The Little Book of Lykke: The Danish Search for the World's Happiest People

The Little Book of Lykke: The Danish Search for the World's Happiest People

From the author of the international bestseller The Little Book of Hygge Lykke (Luu-kah) (n): Happiness It's easy to see why Denmark is often called the world's happiest country. Not only do they have equal parental leave for men and women, free higher education and trains that run on time, but they burn more candles per household than anywhere else. So nobody knows more abou From the author of the international bestseller The Little Book of Hygge Lykke (Luu-kah) (n): Happiness ...

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Title:The Little Book of Lykke: The Danish Search for the World's Happiest People
Author:Meik Wiking
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Genres:Nonfiction
ISBN:The Little Book of Lykke: The Danish Search for the World's Happiest People
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Edition Language:English
Format Type:Hardcover
Number of Pages:288 pages pages

The Little Book of Lykke: The Danish Search for the World's Happiest People Reviews

  • Jeana
    Jan 11, 2018

    I am so glad that I loved this second book as much as I enjoyed The Little Book of Hygge: The Danish Way to Live Well! Lykke (Luu-kah) (n): Happiness This book takes us on a treasure hunt, looking for the keys to happiness around the world. The book discusses togetherness, money,...

    Originally posted on A Frolic Through Fiction *Thank you to the publisher for sending me a copy of this book. This in no way affects my opinion of the book. Oh what a lovely little book. Just like Meik Wiking?s other book ? The Little Book of Hygge ? this book is just ...

    That's literally happiness in a book form! ? Please, read it! I guarantee you that you'll feel inspired to do more with your life and loved ones! I'd read anything that Meik writes in the future. ...

    What a charming little book! I read a lot of heavy spiritual books with the aim of learning how to lead a more fulfilling life and these tend to be dense and rich in material on the psyche. This was such a breath of fresh air! It was so refreshing to read about tangible ways of enhanci...

    I loved this book and I plan on reading it again, with a notebook at hand. It made me smile, it made me think and it helped me realize what potential we all have. ...

    Toen ik zag dat er een nieuw boek was van de schrijver van Hygge: de Deense kunst van het leven, wist ik dat ik dit boek ook wilde lezen. Dus ik reserveerde hem bij de bibliotheek, haalde hem op en begon meteen! In Lykke vertelt de schrijver over geluk. Hoe kunnen we gelukkig worden...

    Publishers certainly seem to be milking the current interest in Scandinavian lifestyle books; The Little Book of Lyyke: The Danish Search for the World's Happiest People is by the author of The Little Book of Hygge: The Danish Way to Live Well, which I found rather lovely. The intentio...

    Absolutely lovely. ...

    Loved this! So much more inspiration than The Little Book of Hygge. ...

    I won this in the giveaways in exchange for an honest review. Following on from The Little Book of Hygge, Wiking looks at happiness around the world and talks about the studies he's done. This is a beautifully presented little book with illustrations and photographs throughout. I'm not...

    The world definitely needs more Lykke right now . . . and one of the most profound points that the author makes in this book is that individual happiness and communal happiness are inextricably linked. Focusing on six major indicators of happiness - togetherness, money, health, freedom...

    The Little Book of Lykke was my first read of 2018, and it was the perfect choice to start the year off positively. I highly recommend it to everyone. It?s an excellent follow-up book to The Little Book of Hygge, full of inspiration for how you can participate in creating a kinder, h...

    I have been a big fan of Meik ever since I read The Little Book of Hygge. With that in mind, I had high hopes for his next book and it has still managed to exceed my expectations! Meik understands that each of us are unique and I loved that he shared what can make people happy from...

    The last of the September reads. There is something about togetherness and feeling close to those around you that this book hits right on the spot. This sweet book shows how we can find a little bit more happiness in our lives. It's not rocket science, but I did take away some ideas fr...

    4.5 stars ...

    This was an interesting read. There was quite a lot of information about happiness and what can make people happy. I didn't love this one as much as his first book but I still quite enjoyed this one. ...

    Neste volume Meike Wiking explora a felicidade (e a procura dela) em coisas mais realistas e quotidianas como o dinheiro e saúde. Apesar de ser muito interessante tal como O Livro do Hygge, neste livro houve uma abordagem mais seguida por histórias reais que, apesar de muito interess...

    I thought this was going to be a disappointing read, nothing but a publisher's ploy to make more money out of a tried and tested author (and let's face it, it still is) BUT I really loved reading this. I loved the photos included, and I loved the style of illustrations. I liked the glo...

    ?Everything runs smoothly in Denmark. Well, almost. Four years ago, one train did arrive five minutes late. The passengers each got a letter of apology from the prime minister and a designer chair of their choice as compensation.? . I read ?The Little Book Of Lykke? on and of...

    Very cute easy read. I basically skimmed through this and will probably glance at it every so often between books. There are a great deal of common sense ideas to be happy along with supporting evidence. I?ve been to Denmark and it?s a very lovely and admirable country. Would the w...

    It was nice to see the results of researchs done on this subjects and the factors affecting happiness. However i didn?t enjoy it as much as i did hygge. I think it?s because it doesn?t really give a take home message. Sure, it?s not the whole point of the book (and i wasn?t...

    His job is FASCINATING and I applaud him for what he does- but the book was annoying with his endless bragging about Denmark. I was confused by how often he compared the Danes studies to the United States when the population and demographics make it very difficult to produce a sound ar...

    Another great book?I?m fascinated with the interesting little tidbits he gives us on what makes happier people. I loved the part about reading ?literary fiction? and how that makes people more empathetic. I mean, I already knew it, but it?s nice to hear stuff you?ve thought...

  • Jo
    Aug 31, 2017

    I am so glad that I loved this second book as much as I enjoyed The Little Book of Hygge: The Danish Way to Live Well! Lykke (Luu-kah) (n): Happiness This book takes us on a treasure hunt, looking for the keys to happiness around the world. The book discusses togetherness, money,...

    Originally posted on A Frolic Through Fiction *Thank you to the publisher for sending me a copy of this book. This in no way affects my opinion of the book. Oh what a lovely little book. Just like Meik Wiking?s other book ? The Little Book of Hygge ? this book is just ...

    That's literally happiness in a book form! ? Please, read it! I guarantee you that you'll feel inspired to do more with your life and loved ones! I'd read anything that Meik writes in the future. ...

    What a charming little book! I read a lot of heavy spiritual books with the aim of learning how to lead a more fulfilling life and these tend to be dense and rich in material on the psyche. This was such a breath of fresh air! It was so refreshing to read about tangible ways of enhanci...

    I loved this book and I plan on reading it again, with a notebook at hand. It made me smile, it made me think and it helped me realize what potential we all have. ...

    Toen ik zag dat er een nieuw boek was van de schrijver van Hygge: de Deense kunst van het leven, wist ik dat ik dit boek ook wilde lezen. Dus ik reserveerde hem bij de bibliotheek, haalde hem op en begon meteen! In Lykke vertelt de schrijver over geluk. Hoe kunnen we gelukkig worden...

    Publishers certainly seem to be milking the current interest in Scandinavian lifestyle books; The Little Book of Lyyke: The Danish Search for the World's Happiest People is by the author of The Little Book of Hygge: The Danish Way to Live Well, which I found rather lovely. The intentio...

    Absolutely lovely. ...

    Loved this! So much more inspiration than The Little Book of Hygge. ...

    I won this in the giveaways in exchange for an honest review. Following on from The Little Book of Hygge, Wiking looks at happiness around the world and talks about the studies he's done. This is a beautifully presented little book with illustrations and photographs throughout. I'm not...

  • Denise
    Jan 06, 2018

    I am so glad that I loved this second book as much as I enjoyed The Little Book of Hygge: The Danish Way to Live Well! Lykke (Luu-kah) (n): Happiness This book takes us on a treasure hunt, looking for the keys to happiness around the world. The book discusses togetherness, money,...

    Originally posted on A Frolic Through Fiction *Thank you to the publisher for sending me a copy of this book. This in no way affects my opinion of the book. Oh what a lovely little book. Just like Meik Wiking?s other book ? The Little Book of Hygge ? this book is just ...

    That's literally happiness in a book form! ? Please, read it! I guarantee you that you'll feel inspired to do more with your life and loved ones! I'd read anything that Meik writes in the future. ...

    What a charming little book! I read a lot of heavy spiritual books with the aim of learning how to lead a more fulfilling life and these tend to be dense and rich in material on the psyche. This was such a breath of fresh air! It was so refreshing to read about tangible ways of enhanci...

    I loved this book and I plan on reading it again, with a notebook at hand. It made me smile, it made me think and it helped me realize what potential we all have. ...

    Toen ik zag dat er een nieuw boek was van de schrijver van Hygge: de Deense kunst van het leven, wist ik dat ik dit boek ook wilde lezen. Dus ik reserveerde hem bij de bibliotheek, haalde hem op en begon meteen! In Lykke vertelt de schrijver over geluk. Hoe kunnen we gelukkig worden...

    Publishers certainly seem to be milking the current interest in Scandinavian lifestyle books; The Little Book of Lyyke: The Danish Search for the World's Happiest People is by the author of The Little Book of Hygge: The Danish Way to Live Well, which I found rather lovely. The intentio...

    Absolutely lovely. ...

    Loved this! So much more inspiration than The Little Book of Hygge. ...

    I won this in the giveaways in exchange for an honest review. Following on from The Little Book of Hygge, Wiking looks at happiness around the world and talks about the studies he's done. This is a beautifully presented little book with illustrations and photographs throughout. I'm not...

