for all the reasons why the Danes are the happiest people in the world. Along the way she learns some lessons that any of us can apply to our lives.

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Aurora0044
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1. Tagged book
2. Amsterdam
3. A cabin, in the woods, on a mountain, alone 💙
4. I prefer to drive but there are just some places you just can‘t reach that way
5. BOTH!

#Manicmonday

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Aurora0044
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Helen Russell is fresh, funny, and honest in her review of the happiest country on Earth. I loved the month to month review of her adventures in trying to figure out the Danish way of living and what makes the Danes just so darn happy all the time. I left the book feeling warm and fuzzy inside and really wanting to visit Denmark as soon as the bank account allows 😊❤️

AmyG Now I want to know what makes them so happy, too. 😀 (edited) 2y
Aurora0044 @AmyG she dives deep into all aspects so it‘s a really good book to learn from 😊 2y
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# 4....... TRUTH!! As a person from the US that is living in Spain I can tell you it‘s not easy 😂

Cinfhen Agreed!!!! 2y
Libby1 Hello, fellow ex-pats! I left the US for Northern Ireland in 2000. Definitely not for sissies. ☺️ 2y
Aurora0044 @Libby1 Do you like it up there? 2y
Libby1 Hello, @Aurora0044 - yes, I do. It‘s tricky being foreign sometimes but most of the time I think I might be too sensitive! Where do you live in Spain? I‘ll be staying near Tarragona for a week this summer. 2y
Aurora0044 @Libby1 we are over on the west coast in a town called Chipiona. It looks like you‘ll be over near Barcelona. If you like seafood, try a tapa called choco; it‘s my favorite and oh so good 😊 2y
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lucylovestoread
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Fun and an insight into my friend in Denmark's life. Time to hygge things up....

RaimeyGallant Big hygge trend on Litsy recently. :) And welcome! #LitsyWelcomeWagon Some of us put together Litsy tips to help new Littens navigate the site. It's the link in my bio on my page in case you need it.
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DebinHawaii Welcome to Litsy!! 🎉📚👍😀 Hope you are enjoying it here! 2y
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BookInMyHands
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I‘m listening to this one and it‘s so fun. I‘ve always been a Hygge kind of person without knowing the word for it. I‘m a little obsessed with the lighting of my spaces and we have an inordinate number of lamps in our house, or at least my husband thinks so. I need my pools of light.

It‘s fun to hear about Denmark from an outsider.

Mitch Working for Lego appears in my top 10 dream jobs for another life! 2y
ElizabethAndino My brother lived there for several years because he worked for Lego. I‘m really sorry I didn‘t visit him there 2y
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Lmstraubie
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An interesting insight into life in Denmark.

MandaChittles I loved this! 😊 2y
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Bookartbookmarks
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Listening to this while making bookmarks. Don‘t know how I feel about it. Keep going? https://bookmarkloves.etsy.com/

Julsmarshall So pretty! 2y
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Amandajoy
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Just hanging out at the airport, diving into a new book.

TrishTheBibliophile I have this on my Amazon wish list! 2y
Chelsibeau That view on the cover is enough to make me happy 2y
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Zelma
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This seemed right up my alley but I just didn‘t care for it enough to push through to the end. I love travel memoirs, but I just didn‘t warm up to Russell or care for her voice. The beginning was promising, but she juxtaposes facts about Denmark with really fluffy anecdotes that didn‘t seem cohesive or flow well. And her commitment to asking every Danish person she met how happy they are on a scale of 1 to 10 was really annoying and repetitive.

RealBooks4ever Ugh! 😐 2y
Leelee.reads I pushed through with this one, but felt similarly. I noticed that I never thought stats on happiness would make me so unhappy. I was like “enough already!!” 2y
Zelma @Leelee.reads I‘m glad it wasn‘t just me. I feel like I‘m in the minority for not liking the but it came of as a bit whiny/pessimistic and definitely lacked the joy or fun I look forward to in travel memoirs. 2y
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Deborah42
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Overall, I enjoyed this light and breezy travel memoir. The author, a stressed-out magazine editor from the U.K., writes about her year of living in Jutland, Denmark after her husband takes a job with the LEGO headquarters.

Russell is oddly naive about certain things.

Even if you can‘t (or would rather not) pack up and move to Denmark, you might pick up a few tips to living a happier life wherever you are.

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Lacythebookworm That‘s a good one! 2y
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CuriousG
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#top17of2017 #17in2017 #bestof2017 #bestbooksof2017
My top 17 reads of 2017 (doesn't include re-reads even though a few of them were defintely are top 10 material.) In no particular order. Some were audio listens (square book covers + The Vegetarian), rest were print. Overall an amazing reading year for me in terms of finding my kind of books. Very few misses this year, and even those were still decent.
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Christine Great picks!! 2y
Cinfhen Love these graphics and so many good reads!!! Thanks for tagging me😀 2y
CuriousG @Cinfhen For once the graphic was the easy part...picking the books was hard! I use the http://50bookpledge.ca website and it lets you create digital bookshelves that actually look like shelves. For some reason I just can't bring myself to use Goodreads. Litsy and 50bookpledge are enough for me 😊 2y
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Amandajoy
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My Goodreads want to read contains only books I own & haven‘t read yet, so this is my #MountTBRlist. I plan on starting the challenge with the tagged book! #TBRlist

