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8 philosophies of a happy life from around the world

8 philosophies of a happy life from around the world

You don’t have to be a philosopher to find a brand new philosophy of a happy life, and experience it as you travel free from cares and non-philosophic
Dolce far niente – the meaning of the Italian concept explained by Italians

Dolce far niente – the meaning of the Italian concept explained by Italians

The challenge: spend a whole day practicing the Italian concept of dolce far niente! But first, discover its meaning as explained by Italians... W
The Swedish concept of gökotta – listen to the morning birdsong

The Swedish concept of gökotta – listen to the morning birdsong

Incorporating gökotta into your life helps you once again see why the Swedes are among the happiest people in the world. I mean, start your morning by
How to practice aylyak in Bulgaria and be happy

How to practice aylyak in Bulgaria and be happy

Aylyak is an untranslatable Bulgarian word* that could roughly be defined as: “The art of not giving a sh*t, doing everything at a relaxed pace and n
Hygge: how to apply the Danish cozy lifestyle to traveling (INFOGRAPHIC)

Hygge: how to apply the Danish cozy lifestyle to traveling (INFOGRAPHIC)

The challenge: master the art of hygge living while traveling The Danish concept of hygge has taken the world by storm in the past year. Some people
How to practice pura vida and be happy in Costa Rica

How to practice pura vida and be happy in Costa Rica

We challenge you: Practice pura vida to feel happier in Costa Rica If you ever travel to Costa Rica, you can’t legally enter the country without know
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