What makes you happy? Whether the answer is simple or complex, it leads us to the inevitable conclusion that happiness is such a unique concept. For something that is familiar to everyone, it varies from person to person, situation to situation, and heavily relies on someone's state of mind, making its actual cause and definition hard to pin on a single idea.
With this, we can't help but turn to the Danes for inspiration. Denmark has yet again been named one of the countries with the happiest people on the planet — a distinction they have worn for seven consecutive years. It's no wonder why The Little Book of Hygge by Danish author Miek Wiking became such a huge hit globally, with people all over the world wanting to 'do as the Danish do' when it comes to living the cosy life and pursuing happiness.
Still, with happiness such a temperamental concept, obviously, this Danish way of living is not something easily adaptable. And so, Wiking introduces another Danish concept that is easier for non-Danish folks to get behind by: lykke.