    The world definitely needs more Lykke right now . . . and one of the most profound points that the author makes in this book is that individual happiness and communal happiness are inextricably linked. Focusing on six major indicators of happiness - togetherness, money, health, freedom...

    The Little Book of Lykke was my first read of 2018, and it was the perfect choice to start the year off positively. I highly recommend it to everyone. It?s an excellent follow-up book to The Little Book of Hygge, full of inspiration for how you can participate in creating a kinder, h...

    I have been a big fan of Meik ever since I read The Little Book of Hygge. With that in mind, I had high hopes for his next book and it has still managed to exceed my expectations! Meik understands that each of us are unique and I loved that he shared what can make people happy from...

    The last of the September reads. There is something about togetherness and feeling close to those around you that this book hits right on the spot. This sweet book shows how we can find a little bit more happiness in our lives. It's not rocket science, but I did take away some ideas fr...

    4.5 stars ...

    This was an interesting read. There was quite a lot of information about happiness and what can make people happy. I didn't love this one as much as his first book but I still quite enjoyed this one. ...

    Neste volume Meike Wiking explora a felicidade (e a procura dela) em coisas mais realistas e quotidianas como o dinheiro e saúde. Apesar de ser muito interessante tal como O Livro do Hygge, neste livro houve uma abordagem mais seguida por histórias reais que, apesar de muito interess...

    I thought this was going to be a disappointing read, nothing but a publisher's ploy to make more money out of a tried and tested author (and let's face it, it still is) BUT I really loved reading this. I loved the photos included, and I loved the style of illustrations. I liked the glo...

    ?Everything runs smoothly in Denmark. Well, almost. Four years ago, one train did arrive five minutes late. The passengers each got a letter of apology from the prime minister and a designer chair of their choice as compensation.? . I read ?The Little Book Of Lykke? on and of...

    Very cute easy read. I basically skimmed through this and will probably glance at it every so often between books. There are a great deal of common sense ideas to be happy along with supporting evidence. I?ve been to Denmark and it?s a very lovely and admirable country. Would the w...

  • Tina
    Feb 08, 2018

    I am so glad that I loved this second book as much as I enjoyed The Little Book of Hygge: The Danish Way to Live Well! Lykke (Luu-kah) (n): Happiness This book takes us on a treasure hunt, looking for the keys to happiness around the world. The book discusses togetherness, money,...

    Originally posted on A Frolic Through Fiction *Thank you to the publisher for sending me a copy of this book. This in no way affects my opinion of the book. Oh what a lovely little book. Just like Meik Wiking?s other book ? The Little Book of Hygge ? this book is just ...

    That's literally happiness in a book form! ? Please, read it! I guarantee you that you'll feel inspired to do more with your life and loved ones! I'd read anything that Meik writes in the future. ...

    What a charming little book! I read a lot of heavy spiritual books with the aim of learning how to lead a more fulfilling life and these tend to be dense and rich in material on the psyche. This was such a breath of fresh air! It was so refreshing to read about tangible ways of enhanci...

    I loved this book and I plan on reading it again, with a notebook at hand. It made me smile, it made me think and it helped me realize what potential we all have. ...

    Toen ik zag dat er een nieuw boek was van de schrijver van Hygge: de Deense kunst van het leven, wist ik dat ik dit boek ook wilde lezen. Dus ik reserveerde hem bij de bibliotheek, haalde hem op en begon meteen! In Lykke vertelt de schrijver over geluk. Hoe kunnen we gelukkig worden...

    Publishers certainly seem to be milking the current interest in Scandinavian lifestyle books; The Little Book of Lyyke: The Danish Search for the World's Happiest People is by the author of The Little Book of Hygge: The Danish Way to Live Well, which I found rather lovely. The intentio...

    Absolutely lovely. ...

    Loved this! So much more inspiration than The Little Book of Hygge. ...

  • Rebecca
    Oct 30, 2017

    I am so glad that I loved this second book as much as I enjoyed The Little Book of Hygge: The Danish Way to Live Well! Lykke (Luu-kah) (n): Happiness This book takes us on a treasure hunt, looking for the keys to happiness around the world. The book discusses togetherness, money,...

    Originally posted on A Frolic Through Fiction *Thank you to the publisher for sending me a copy of this book. This in no way affects my opinion of the book. Oh what a lovely little book. Just like Meik Wiking?s other book ? The Little Book of Hygge ? this book is just ...

    That's literally happiness in a book form! ? Please, read it! I guarantee you that you'll feel inspired to do more with your life and loved ones! I'd read anything that Meik writes in the future. ...

    What a charming little book! I read a lot of heavy spiritual books with the aim of learning how to lead a more fulfilling life and these tend to be dense and rich in material on the psyche. This was such a breath of fresh air! It was so refreshing to read about tangible ways of enhanci...

    I loved this book and I plan on reading it again, with a notebook at hand. It made me smile, it made me think and it helped me realize what potential we all have. ...

    Toen ik zag dat er een nieuw boek was van de schrijver van Hygge: de Deense kunst van het leven, wist ik dat ik dit boek ook wilde lezen. Dus ik reserveerde hem bij de bibliotheek, haalde hem op en begon meteen! In Lykke vertelt de schrijver over geluk. Hoe kunnen we gelukkig worden...

    Publishers certainly seem to be milking the current interest in Scandinavian lifestyle books; The Little Book of Lyyke: The Danish Search for the World's Happiest People is by the author of The Little Book of Hygge: The Danish Way to Live Well, which I found rather lovely. The intentio...

    Absolutely lovely. ...

    Loved this! So much more inspiration than The Little Book of Hygge. ...

    I won this in the giveaways in exchange for an honest review. Following on from The Little Book of Hygge, Wiking looks at happiness around the world and talks about the studies he's done. This is a beautifully presented little book with illustrations and photographs throughout. I'm not...

    The world definitely needs more Lykke right now . . . and one of the most profound points that the author makes in this book is that individual happiness and communal happiness are inextricably linked. Focusing on six major indicators of happiness - togetherness, money, health, freedom...

    The Little Book of Lykke was my first read of 2018, and it was the perfect choice to start the year off positively. I highly recommend it to everyone. It?s an excellent follow-up book to The Little Book of Hygge, full of inspiration for how you can participate in creating a kinder, h...

    I have been a big fan of Meik ever since I read The Little Book of Hygge. With that in mind, I had high hopes for his next book and it has still managed to exceed my expectations! Meik understands that each of us are unique and I loved that he shared what can make people happy from...

    The last of the September reads. There is something about togetherness and feeling close to those around you that this book hits right on the spot. This sweet book shows how we can find a little bit more happiness in our lives. It's not rocket science, but I did take away some ideas fr...

    4.5 stars ...

    This was an interesting read. There was quite a lot of information about happiness and what can make people happy. I didn't love this one as much as his first book but I still quite enjoyed this one. ...

  • Beth Bonini
    Oct 02, 2017

    I am so glad that I loved this second book as much as I enjoyed The Little Book of Hygge: The Danish Way to Live Well! Lykke (Luu-kah) (n): Happiness This book takes us on a treasure hunt, looking for the keys to happiness around the world. The book discusses togetherness, money,...

    Originally posted on A Frolic Through Fiction *Thank you to the publisher for sending me a copy of this book. This in no way affects my opinion of the book. Oh what a lovely little book. Just like Meik Wiking?s other book ? The Little Book of Hygge ? this book is just ...

    That's literally happiness in a book form! ? Please, read it! I guarantee you that you'll feel inspired to do more with your life and loved ones! I'd read anything that Meik writes in the future. ...

    What a charming little book! I read a lot of heavy spiritual books with the aim of learning how to lead a more fulfilling life and these tend to be dense and rich in material on the psyche. This was such a breath of fresh air! It was so refreshing to read about tangible ways of enhanci...

    I loved this book and I plan on reading it again, with a notebook at hand. It made me smile, it made me think and it helped me realize what potential we all have. ...

    Toen ik zag dat er een nieuw boek was van de schrijver van Hygge: de Deense kunst van het leven, wist ik dat ik dit boek ook wilde lezen. Dus ik reserveerde hem bij de bibliotheek, haalde hem op en begon meteen! In Lykke vertelt de schrijver over geluk. Hoe kunnen we gelukkig worden...

    Publishers certainly seem to be milking the current interest in Scandinavian lifestyle books; The Little Book of Lyyke: The Danish Search for the World's Happiest People is by the author of The Little Book of Hygge: The Danish Way to Live Well, which I found rather lovely. The intentio...

    Absolutely lovely. ...

    Loved this! So much more inspiration than The Little Book of Hygge. ...

    I won this in the giveaways in exchange for an honest review. Following on from The Little Book of Hygge, Wiking looks at happiness around the world and talks about the studies he's done. This is a beautifully presented little book with illustrations and photographs throughout. I'm not...

    The world definitely needs more Lykke right now . . . and one of the most profound points that the author makes in this book is that individual happiness and communal happiness are inextricably linked. Focusing on six major indicators of happiness - togetherness, money, health, freedom...

  • Madelyne
    Jan 09, 2018

    I am so glad that I loved this second book as much as I enjoyed The Little Book of Hygge: The Danish Way to Live Well! Lykke (Luu-kah) (n): Happiness This book takes us on a treasure hunt, looking for the keys to happiness around the world. The book discusses togetherness, money,...

    Originally posted on A Frolic Through Fiction *Thank you to the publisher for sending me a copy of this book. This in no way affects my opinion of the book. Oh what a lovely little book. Just like Meik Wiking?s other book ? The Little Book of Hygge ? this book is just ...