Kimzey Great plan! 2y
Faibka Awesome! I‘m doing the mount tbr challenge too, my goal for the next year is to read from my shelves for the most part, I‘m sure I‘ll still sneak in a buy it two 😂 2y
DivaDiane Good@for you! I use the Want To Read shelf on GR mostly for Books I don‘t own (900+). I created another shelf, “Read Your Books” for all the ones I already own. I‘m not done adding them all, but there are 224 there already! 2y
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CuriousG
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Listened to this on audio & loved it so much more than expected. Thought it would be preachy but was actually a refreshing glimpse into one couple's hilarious attempt to immerse themselves into Danish culture. Now obsessed with the idea of Hygge, which in addition to family/surroundings, appears to focus heavily on food & drink. I have been decluttering for a month (& I hate cleaning!) #nonfiction #foodanddrink #hygge #litsy2017readingchallenge

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Macnjen
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Cute, funny at times, interesting story! This satisfies Y for the #litsyAtoz challenge! Only Z remains and I‘ve chosen my favorite author, Carlos Ruiz Zafon! I just hope I have time to finish!!!!

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Booksnchill
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Fun to follow Helen Russell‘s move to Denmark for her husband‘s job with legoland. She explores why the Danes are the happiest people (2015), hygge, customs and generally fitting in. Excellent narrator. I have seen some reviewers saying she has some stereotypes- perhaps but she refers to everyone as “nice neighbor” or “nosy neighbor” or “Mr.Lego” so I think that is by design- not a deep examination. #NonFictionNovember 3⭐️

AmandaL This one is on my bookshelf. I still have to read it! 2y
Booksnchill It should be quite quick- the narrative voice is good! 2y
TricksyTails I'd like to be a Dane... adding to the TBR! 😆 2y
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MandaChittles
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Hilarious moments through this one. Thoroughly enjoying watching a British couple attempt to integrate into Danish culture. Interesting facts to support the anecdotes and ultimately a few take homes for my own life.

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Joyfulmimi
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Enjoyable reading...learned tons of stuff I never knew before...delightful couple...inspired to make a visit there...want to learn much more about hygge though⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

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Joyfulmimi
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Hey! I am about to take lots of notes about “hygge”. I am definitely “IN” for it. I decided I just might have Danish roots. 🤣

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Joyfulmimi
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A fun, different read. Enjoyed the prologue.

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5 Stars

This book has me wishing I had grown up in Denmark. There were negatives to living there just as there are anywhere sure but, on the whole they seem to have a better, more reliable system than here in the (not so) United Kingdom. Told in a way that's easy to understand and leaves you wanting to find out more this is a book I'd recommend to anyone although interests in travel, Lego and ways of life in foreign countries are all optional.

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deneb
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This was actually very well written and an enjoyable read of an expat's first year abroad. I learned much about the Danes and appreciate that even with her light-hearted prose, this was not an easy adventure. So often we come up against the new, not knowing what to do, and even more often, come up against ourselves standing in the way. This was a fun and truthful read.

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Hooked_on_books
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So I loved the information in this book about Danes, which was both interesting and informative as well as presented in a funny way. The author, however, grated on me a bit. I found her a tad whinny and self-indulgent in places. Worthwhile overall.

Caroline2 Oh I've got this on my shelf TBR, bout time I gave it a whirl! 👍🏻 2y
AlexMay I heard the audiobook and loved it. Have been looking for similar books ever since 2y
Hooked_on_books @AlexMay I read one last year that I loved which explores some of the interesting aspects of each of the Scandinavian countries which you might like. 2y
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nickimags
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Loved this random libray find and reall do recommend it if you need something easy and fun to read. The author recounts some hilarious episodes during her year of living on the island of Jutland where her husbands gets a job at LEGO HQ. I could very easily read this again sometime 😊

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This made me laugh out loud. ?
The author is pregnant with her first baby and this is her first appointment with her midwife.
"Your lady cave looks very fine."... "My lady cave?" I think back to GCSE Biology but am pretty sure I've never heard this phrase before. She gives my abdomen a prod by of explanation. "Ah my womb? " Sure she frowns as she carries on scanning.

Trina_L Ohhhh this sounds good ! 2y
nickimags @Trina_L It's such a fun easy read definitely recommend it 😊 2y
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They're on holiday in Sicily.
"You wouldn't get an obscenely glamorous Danish policewoman pulling over a motorcyclist to give him a snog then waving him on. You wouldn't catch her colleague issuing a parking ticket to a banged-up Fiat 500 whose driver has simply stopped, mid-street, before reapplying her lipstick in it's wing mirror and sashaying off in stilettoes, channelling Beyoncé. But in Sicily, this is a typical Tuesday."

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"Language can tell you a lot about a country, and we learn that there is an extensive vocabulary to describe Denmark's variable weather but no word for 'please'. I've just about got over the hilarity of 'fart kontrol' (speed limit) and 'slut spurt' (closing down sale),. we're taught helpfully, that the Danish word for nipple is 'brystvorte', which translates as 'breast wart' and that 'gift' means married as well as poison."

