The Secret to Living a Happier Life? In a word: 'koselig'

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https://www.cnn.com/2019/04/30/health/norway-koselig-hygge-cozy-nature-chasing-life-wisdom-project/index.html

By all logic, most Norwegians should be depressed by their long, dark, isolating winters. Except that many have found a cozy, social, nature-infused antidote.

The value of social connection is increasingly being recognized as a core component of a happier, healthier and more hopeful life.  Dr Sanjay Gupta captures the essence of what makes people in these countries….some of the happiest in the world.  

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