    That's literally happiness in a book form! ? Please, read it! I guarantee you that you'll feel inspired to do more with your life and loved ones! I'd read anything that Meik writes in the future. ...

    What a charming little book! I read a lot of heavy spiritual books with the aim of learning how to lead a more fulfilling life and these tend to be dense and rich in material on the psyche. This was such a breath of fresh air! It was so refreshing to read about tangible ways of enhanci...

    I loved this book and I plan on reading it again, with a notebook at hand. It made me smile, it made me think and it helped me realize what potential we all have. ...

    Toen ik zag dat er een nieuw boek was van de schrijver van Hygge: de Deense kunst van het leven, wist ik dat ik dit boek ook wilde lezen. Dus ik reserveerde hem bij de bibliotheek, haalde hem op en begon meteen! In Lykke vertelt de schrijver over geluk. Hoe kunnen we gelukkig worden...

    Publishers certainly seem to be milking the current interest in Scandinavian lifestyle books; The Little Book of Lyyke: The Danish Search for the World's Happiest People is by the author of The Little Book of Hygge: The Danish Way to Live Well, which I found rather lovely. The intentio...

    Absolutely lovely. ...

    Loved this! So much more inspiration than The Little Book of Hygge. ...

    I won this in the giveaways in exchange for an honest review. Following on from The Little Book of Hygge, Wiking looks at happiness around the world and talks about the studies he's done. This is a beautifully presented little book with illustrations and photographs throughout. I'm not...

    The world definitely needs more Lykke right now . . . and one of the most profound points that the author makes in this book is that individual happiness and communal happiness are inextricably linked. Focusing on six major indicators of happiness - togetherness, money, health, freedom...

    The Little Book of Lykke was my first read of 2018, and it was the perfect choice to start the year off positively. I highly recommend it to everyone. It?s an excellent follow-up book to The Little Book of Hygge, full of inspiration for how you can participate in creating a kinder, h...

    I have been a big fan of Meik ever since I read The Little Book of Hygge. With that in mind, I had high hopes for his next book and it has still managed to exceed my expectations! Meik understands that each of us are unique and I loved that he shared what can make people happy from...

    The last of the September reads. There is something about togetherness and feeling close to those around you that this book hits right on the spot. This sweet book shows how we can find a little bit more happiness in our lives. It's not rocket science, but I did take away some ideas fr...

    4.5 stars ...

    This was an interesting read. There was quite a lot of information about happiness and what can make people happy. I didn't love this one as much as his first book but I still quite enjoyed this one. ...

    Neste volume Meike Wiking explora a felicidade (e a procura dela) em coisas mais realistas e quotidianas como o dinheiro e saúde. Apesar de ser muito interessante tal como O Livro do Hygge, neste livro houve uma abordagem mais seguida por histórias reais que, apesar de muito interess...

    I thought this was going to be a disappointing read, nothing but a publisher's ploy to make more money out of a tried and tested author (and let's face it, it still is) BUT I really loved reading this. I loved the photos included, and I loved the style of illustrations. I liked the glo...

    ?Everything runs smoothly in Denmark. Well, almost. Four years ago, one train did arrive five minutes late. The passengers each got a letter of apology from the prime minister and a designer chair of their choice as compensation.? . I read ?The Little Book Of Lykke? on and of...

    Very cute easy read. I basically skimmed through this and will probably glance at it every so often between books. There are a great deal of common sense ideas to be happy along with supporting evidence. I?ve been to Denmark and it?s a very lovely and admirable country. Would the w...

    It was nice to see the results of researchs done on this subjects and the factors affecting happiness. However i didn?t enjoy it as much as i did hygge. I think it?s because it doesn?t really give a take home message. Sure, it?s not the whole point of the book (and i wasn?t...

    His job is FASCINATING and I applaud him for what he does- but the book was annoying with his endless bragging about Denmark. I was confused by how often he compared the Danes studies to the United States when the population and demographics make it very difficult to produce a sound ar...

    Another great book?I?m fascinated with the interesting little tidbits he gives us on what makes happier people. I loved the part about reading ?literary fiction? and how that makes people more empathetic. I mean, I already knew it, but it?s nice to hear stuff you?ve thought...

    Een mooi boek, met een fijne positieve insteek. Er staan absoluut nuttige tips in, maar ik vind het geen must-read. Gewoon een leuk boek voor tussendoor :). ...

    I found this one to be pretty disappointing. The author apparently researches happiness through a think tank in Denmark. According to him, there are six elements to happiness: health, money, togetherness, trust, freedom, and kindness. Each chapter of the book goes over these elements: ...

    From now on Meik Wiking should release a new book every December and that is how I should start my new year. Always. This is how I started 2017 and how I started this year. Even though I pre-ordered this book and received it the day of its publication, I was hard pressed to pass up lis...

  • Ricki Treleaven
    Jan 03, 2018

    I am so glad that I loved this second book as much as I enjoyed The Little Book of Hygge: The Danish Way to Live Well! Lykke (Luu-kah) (n): Happiness This book takes us on a treasure hunt, looking for the keys to happiness around the world. The book discusses togetherness, money,...

    Originally posted on A Frolic Through Fiction *Thank you to the publisher for sending me a copy of this book. This in no way affects my opinion of the book. Oh what a lovely little book. Just like Meik Wiking?s other book ? The Little Book of Hygge ? this book is just ...

    That's literally happiness in a book form! ? Please, read it! I guarantee you that you'll feel inspired to do more with your life and loved ones! I'd read anything that Meik writes in the future. ...

    What a charming little book! I read a lot of heavy spiritual books with the aim of learning how to lead a more fulfilling life and these tend to be dense and rich in material on the psyche. This was such a breath of fresh air! It was so refreshing to read about tangible ways of enhanci...

    I loved this book and I plan on reading it again, with a notebook at hand. It made me smile, it made me think and it helped me realize what potential we all have. ...

    Toen ik zag dat er een nieuw boek was van de schrijver van Hygge: de Deense kunst van het leven, wist ik dat ik dit boek ook wilde lezen. Dus ik reserveerde hem bij de bibliotheek, haalde hem op en begon meteen! In Lykke vertelt de schrijver over geluk. Hoe kunnen we gelukkig worden...

    Publishers certainly seem to be milking the current interest in Scandinavian lifestyle books; The Little Book of Lyyke: The Danish Search for the World's Happiest People is by the author of The Little Book of Hygge: The Danish Way to Live Well, which I found rather lovely. The intentio...

    Absolutely lovely. ...

    Loved this! So much more inspiration than The Little Book of Hygge. ...

    I won this in the giveaways in exchange for an honest review. Following on from The Little Book of Hygge, Wiking looks at happiness around the world and talks about the studies he's done. This is a beautifully presented little book with illustrations and photographs throughout. I'm not...

    The world definitely needs more Lykke right now . . . and one of the most profound points that the author makes in this book is that individual happiness and communal happiness are inextricably linked. Focusing on six major indicators of happiness - togetherness, money, health, freedom...

    The Little Book of Lykke was my first read of 2018, and it was the perfect choice to start the year off positively. I highly recommend it to everyone. It?s an excellent follow-up book to The Little Book of Hygge, full of inspiration for how you can participate in creating a kinder, h...

    I have been a big fan of Meik ever since I read The Little Book of Hygge. With that in mind, I had high hopes for his next book and it has still managed to exceed my expectations! Meik understands that each of us are unique and I loved that he shared what can make people happy from...

    The last of the September reads. There is something about togetherness and feeling close to those around you that this book hits right on the spot. This sweet book shows how we can find a little bit more happiness in our lives. It's not rocket science, but I did take away some ideas fr...

    4.5 stars ...

    This was an interesting read. There was quite a lot of information about happiness and what can make people happy. I didn't love this one as much as his first book but I still quite enjoyed this one. ...

    Neste volume Meike Wiking explora a felicidade (e a procura dela) em coisas mais realistas e quotidianas como o dinheiro e saúde. Apesar de ser muito interessante tal como O Livro do Hygge, neste livro houve uma abordagem mais seguida por histórias reais que, apesar de muito interess...

    I thought this was going to be a disappointing read, nothing but a publisher's ploy to make more money out of a tried and tested author (and let's face it, it still is) BUT I really loved reading this. I loved the photos included, and I loved the style of illustrations. I liked the glo...

    ?Everything runs smoothly in Denmark. Well, almost. Four years ago, one train did arrive five minutes late. The passengers each got a letter of apology from the prime minister and a designer chair of their choice as compensation.? . I read ?The Little Book Of Lykke? on and of...

    Very cute easy read. I basically skimmed through this and will probably glance at it every so often between books. There are a great deal of common sense ideas to be happy along with supporting evidence. I?ve been to Denmark and it?s a very lovely and admirable country. Would the w...

    It was nice to see the results of researchs done on this subjects and the factors affecting happiness. However i didn?t enjoy it as much as i did hygge. I think it?s because it doesn?t really give a take home message. Sure, it?s not the whole point of the book (and i wasn?t...

    His job is FASCINATING and I applaud him for what he does- but the book was annoying with his endless bragging about Denmark. I was confused by how often he compared the Danes studies to the United States when the population and demographics make it very difficult to produce a sound ar...

    Another great book?I?m fascinated with the interesting little tidbits he gives us on what makes happier people. I loved the part about reading ?literary fiction? and how that makes people more empathetic. I mean, I already knew it, but it?s nice to hear stuff you?ve thought...