Suet624 I love everything about this post. Thank you! 2y
nickimags @Suet624 Glad you like it too 😊 2y
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nickimags
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Picked this up at the library yesterday whilst volunteering for the #AnimalAgents summer reading challenge. It was really quiet at the beginning of the afternoon and then it was full on for the next few hours, good job there were two of us volunteering as well as two staff!

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Rachellynnwright
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Reading about Viking's favorite subject, hygge!! But seriously, I'm loving this book so far. Helen Russell's combination of humor and information creates enjoyable education about Denmark, and I'm ready to pack my bags and move there myself!

Tanzy13 🐱 2y
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Leelee.reads
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Between a pick and so-so. The obsession with happiness ratings of every activity (who knew that an abundance of happiness stats would make me unhappy) detracted from what was otherwise a mostly interesting and fun reflection on a Brit's experience living in Denmark for a year. Works better as memoir than research. (Just live, lady, and drop the constant fact checking!) Made me reflect on some of America's pros and cons as a society, too. 🇩🇰🕯☕️

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I am 1/3 through and have so many questions! The suicide rate in Denmark is higher than England's, and 8% of Danes are prescribed antidepressants. Are they all as truly happy as they rate themselves? Is happiness just a state of mind that Danes have mastered? Are Americans sabotaged by the capitalist notions of bigger, better, and by goal chasing? How can Danes be so happy in what seems like such a controlling society?

Hooked_on_books To answer many of your questions with good humor and high readability, I recommend 2y
Kalalalatja You ask though questions, and I am not sure I can answer them, but as a Dane, I feel like I must try at least 😄 regarding the anti depressant, I think that has something to do with our health care system. It doesn't cost us anything to go to the doctor, so I think more people get diagnosed with mental health issues, than in countries where you have to pay. 2y
Kalalalatja Danes are happy, but the thing about ud being "the happiest people on Earth" is rather stupid. It is measured by parameters, that do not necessarily equal happiness, but it has a nice ring to it, so it stuck. I don't know if I am making any sense ? 2y
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Leelee.reads @Hooked_on_books thanks for the recommendation! 2y
Leelee.reads @Kalalalatja your responses make sense. Thank you! Have you read this book (or the others like it? They seem to be very popular recently.) Wondering what a Danish person thinks of the foreign assessments. 2y
Kalalalatja I haven't. I haven't really thought about it, as it has seemed weird to read about my own country. But I see your point about the foreign point of view. Maybe I should read it at some point 😊 2y
Leelee.reads @Kalalalatja she is in Jutland for her year and I am thinking that as in all countries, city life and country life are very different experiences. A person living in Copenhagen may end up with a completely different take on the Danish ways, I would guess. 2y
Kalalalatja Without a doubt. I live in Jutland myself, but in a big city and when I meet people from the country there's a lot of differences in opinions, habits and even language. Even in a country as small as Denmark. I find this fascination with Denmark really interesting, because for me, it is just normal with hygge and all that stuff. And hygge is just a word, not a way of life, like some of books, I have seen, would like to make people believe. 2y
Leelee.reads @Kalalalatja that is so interesting! The author definitely presents Hygge as a way of life - it is like without it you will never survive the Danish winters and you may die of winter depression! 😄 books on Hygge are all the rage here lately, maybe because America is so huge that family members may literally live a plane ride of six hours away. We are isolated from neighbors too and often lack community. 2y
Leelee.reads @Kalalalatja there is also our inclination to buy very cheap instead of quality, and a consumer mindset with that of always buying more things. With stores like Walmart the idea is not about investing in something unique or that will last, just what is super cheap. (Also I am thinking we should have been matched as penpals as I am enjoying this conversation so much and could keep going! 😄) 2y
Kalalalatja 1/2 Haha hygge for Danes is just being with friends or being alone and enjoying yourself - it is more a feeling than it is a way of life. Or that's how I feel anyway 😄 and there's definitely people in Denmark who just go for the cheapest thing possible, but good quality is a pretty big thing in Denmark. But we also have the Jantelov which says that you must not thing you are better than anyone else, and kinda urge you to stay humble. 2y
Kalalalatja So there's some big cultural differences between Denmark and America, but it is so exciting to learn about it! I haven't even signed up for the pen pals, because I am still in vacation mode, but it could be fun to get to know more about each other's countries 😄 (edited) 2y
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Macnjen
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Excited to see if there are life changing pearls of wisdom in here! Also on my #litsyAtoZchallenge for Y.

Kalalalatja I find it kinda fascinating how "in" Denmark and Hygge have been for some time now. To me as a Dane, it is just normal, and I don't think we are that different or exciting ? 2y
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Zelma
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Still reading Treasure Island!!! by Sara Levine but I got this epic #libraryhaul today. Very excited about my evening. I have a roast and veggies in the crockpot and this stack to read. Some wine in my future too. 😄💕🍷

Bianca The Road 💙 2y
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howjessreads
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Sadly true, especially this week. 🙁