Elias Larsen,Jonny Jackson

The Little Book of Lagom

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Lagom (pronounced lah-gom) is a Swedish word that means ‘not too much and not too little, but just the right amount’. It’s about achieving a happy and healthy balance in all aspects of your life, such as eating and drinking in moderation, being environmentally and socially conscious, setting realistic goals and living within your means.

The Little Book of Lagom is packed with practical ways to apply this ethos of moderation and fairness in your everyday life, from thrifty tips for being more energy efficient and creating less waste to ways of using your time more productively and allowing yourself moments to pause and think, and be happy.

Be kind to yourself and simplify your life. Think Lagom.
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    Sanzhar Murzinshared an impression5 months ago

    Provides some nice reminders and suggestions, but feels a bit too obvious at times.

    Alena Grebenukshared an impression2 years ago
    💞Loved Up

    My fav

    Sergey Aglovshared an impression4 months ago
    👍Worth reading


    Cindy06Michellahas quoted23 days ago
    The Danish art of hygge is about savouring simple daily pleasures and enjoying moments of calm
    b6047215458has quoted4 months ago
    Clothes are a weakness for many of us, but do you really know what you’ve got, and how much of it do you actually wear? Begin by emptying and sorting one drawer at a time or one cupboard at a time. For some items you won’t need to give much thought to whether to let them go, but others can be tricky. This is when you should ask yourself the following questions:
    Do I love it?
    Do I wear it?
    Does it project the image I want to project?
    Does it itch or scratch?
    Can I actually move in it comfortably?
    When did I last wear it? (Will I shrink back into those jeans, like, ever?!)
    Be honest, and soon you will have a large pile that can be sorted into categories: to be given away to friends and family, sold on eBay or other sites, shwopped* or taken to the charity shop.
    Alexielhas quoted6 months ago
    Can I live without it?
    Will I wear it/use it? If so, where and when?
    Can I afford it? Would I prefer to have the money in my account or this item in my house?
    Have I got the space for it?

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