    Een mooi boek, met een fijne positieve insteek. Er staan absoluut nuttige tips in, maar ik vind het geen must-read. Gewoon een leuk boek voor tussendoor :). ...

    I found this one to be pretty disappointing. The author apparently researches happiness through a think tank in Denmark. According to him, there are six elements to happiness: health, money, togetherness, trust, freedom, and kindness. Each chapter of the book goes over these elements: ...

    From now on Meik Wiking should release a new book every December and that is how I should start my new year. Always. This is how I started 2017 and how I started this year. Even though I pre-ordered this book and received it the day of its publication, I was hard pressed to pass up lis...

    This book looks at six major factors that contribute to happiness based on research: togetherness, money, health, freedom, trust, and kindness. Wiking discusses where in the world you find nations who do a decent job with these pieces of the happiness puzzle and which ones fail. Now ob...

  • Rita
    Jan 30, 2018

    I am so glad that I loved this second book as much as I enjoyed The Little Book of Hygge: The Danish Way to Live Well! Lykke (Luu-kah) (n): Happiness This book takes us on a treasure hunt, looking for the keys to happiness around the world. The book discusses togetherness, money,...

    Originally posted on A Frolic Through Fiction *Thank you to the publisher for sending me a copy of this book. This in no way affects my opinion of the book. Oh what a lovely little book. Just like Meik Wiking?s other book ? The Little Book of Hygge ? this book is just ...

    That's literally happiness in a book form! ? Please, read it! I guarantee you that you'll feel inspired to do more with your life and loved ones! I'd read anything that Meik writes in the future. ...

    What a charming little book! I read a lot of heavy spiritual books with the aim of learning how to lead a more fulfilling life and these tend to be dense and rich in material on the psyche. This was such a breath of fresh air! It was so refreshing to read about tangible ways of enhanci...

    I loved this book and I plan on reading it again, with a notebook at hand. It made me smile, it made me think and it helped me realize what potential we all have. ...

    Toen ik zag dat er een nieuw boek was van de schrijver van Hygge: de Deense kunst van het leven, wist ik dat ik dit boek ook wilde lezen. Dus ik reserveerde hem bij de bibliotheek, haalde hem op en begon meteen! In Lykke vertelt de schrijver over geluk. Hoe kunnen we gelukkig worden...

    Publishers certainly seem to be milking the current interest in Scandinavian lifestyle books; The Little Book of Lyyke: The Danish Search for the World's Happiest People is by the author of The Little Book of Hygge: The Danish Way to Live Well, which I found rather lovely. The intentio...

    Absolutely lovely. ...

    Loved this! So much more inspiration than The Little Book of Hygge. ...

    I won this in the giveaways in exchange for an honest review. Following on from The Little Book of Hygge, Wiking looks at happiness around the world and talks about the studies he's done. This is a beautifully presented little book with illustrations and photographs throughout. I'm not...

    The world definitely needs more Lykke right now . . . and one of the most profound points that the author makes in this book is that individual happiness and communal happiness are inextricably linked. Focusing on six major indicators of happiness - togetherness, money, health, freedom...

    The Little Book of Lykke was my first read of 2018, and it was the perfect choice to start the year off positively. I highly recommend it to everyone. It?s an excellent follow-up book to The Little Book of Hygge, full of inspiration for how you can participate in creating a kinder, h...

    I have been a big fan of Meik ever since I read The Little Book of Hygge. With that in mind, I had high hopes for his next book and it has still managed to exceed my expectations! Meik understands that each of us are unique and I loved that he shared what can make people happy from...

    The last of the September reads. There is something about togetherness and feeling close to those around you that this book hits right on the spot. This sweet book shows how we can find a little bit more happiness in our lives. It's not rocket science, but I did take away some ideas fr...

    4.5 stars ...

    This was an interesting read. There was quite a lot of information about happiness and what can make people happy. I didn't love this one as much as his first book but I still quite enjoyed this one. ...

    Neste volume Meike Wiking explora a felicidade (e a procura dela) em coisas mais realistas e quotidianas como o dinheiro e saúde. Apesar de ser muito interessante tal como O Livro do Hygge, neste livro houve uma abordagem mais seguida por histórias reais que, apesar de muito interess...

  • Inge
    Sep 19, 2017

    I am so glad that I loved this second book as much as I enjoyed The Little Book of Hygge: The Danish Way to Live Well! Lykke (Luu-kah) (n): Happiness This book takes us on a treasure hunt, looking for the keys to happiness around the world. The book discusses togetherness, money,...

    Originally posted on A Frolic Through Fiction *Thank you to the publisher for sending me a copy of this book. This in no way affects my opinion of the book. Oh what a lovely little book. Just like Meik Wiking?s other book ? The Little Book of Hygge ? this book is just ...

    That's literally happiness in a book form! ? Please, read it! I guarantee you that you'll feel inspired to do more with your life and loved ones! I'd read anything that Meik writes in the future. ...

    What a charming little book! I read a lot of heavy spiritual books with the aim of learning how to lead a more fulfilling life and these tend to be dense and rich in material on the psyche. This was such a breath of fresh air! It was so refreshing to read about tangible ways of enhanci...

    I loved this book and I plan on reading it again, with a notebook at hand. It made me smile, it made me think and it helped me realize what potential we all have. ...

    Toen ik zag dat er een nieuw boek was van de schrijver van Hygge: de Deense kunst van het leven, wist ik dat ik dit boek ook wilde lezen. Dus ik reserveerde hem bij de bibliotheek, haalde hem op en begon meteen! In Lykke vertelt de schrijver over geluk. Hoe kunnen we gelukkig worden...

    Publishers certainly seem to be milking the current interest in Scandinavian lifestyle books; The Little Book of Lyyke: The Danish Search for the World's Happiest People is by the author of The Little Book of Hygge: The Danish Way to Live Well, which I found rather lovely. The intentio...

    Absolutely lovely. ...

  • Melis
    Jan 19, 2018

    I am so glad that I loved this second book as much as I enjoyed The Little Book of Hygge: The Danish Way to Live Well! Lykke (Luu-kah) (n): Happiness This book takes us on a treasure hunt, looking for the keys to happiness around the world. The book discusses togetherness, money,...

    Originally posted on A Frolic Through Fiction *Thank you to the publisher for sending me a copy of this book. This in no way affects my opinion of the book. Oh what a lovely little book. Just like Meik Wiking?s other book ? The Little Book of Hygge ? this book is just ...

    That's literally happiness in a book form! ? Please, read it! I guarantee you that you'll feel inspired to do more with your life and loved ones! I'd read anything that Meik writes in the future. ...

    What a charming little book! I read a lot of heavy spiritual books with the aim of learning how to lead a more fulfilling life and these tend to be dense and rich in material on the psyche. This was such a breath of fresh air! It was so refreshing to read about tangible ways of enhanci...

    I loved this book and I plan on reading it again, with a notebook at hand. It made me smile, it made me think and it helped me realize what potential we all have. ...

    Toen ik zag dat er een nieuw boek was van de schrijver van Hygge: de Deense kunst van het leven, wist ik dat ik dit boek ook wilde lezen. Dus ik reserveerde hem bij de bibliotheek, haalde hem op en begon meteen! In Lykke vertelt de schrijver over geluk. Hoe kunnen we gelukkig worden...

    Publishers certainly seem to be milking the current interest in Scandinavian lifestyle books; The Little Book of Lyyke: The Danish Search for the World's Happiest People is by the author of The Little Book of Hygge: The Danish Way to Live Well, which I found rather lovely. The intentio...

    Absolutely lovely. ...

    Loved this! So much more inspiration than The Little Book of Hygge. ...

    I won this in the giveaways in exchange for an honest review. Following on from The Little Book of Hygge, Wiking looks at happiness around the world and talks about the studies he's done. This is a beautifully presented little book with illustrations and photographs throughout. I'm not...

    The world definitely needs more Lykke right now . . . and one of the most profound points that the author makes in this book is that individual happiness and communal happiness are inextricably linked. Focusing on six major indicators of happiness - togetherness, money, health, freedom...

    The Little Book of Lykke was my first read of 2018, and it was the perfect choice to start the year off positively. I highly recommend it to everyone. It?s an excellent follow-up book to The Little Book of Hygge, full of inspiration for how you can participate in creating a kinder, h...

    I have been a big fan of Meik ever since I read The Little Book of Hygge. With that in mind, I had high hopes for his next book and it has still managed to exceed my expectations! Meik understands that each of us are unique and I loved that he shared what can make people happy from...

    The last of the September reads. There is something about togetherness and feeling close to those around you that this book hits right on the spot. This sweet book shows how we can find a little bit more happiness in our lives. It's not rocket science, but I did take away some ideas fr...

    4.5 stars ...

    This was an interesting read. There was quite a lot of information about happiness and what can make people happy. I didn't love this one as much as his first book but I still quite enjoyed this one. ...

    Neste volume Meike Wiking explora a felicidade (e a procura dela) em coisas mais realistas e quotidianas como o dinheiro e saúde. Apesar de ser muito interessante tal como O Livro do Hygge, neste livro houve uma abordagem mais seguida por histórias reais que, apesar de muito interess...

    I thought this was going to be a disappointing read, nothing but a publisher's ploy to make more money out of a tried and tested author (and let's face it, it still is) BUT I really loved reading this. I loved the photos included, and I loved the style of illustrations. I liked the glo...

    ?Everything runs smoothly in Denmark. Well, almost. Four years ago, one train did arrive five minutes late. The passengers each got a letter of apology from the prime minister and a designer chair of their choice as compensation.? . I read ?The Little Book Of Lykke? on and of...

