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Live Lagom And Enjoy Life to the Fullest

After the KonMari Method and the rise of Hygge, this 2017 trend will teach you to focus on the things that matter most

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After working hard and experimenting with the KonMari method, Hygge, or the Danish concept of coziness and a pleasant life, came as a welcome surprise last year. After all, after decluttering and saying goodbye to things we no longer use or need, it's only fitting that we take a break and snuggle up with a good book and a cup of coffee. Whether you're still enjoying your KonMari journey or still adjusting to Hygge, you may want to take things to the next level by learning more about Lagom, too.

The Swedes invite us to live Lagom—from the Swedish phrase “Lagom är bäst,” which means “the right amount is best.” In a nutshell, Lagom is all about living a life of moderation. It aims to bring forth the advantages of sustainable living—enabling you to do what you love, while taking just exactly what you need—no more, no less. Are you ready for this new challenge?

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