    Very cute easy read. I basically skimmed through this and will probably glance at it every so often between books. There are a great deal of common sense ideas to be happy along with supporting evidence. I?ve been to Denmark and it?s a very lovely and admirable country. Would the w...

    It was nice to see the results of researchs done on this subjects and the factors affecting happiness. However i didn?t enjoy it as much as i did hygge. I think it?s because it doesn?t really give a take home message. Sure, it?s not the whole point of the book (and i wasn?t...

  • Clare
    Jan 05, 2018

    I am so glad that I loved this second book as much as I enjoyed The Little Book of Hygge: The Danish Way to Live Well! Lykke (Luu-kah) (n): Happiness This book takes us on a treasure hunt, looking for the keys to happiness around the world. The book discusses togetherness, money,...

    Originally posted on A Frolic Through Fiction *Thank you to the publisher for sending me a copy of this book. This in no way affects my opinion of the book. Oh what a lovely little book. Just like Meik Wiking?s other book ? The Little Book of Hygge ? this book is just ...

    That's literally happiness in a book form! ? Please, read it! I guarantee you that you'll feel inspired to do more with your life and loved ones! I'd read anything that Meik writes in the future. ...

    What a charming little book! I read a lot of heavy spiritual books with the aim of learning how to lead a more fulfilling life and these tend to be dense and rich in material on the psyche. This was such a breath of fresh air! It was so refreshing to read about tangible ways of enhanci...

    I loved this book and I plan on reading it again, with a notebook at hand. It made me smile, it made me think and it helped me realize what potential we all have. ...

    Toen ik zag dat er een nieuw boek was van de schrijver van Hygge: de Deense kunst van het leven, wist ik dat ik dit boek ook wilde lezen. Dus ik reserveerde hem bij de bibliotheek, haalde hem op en begon meteen! In Lykke vertelt de schrijver over geluk. Hoe kunnen we gelukkig worden...

    Publishers certainly seem to be milking the current interest in Scandinavian lifestyle books; The Little Book of Lyyke: The Danish Search for the World's Happiest People is by the author of The Little Book of Hygge: The Danish Way to Live Well, which I found rather lovely. The intentio...

    Absolutely lovely. ...

    Loved this! So much more inspiration than The Little Book of Hygge. ...

    I won this in the giveaways in exchange for an honest review. Following on from The Little Book of Hygge, Wiking looks at happiness around the world and talks about the studies he's done. This is a beautifully presented little book with illustrations and photographs throughout. I'm not...

    The world definitely needs more Lykke right now . . . and one of the most profound points that the author makes in this book is that individual happiness and communal happiness are inextricably linked. Focusing on six major indicators of happiness - togetherness, money, health, freedom...

    The Little Book of Lykke was my first read of 2018, and it was the perfect choice to start the year off positively. I highly recommend it to everyone. It?s an excellent follow-up book to The Little Book of Hygge, full of inspiration for how you can participate in creating a kinder, h...

    I have been a big fan of Meik ever since I read The Little Book of Hygge. With that in mind, I had high hopes for his next book and it has still managed to exceed my expectations! Meik understands that each of us are unique and I loved that he shared what can make people happy from...

    The last of the September reads. There is something about togetherness and feeling close to those around you that this book hits right on the spot. This sweet book shows how we can find a little bit more happiness in our lives. It's not rocket science, but I did take away some ideas fr...

    4.5 stars ...

  • Kristina
    Oct 21, 2017

    I am so glad that I loved this second book as much as I enjoyed The Little Book of Hygge: The Danish Way to Live Well! Lykke (Luu-kah) (n): Happiness This book takes us on a treasure hunt, looking for the keys to happiness around the world. The book discusses togetherness, money,...

    Originally posted on A Frolic Through Fiction *Thank you to the publisher for sending me a copy of this book. This in no way affects my opinion of the book. Oh what a lovely little book. Just like Meik Wiking?s other book ? The Little Book of Hygge ? this book is just ...

    That's literally happiness in a book form! ? Please, read it! I guarantee you that you'll feel inspired to do more with your life and loved ones! I'd read anything that Meik writes in the future. ...

  • Charlotte Langstroth
    Oct 28, 2017

    I am so glad that I loved this second book as much as I enjoyed The Little Book of Hygge: The Danish Way to Live Well! Lykke (Luu-kah) (n): Happiness This book takes us on a treasure hunt, looking for the keys to happiness around the world. The book discusses togetherness, money,...

    Originally posted on A Frolic Through Fiction *Thank you to the publisher for sending me a copy of this book. This in no way affects my opinion of the book. Oh what a lovely little book. Just like Meik Wiking?s other book ? The Little Book of Hygge ? this book is just ...

    That's literally happiness in a book form! ? Please, read it! I guarantee you that you'll feel inspired to do more with your life and loved ones! I'd read anything that Meik writes in the future. ...

    What a charming little book! I read a lot of heavy spiritual books with the aim of learning how to lead a more fulfilling life and these tend to be dense and rich in material on the psyche. This was such a breath of fresh air! It was so refreshing to read about tangible ways of enhanci...

    I loved this book and I plan on reading it again, with a notebook at hand. It made me smile, it made me think and it helped me realize what potential we all have. ...

    Toen ik zag dat er een nieuw boek was van de schrijver van Hygge: de Deense kunst van het leven, wist ik dat ik dit boek ook wilde lezen. Dus ik reserveerde hem bij de bibliotheek, haalde hem op en begon meteen! In Lykke vertelt de schrijver over geluk. Hoe kunnen we gelukkig worden...

    Publishers certainly seem to be milking the current interest in Scandinavian lifestyle books; The Little Book of Lyyke: The Danish Search for the World's Happiest People is by the author of The Little Book of Hygge: The Danish Way to Live Well, which I found rather lovely. The intentio...

    Absolutely lovely. ...

    Loved this! So much more inspiration than The Little Book of Hygge. ...

    I won this in the giveaways in exchange for an honest review. Following on from The Little Book of Hygge, Wiking looks at happiness around the world and talks about the studies he's done. This is a beautifully presented little book with illustrations and photographs throughout. I'm not...

    The world definitely needs more Lykke right now . . . and one of the most profound points that the author makes in this book is that individual happiness and communal happiness are inextricably linked. Focusing on six major indicators of happiness - togetherness, money, health, freedom...

    The Little Book of Lykke was my first read of 2018, and it was the perfect choice to start the year off positively. I highly recommend it to everyone. It?s an excellent follow-up book to The Little Book of Hygge, full of inspiration for how you can participate in creating a kinder, h...

    I have been a big fan of Meik ever since I read The Little Book of Hygge. With that in mind, I had high hopes for his next book and it has still managed to exceed my expectations! Meik understands that each of us are unique and I loved that he shared what can make people happy from...

    The last of the September reads. There is something about togetherness and feeling close to those around you that this book hits right on the spot. This sweet book shows how we can find a little bit more happiness in our lives. It's not rocket science, but I did take away some ideas fr...

    4.5 stars ...

    This was an interesting read. There was quite a lot of information about happiness and what can make people happy. I didn't love this one as much as his first book but I still quite enjoyed this one. ...

    Neste volume Meike Wiking explora a felicidade (e a procura dela) em coisas mais realistas e quotidianas como o dinheiro e saúde. Apesar de ser muito interessante tal como O Livro do Hygge, neste livro houve uma abordagem mais seguida por histórias reais que, apesar de muito interess...

    I thought this was going to be a disappointing read, nothing but a publisher's ploy to make more money out of a tried and tested author (and let's face it, it still is) BUT I really loved reading this. I loved the photos included, and I loved the style of illustrations. I liked the glo...

    ?Everything runs smoothly in Denmark. Well, almost. Four years ago, one train did arrive five minutes late. The passengers each got a letter of apology from the prime minister and a designer chair of their choice as compensation.? . I read ?The Little Book Of Lykke? on and of...

  • Ashleigh (a frolic through fiction)
    Sep 15, 2017

    I am so glad that I loved this second book as much as I enjoyed The Little Book of Hygge: The Danish Way to Live Well! Lykke (Luu-kah) (n): Happiness This book takes us on a treasure hunt, looking for the keys to happiness around the world. The book discusses togetherness, money,...

    Originally posted on A Frolic Through Fiction *Thank you to the publisher for sending me a copy of this book. This in no way affects my opinion of the book. Oh what a lovely little book. Just like Meik Wiking?s other book ? The Little Book of Hygge ? this book is just ...

  • Hannah
    Jan 01, 2018

    I am so glad that I loved this second book as much as I enjoyed The Little Book of Hygge: The Danish Way to Live Well! Lykke (Luu-kah) (n): Happiness This book takes us on a treasure hunt, looking for the keys to happiness around the world. The book discusses togetherness, money,...

    Originally posted on A Frolic Through Fiction *Thank you to the publisher for sending me a copy of this book. This in no way affects my opinion of the book. Oh what a lovely little book. Just like Meik Wiking?s other book ? The Little Book of Hygge ? this book is just ...

    That's literally happiness in a book form! ? Please, read it! I guarantee you that you'll feel inspired to do more with your life and loved ones! I'd read anything that Meik writes in the future. ...

    What a charming little book! I read a lot of heavy spiritual books with the aim of learning how to lead a more fulfilling life and these tend to be dense and rich in material on the psyche. This was such a breath of fresh air! It was so refreshing to read about tangible ways of enhanci...

    I loved this book and I plan on reading it again, with a notebook at hand. It made me smile, it made me think and it helped me realize what potential we all have. ...

    Toen ik zag dat er een nieuw boek was van de schrijver van Hygge: de Deense kunst van het leven, wist ik dat ik dit boek ook wilde lezen. Dus ik reserveerde hem bij de bibliotheek, haalde hem op en begon meteen! In Lykke vertelt de schrijver over geluk. Hoe kunnen we gelukkig worden...

    Publishers certainly seem to be milking the current interest in Scandinavian lifestyle books; The Little Book of Lyyke: The Danish Search for the World's Happiest People is by the author of The Little Book of Hygge: The Danish Way to Live Well, which I found rather lovely. The intentio...

    Absolutely lovely. ...

    Loved this! So much more inspiration than The Little Book of Hygge. ...

    I won this in the giveaways in exchange for an honest review. Following on from The Little Book of Hygge, Wiking looks at happiness around the world and talks about the studies he's done. This is a beautifully presented little book with illustrations and photographs throughout. I'm not...

    The world definitely needs more Lykke right now . . . and one of the most profound points that the author makes in this book is that individual happiness and communal happiness are inextricably linked. Focusing on six major indicators of happiness - togetherness, money, health, freedom...

    The Little Book of Lykke was my first read of 2018, and it was the perfect choice to start the year off positively. I highly recommend it to everyone. It?s an excellent follow-up book to The Little Book of Hygge, full of inspiration for how you can participate in creating a kinder, h...

  • Krystal
    Dec 02, 2017

    I am so glad that I loved this second book as much as I enjoyed The Little Book of Hygge: The Danish Way to Live Well! Lykke (Luu-kah) (n): Happiness This book takes us on a treasure hunt, looking for the keys to happiness around the world. The book discusses togetherness, money,...

    Originally posted on A Frolic Through Fiction *Thank you to the publisher for sending me a copy of this book. This in no way affects my opinion of the book. Oh what a lovely little book. Just like Meik Wiking?s other book ? The Little Book of Hygge ? this book is just ...

    That's literally happiness in a book form! ? Please, read it! I guarantee you that you'll feel inspired to do more with your life and loved ones! I'd read anything that Meik writes in the future. ...

    What a charming little book! I read a lot of heavy spiritual books with the aim of learning how to lead a more fulfilling life and these tend to be dense and rich in material on the psyche. This was such a breath of fresh air! It was so refreshing to read about tangible ways of enhanci...

  • Scott
    Feb 06, 2018

    I am so glad that I loved this second book as much as I enjoyed The Little Book of Hygge: The Danish Way to Live Well! Lykke (Luu-kah) (n): Happiness This book takes us on a treasure hunt, looking for the keys to happiness around the world. The book discusses togetherness, money,...

    Originally posted on A Frolic Through Fiction *Thank you to the publisher for sending me a copy of this book. This in no way affects my opinion of the book. Oh what a lovely little book. Just like Meik Wiking?s other book ? The Little Book of Hygge ? this book is just ...

    That's literally happiness in a book form! ? Please, read it! I guarantee you that you'll feel inspired to do more with your life and loved ones! I'd read anything that Meik writes in the future. ...

    What a charming little book! I read a lot of heavy spiritual books with the aim of learning how to lead a more fulfilling life and these tend to be dense and rich in material on the psyche. This was such a breath of fresh air! It was so refreshing to read about tangible ways of enhanci...

    I loved this book and I plan on reading it again, with a notebook at hand. It made me smile, it made me think and it helped me realize what potential we all have. ...

    Toen ik zag dat er een nieuw boek was van de schrijver van Hygge: de Deense kunst van het leven, wist ik dat ik dit boek ook wilde lezen. Dus ik reserveerde hem bij de bibliotheek, haalde hem op en begon meteen! In Lykke vertelt de schrijver over geluk. Hoe kunnen we gelukkig worden...

    Publishers certainly seem to be milking the current interest in Scandinavian lifestyle books; The Little Book of Lyyke: The Danish Search for the World's Happiest People is by the author of The Little Book of Hygge: The Danish Way to Live Well, which I found rather lovely. The intentio...

    Absolutely lovely. ...

    Loved this! So much more inspiration than The Little Book of Hygge. ...

    I won this in the giveaways in exchange for an honest review. Following on from The Little Book of Hygge, Wiking looks at happiness around the world and talks about the studies he's done. This is a beautifully presented little book with illustrations and photographs throughout. I'm not...

    The world definitely needs more Lykke right now . . . and one of the most profound points that the author makes in this book is that individual happiness and communal happiness are inextricably linked. Focusing on six major indicators of happiness - togetherness, money, health, freedom...

    The Little Book of Lykke was my first read of 2018, and it was the perfect choice to start the year off positively. I highly recommend it to everyone. It?s an excellent follow-up book to The Little Book of Hygge, full of inspiration for how you can participate in creating a kinder, h...

    I have been a big fan of Meik ever since I read The Little Book of Hygge. With that in mind, I had high hopes for his next book and it has still managed to exceed my expectations! Meik understands that each of us are unique and I loved that he shared what can make people happy from...

    The last of the September reads. There is something about togetherness and feeling close to those around you that this book hits right on the spot. This sweet book shows how we can find a little bit more happiness in our lives. It's not rocket science, but I did take away some ideas fr...

    4.5 stars ...

    This was an interesting read. There was quite a lot of information about happiness and what can make people happy. I didn't love this one as much as his first book but I still quite enjoyed this one. ...

    Neste volume Meike Wiking explora a felicidade (e a procura dela) em coisas mais realistas e quotidianas como o dinheiro e saúde. Apesar de ser muito interessante tal como O Livro do Hygge, neste livro houve uma abordagem mais seguida por histórias reais que, apesar de muito interess...

    I thought this was going to be a disappointing read, nothing but a publisher's ploy to make more money out of a tried and tested author (and let's face it, it still is) BUT I really loved reading this. I loved the photos included, and I loved the style of illustrations. I liked the glo...

    ?Everything runs smoothly in Denmark. Well, almost. Four years ago, one train did arrive five minutes late. The passengers each got a letter of apology from the prime minister and a designer chair of their choice as compensation.? . I read ?The Little Book Of Lykke? on and of...

    Very cute easy read. I basically skimmed through this and will probably glance at it every so often between books. There are a great deal of common sense ideas to be happy along with supporting evidence. I?ve been to Denmark and it?s a very lovely and admirable country. Would the w...

    It was nice to see the results of researchs done on this subjects and the factors affecting happiness. However i didn?t enjoy it as much as i did hygge. I think it?s because it doesn?t really give a take home message. Sure, it?s not the whole point of the book (and i wasn?t...

    His job is FASCINATING and I applaud him for what he does- but the book was annoying with his endless bragging about Denmark. I was confused by how often he compared the Danes studies to the United States when the population and demographics make it very difficult to produce a sound ar...

    Another great book?I?m fascinated with the interesting little tidbits he gives us on what makes happier people. I loved the part about reading ?literary fiction? and how that makes people more empathetic. I mean, I already knew it, but it?s nice to hear stuff you?ve thought...

    Een mooi boek, met een fijne positieve insteek. Er staan absoluut nuttige tips in, maar ik vind het geen must-read. Gewoon een leuk boek voor tussendoor :). ...

    I found this one to be pretty disappointing. The author apparently researches happiness through a think tank in Denmark. According to him, there are six elements to happiness: health, money, togetherness, trust, freedom, and kindness. Each chapter of the book goes over these elements: ...

  • Amena
    Oct 04, 2017

    I am so glad that I loved this second book as much as I enjoyed The Little Book of Hygge: The Danish Way to Live Well! Lykke (Luu-kah) (n): Happiness This book takes us on a treasure hunt, looking for the keys to happiness around the world. The book discusses togetherness, money,...

    Originally posted on A Frolic Through Fiction *Thank you to the publisher for sending me a copy of this book. This in no way affects my opinion of the book. Oh what a lovely little book. Just like Meik Wiking?s other book ? The Little Book of Hygge ? this book is just ...

    That's literally happiness in a book form! ? Please, read it! I guarantee you that you'll feel inspired to do more with your life and loved ones! I'd read anything that Meik writes in the future. ...

    What a charming little book! I read a lot of heavy spiritual books with the aim of learning how to lead a more fulfilling life and these tend to be dense and rich in material on the psyche. This was such a breath of fresh air! It was so refreshing to read about tangible ways of enhanci...

    I loved this book and I plan on reading it again, with a notebook at hand. It made me smile, it made me think and it helped me realize what potential we all have. ...

    Toen ik zag dat er een nieuw boek was van de schrijver van Hygge: de Deense kunst van het leven, wist ik dat ik dit boek ook wilde lezen. Dus ik reserveerde hem bij de bibliotheek, haalde hem op en begon meteen! In Lykke vertelt de schrijver over geluk. Hoe kunnen we gelukkig worden...

    Publishers certainly seem to be milking the current interest in Scandinavian lifestyle books; The Little Book of Lyyke: The Danish Search for the World's Happiest People is by the author of The Little Book of Hygge: The Danish Way to Live Well, which I found rather lovely. The intentio...

    Absolutely lovely. ...

    Loved this! So much more inspiration than The Little Book of Hygge. ...

    I won this in the giveaways in exchange for an honest review. Following on from The Little Book of Hygge, Wiking looks at happiness around the world and talks about the studies he's done. This is a beautifully presented little book with illustrations and photographs throughout. I'm not...

    The world definitely needs more Lykke right now . . . and one of the most profound points that the author makes in this book is that individual happiness and communal happiness are inextricably linked. Focusing on six major indicators of happiness - togetherness, money, health, freedom...

    The Little Book of Lykke was my first read of 2018, and it was the perfect choice to start the year off positively. I highly recommend it to everyone. It?s an excellent follow-up book to The Little Book of Hygge, full of inspiration for how you can participate in creating a kinder, h...

    I have been a big fan of Meik ever since I read The Little Book of Hygge. With that in mind, I had high hopes for his next book and it has still managed to exceed my expectations! Meik understands that each of us are unique and I loved that he shared what can make people happy from...

    The last of the September reads. There is something about togetherness and feeling close to those around you that this book hits right on the spot. This sweet book shows how we can find a little bit more happiness in our lives. It's not rocket science, but I did take away some ideas fr...

  • Zoe (readabilitea)
    Sep 15, 2017

    I am so glad that I loved this second book as much as I enjoyed The Little Book of Hygge: The Danish Way to Live Well! Lykke (Luu-kah) (n): Happiness This book takes us on a treasure hunt, looking for the keys to happiness around the world. The book discusses togetherness, money,...

    Originally posted on A Frolic Through Fiction *Thank you to the publisher for sending me a copy of this book. This in no way affects my opinion of the book. Oh what a lovely little book. Just like Meik Wiking?s other book ? The Little Book of Hygge ? this book is just ...

    That's literally happiness in a book form! ? Please, read it! I guarantee you that you'll feel inspired to do more with your life and loved ones! I'd read anything that Meik writes in the future. ...

    What a charming little book! I read a lot of heavy spiritual books with the aim of learning how to lead a more fulfilling life and these tend to be dense and rich in material on the psyche. This was such a breath of fresh air! It was so refreshing to read about tangible ways of enhanci...

    I loved this book and I plan on reading it again, with a notebook at hand. It made me smile, it made me think and it helped me realize what potential we all have. ...

    Toen ik zag dat er een nieuw boek was van de schrijver van Hygge: de Deense kunst van het leven, wist ik dat ik dit boek ook wilde lezen. Dus ik reserveerde hem bij de bibliotheek, haalde hem op en begon meteen! In Lykke vertelt de schrijver over geluk. Hoe kunnen we gelukkig worden...

    Publishers certainly seem to be milking the current interest in Scandinavian lifestyle books; The Little Book of Lyyke: The Danish Search for the World's Happiest People is by the author of The Little Book of Hygge: The Danish Way to Live Well, which I found rather lovely. The intentio...

    Absolutely lovely. ...

    Loved this! So much more inspiration than The Little Book of Hygge. ...

    I won this in the giveaways in exchange for an honest review. Following on from The Little Book of Hygge, Wiking looks at happiness around the world and talks about the studies he's done. This is a beautifully presented little book with illustrations and photographs throughout. I'm not...

    The world definitely needs more Lykke right now . . . and one of the most profound points that the author makes in this book is that individual happiness and communal happiness are inextricably linked. Focusing on six major indicators of happiness - togetherness, money, health, freedom...

    The Little Book of Lykke was my first read of 2018, and it was the perfect choice to start the year off positively. I highly recommend it to everyone. It?s an excellent follow-up book to The Little Book of Hygge, full of inspiration for how you can participate in creating a kinder, h...

    I have been a big fan of Meik ever since I read The Little Book of Hygge. With that in mind, I had high hopes for his next book and it has still managed to exceed my expectations! Meik understands that each of us are unique and I loved that he shared what can make people happy from...

    The last of the September reads. There is something about togetherness and feeling close to those around you that this book hits right on the spot. This sweet book shows how we can find a little bit more happiness in our lives. It's not rocket science, but I did take away some ideas fr...

    4.5 stars ...

    This was an interesting read. There was quite a lot of information about happiness and what can make people happy. I didn't love this one as much as his first book but I still quite enjoyed this one. ...

    Neste volume Meike Wiking explora a felicidade (e a procura dela) em coisas mais realistas e quotidianas como o dinheiro e saúde. Apesar de ser muito interessante tal como O Livro do Hygge, neste livro houve uma abordagem mais seguida por histórias reais que, apesar de muito interess...

    I thought this was going to be a disappointing read, nothing but a publisher's ploy to make more money out of a tried and tested author (and let's face it, it still is) BUT I really loved reading this. I loved the photos included, and I loved the style of illustrations. I liked the glo...

  • Marieke
    Sep 16, 2017

    I am so glad that I loved this second book as much as I enjoyed The Little Book of Hygge: The Danish Way to Live Well! Lykke (Luu-kah) (n): Happiness This book takes us on a treasure hunt, looking for the keys to happiness around the world. The book discusses togetherness, money,...

    Originally posted on A Frolic Through Fiction *Thank you to the publisher for sending me a copy of this book. This in no way affects my opinion of the book. Oh what a lovely little book. Just like Meik Wiking?s other book ? The Little Book of Hygge ? this book is just ...

    That's literally happiness in a book form! ? Please, read it! I guarantee you that you'll feel inspired to do more with your life and loved ones! I'd read anything that Meik writes in the future. ...

    What a charming little book! I read a lot of heavy spiritual books with the aim of learning how to lead a more fulfilling life and these tend to be dense and rich in material on the psyche. This was such a breath of fresh air! It was so refreshing to read about tangible ways of enhanci...

    I loved this book and I plan on reading it again, with a notebook at hand. It made me smile, it made me think and it helped me realize what potential we all have. ...

    Toen ik zag dat er een nieuw boek was van de schrijver van Hygge: de Deense kunst van het leven, wist ik dat ik dit boek ook wilde lezen. Dus ik reserveerde hem bij de bibliotheek, haalde hem op en begon meteen! In Lykke vertelt de schrijver over geluk. Hoe kunnen we gelukkig worden...

  • Ali Caitrin
    Aug 27, 2017

    I am so glad that I loved this second book as much as I enjoyed The Little Book of Hygge: The Danish Way to Live Well! Lykke (Luu-kah) (n): Happiness This book takes us on a treasure hunt, looking for the keys to happiness around the world. The book discusses togetherness, money,...

    Originally posted on A Frolic Through Fiction *Thank you to the publisher for sending me a copy of this book. This in no way affects my opinion of the book. Oh what a lovely little book. Just like Meik Wiking?s other book ? The Little Book of Hygge ? this book is just ...

    That's literally happiness in a book form! ? Please, read it! I guarantee you that you'll feel inspired to do more with your life and loved ones! I'd read anything that Meik writes in the future. ...

    What a charming little book! I read a lot of heavy spiritual books with the aim of learning how to lead a more fulfilling life and these tend to be dense and rich in material on the psyche. This was such a breath of fresh air! It was so refreshing to read about tangible ways of enhanci...

    I loved this book and I plan on reading it again, with a notebook at hand. It made me smile, it made me think and it helped me realize what potential we all have. ...

    Toen ik zag dat er een nieuw boek was van de schrijver van Hygge: de Deense kunst van het leven, wist ik dat ik dit boek ook wilde lezen. Dus ik reserveerde hem bij de bibliotheek, haalde hem op en begon meteen! In Lykke vertelt de schrijver over geluk. Hoe kunnen we gelukkig worden...

    Publishers certainly seem to be milking the current interest in Scandinavian lifestyle books; The Little Book of Lyyke: The Danish Search for the World's Happiest People is by the author of The Little Book of Hygge: The Danish Way to Live Well, which I found rather lovely. The intentio...

    Absolutely lovely. ...

    Loved this! So much more inspiration than The Little Book of Hygge. ...

    I won this in the giveaways in exchange for an honest review. Following on from The Little Book of Hygge, Wiking looks at happiness around the world and talks about the studies he's done. This is a beautifully presented little book with illustrations and photographs throughout. I'm not...

    The world definitely needs more Lykke right now . . . and one of the most profound points that the author makes in this book is that individual happiness and communal happiness are inextricably linked. Focusing on six major indicators of happiness - togetherness, money, health, freedom...

    The Little Book of Lykke was my first read of 2018, and it was the perfect choice to start the year off positively. I highly recommend it to everyone. It?s an excellent follow-up book to The Little Book of Hygge, full of inspiration for how you can participate in creating a kinder, h...

    I have been a big fan of Meik ever since I read The Little Book of Hygge. With that in mind, I had high hopes for his next book and it has still managed to exceed my expectations! Meik understands that each of us are unique and I loved that he shared what can make people happy from...

  • Christine Spoors
    Aug 24, 2017

    I am so glad that I loved this second book as much as I enjoyed The Little Book of Hygge: The Danish Way to Live Well! Lykke (Luu-kah) (n): Happiness This book takes us on a treasure hunt, looking for the keys to happiness around the world. The book discusses togetherness, money,...

  • J M Shelley
    Oct 01, 2017

    I am so glad that I loved this second book as much as I enjoyed The Little Book of Hygge: The Danish Way to Live Well! Lykke (Luu-kah) (n): Happiness This book takes us on a treasure hunt, looking for the keys to happiness around the world. The book discusses togetherness, money,...

    Originally posted on A Frolic Through Fiction *Thank you to the publisher for sending me a copy of this book. This in no way affects my opinion of the book. Oh what a lovely little book. Just like Meik Wiking?s other book ? The Little Book of Hygge ? this book is just ...

    That's literally happiness in a book form! ? Please, read it! I guarantee you that you'll feel inspired to do more with your life and loved ones! I'd read anything that Meik writes in the future. ...

    What a charming little book! I read a lot of heavy spiritual books with the aim of learning how to lead a more fulfilling life and these tend to be dense and rich in material on the psyche. This was such a breath of fresh air! It was so refreshing to read about tangible ways of enhanci...

    I loved this book and I plan on reading it again, with a notebook at hand. It made me smile, it made me think and it helped me realize what potential we all have. ...

    Toen ik zag dat er een nieuw boek was van de schrijver van Hygge: de Deense kunst van het leven, wist ik dat ik dit boek ook wilde lezen. Dus ik reserveerde hem bij de bibliotheek, haalde hem op en begon meteen! In Lykke vertelt de schrijver over geluk. Hoe kunnen we gelukkig worden...

    Publishers certainly seem to be milking the current interest in Scandinavian lifestyle books; The Little Book of Lyyke: The Danish Search for the World's Happiest People is by the author of The Little Book of Hygge: The Danish Way to Live Well, which I found rather lovely. The intentio...

    Absolutely lovely. ...

    Loved this! So much more inspiration than The Little Book of Hygge. ...

    I won this in the giveaways in exchange for an honest review. Following on from The Little Book of Hygge, Wiking looks at happiness around the world and talks about the studies he's done. This is a beautifully presented little book with illustrations and photographs throughout. I'm not...

    The world definitely needs more Lykke right now . . . and one of the most profound points that the author makes in this book is that individual happiness and communal happiness are inextricably linked. Focusing on six major indicators of happiness - togetherness, money, health, freedom...

    The Little Book of Lykke was my first read of 2018, and it was the perfect choice to start the year off positively. I highly recommend it to everyone. It?s an excellent follow-up book to The Little Book of Hygge, full of inspiration for how you can participate in creating a kinder, h...

    I have been a big fan of Meik ever since I read The Little Book of Hygge. With that in mind, I had high hopes for his next book and it has still managed to exceed my expectations! Meik understands that each of us are unique and I loved that he shared what can make people happy from...

    The last of the September reads. There is something about togetherness and feeling close to those around you that this book hits right on the spot. This sweet book shows how we can find a little bit more happiness in our lives. It's not rocket science, but I did take away some ideas fr...

    4.5 stars ...

    This was an interesting read. There was quite a lot of information about happiness and what can make people happy. I didn't love this one as much as his first book but I still quite enjoyed this one. ...

    Neste volume Meike Wiking explora a felicidade (e a procura dela) em coisas mais realistas e quotidianas como o dinheiro e saúde. Apesar de ser muito interessante tal como O Livro do Hygge, neste livro houve uma abordagem mais seguida por histórias reais que, apesar de muito interess...

    I thought this was going to be a disappointing read, nothing but a publisher's ploy to make more money out of a tried and tested author (and let's face it, it still is) BUT I really loved reading this. I loved the photos included, and I loved the style of illustrations. I liked the glo...

    ?Everything runs smoothly in Denmark. Well, almost. Four years ago, one train did arrive five minutes late. The passengers each got a letter of apology from the prime minister and a designer chair of their choice as compensation.? . I read ?The Little Book Of Lykke? on and of...

    Very cute easy read. I basically skimmed through this and will probably glance at it every so often between books. There are a great deal of common sense ideas to be happy along with supporting evidence. I?ve been to Denmark and it?s a very lovely and admirable country. Would the w...

    It was nice to see the results of researchs done on this subjects and the factors affecting happiness. However i didn?t enjoy it as much as i did hygge. I think it?s because it doesn?t really give a take home message. Sure, it?s not the whole point of the book (and i wasn?t...

    His job is FASCINATING and I applaud him for what he does- but the book was annoying with his endless bragging about Denmark. I was confused by how often he compared the Danes studies to the United States when the population and demographics make it very difficult to produce a sound ar...

    Another great book?I?m fascinated with the interesting little tidbits he gives us on what makes happier people. I loved the part about reading ?literary fiction? and how that makes people more empathetic. I mean, I already knew it, but it?s nice to hear stuff you?ve thought...

    Een mooi boek, met een fijne positieve insteek. Er staan absoluut nuttige tips in, maar ik vind het geen must-read. Gewoon een leuk boek voor tussendoor :). ...

    I found this one to be pretty disappointing. The author apparently researches happiness through a think tank in Denmark. According to him, there are six elements to happiness: health, money, togetherness, trust, freedom, and kindness. Each chapter of the book goes over these elements: ...

    From now on Meik Wiking should release a new book every December and that is how I should start my new year. Always. This is how I started 2017 and how I started this year. Even though I pre-ordered this book and received it the day of its publication, I was hard pressed to pass up lis...

    This book looks at six major factors that contribute to happiness based on research: togetherness, money, health, freedom, trust, and kindness. Wiking discusses where in the world you find nations who do a decent job with these pieces of the happiness puzzle and which ones fail. Now ob...

    An incredible book. Worth your time and reflection. I really enjoyed this. Just like with The Little Book of Hygge, Lykke presents itself with easy-to-read paragraphs and many lovely pictures related to the chapters, each of them packed with lovely Happiness Tips and then summed up at...

    Are you a happy person? What makes you happy? Meik Wiking's work is to find out why one person is happier than another and what makes us happy. His profession is actually to research and single out different aspects and ways to be a happy person. Lykke means happiness, and this book ...

    Beautiful and such a joy to read! A wonderful page turner on happiness and some of the amazing actions people are taking to make the world a better place. The tips & tricks on how to contribute to the overall happiness of society, the world and ourselves, is something I will certai...

  • Érica
    Sep 30, 2017

    I am so glad that I loved this second book as much as I enjoyed The Little Book of Hygge: The Danish Way to Live Well! Lykke (Luu-kah) (n): Happiness This book takes us on a treasure hunt, looking for the keys to happiness around the world. The book discusses togetherness, money,...

    Originally posted on A Frolic Through Fiction *Thank you to the publisher for sending me a copy of this book. This in no way affects my opinion of the book. Oh what a lovely little book. Just like Meik Wiking?s other book ? The Little Book of Hygge ? this book is just ...

    That's literally happiness in a book form! ? Please, read it! I guarantee you that you'll feel inspired to do more with your life and loved ones! I'd read anything that Meik writes in the future. ...

    What a charming little book! I read a lot of heavy spiritual books with the aim of learning how to lead a more fulfilling life and these tend to be dense and rich in material on the psyche. This was such a breath of fresh air! It was so refreshing to read about tangible ways of enhanci...

    I loved this book and I plan on reading it again, with a notebook at hand. It made me smile, it made me think and it helped me realize what potential we all have. ...

    Toen ik zag dat er een nieuw boek was van de schrijver van Hygge: de Deense kunst van het leven, wist ik dat ik dit boek ook wilde lezen. Dus ik reserveerde hem bij de bibliotheek, haalde hem op en begon meteen! In Lykke vertelt de schrijver over geluk. Hoe kunnen we gelukkig worden...

    Publishers certainly seem to be milking the current interest in Scandinavian lifestyle books; The Little Book of Lyyke: The Danish Search for the World's Happiest People is by the author of The Little Book of Hygge: The Danish Way to Live Well, which I found rather lovely. The intentio...

    Absolutely lovely. ...

    Loved this! So much more inspiration than The Little Book of Hygge. ...

    I won this in the giveaways in exchange for an honest review. Following on from The Little Book of Hygge, Wiking looks at happiness around the world and talks about the studies he's done. This is a beautifully presented little book with illustrations and photographs throughout. I'm not...

    The world definitely needs more Lykke right now . . . and one of the most profound points that the author makes in this book is that individual happiness and communal happiness are inextricably linked. Focusing on six major indicators of happiness - togetherness, money, health, freedom...

    The Little Book of Lykke was my first read of 2018, and it was the perfect choice to start the year off positively. I highly recommend it to everyone. It?s an excellent follow-up book to The Little Book of Hygge, full of inspiration for how you can participate in creating a kinder, h...

    I have been a big fan of Meik ever since I read The Little Book of Hygge. With that in mind, I had high hopes for his next book and it has still managed to exceed my expectations! Meik understands that each of us are unique and I loved that he shared what can make people happy from...

    The last of the September reads. There is something about togetherness and feeling close to those around you that this book hits right on the spot. This sweet book shows how we can find a little bit more happiness in our lives. It's not rocket science, but I did take away some ideas fr...

    4.5 stars ...

    This was an interesting read. There was quite a lot of information about happiness and what can make people happy. I didn't love this one as much as his first book but I still quite enjoyed this one. ...

    Neste volume Meike Wiking explora a felicidade (e a procura dela) em coisas mais realistas e quotidianas como o dinheiro e saúde. Apesar de ser muito interessante tal como O Livro do Hygge, neste livro houve uma abordagem mais seguida por histórias reais que, apesar de muito interess...

    I thought this was going to be a disappointing read, nothing but a publisher's ploy to make more money out of a tried and tested author (and let's face it, it still is) BUT I really loved reading this. I loved the photos included, and I loved the style of illustrations. I liked the glo...

    ?Everything runs smoothly in Denmark. Well, almost. Four years ago, one train did arrive five minutes late. The passengers each got a letter of apology from the prime minister and a designer chair of their choice as compensation.? . I read ?The Little Book Of Lykke? on and of...

    Very cute easy read. I basically skimmed through this and will probably glance at it every so often between books. There are a great deal of common sense ideas to be happy along with supporting evidence. I?ve been to Denmark and it?s a very lovely and admirable country. Would the w...

    It was nice to see the results of researchs done on this subjects and the factors affecting happiness. However i didn?t enjoy it as much as i did hygge. I think it?s because it doesn?t really give a take home message. Sure, it?s not the whole point of the book (and i wasn?t...

    His job is FASCINATING and I applaud him for what he does- but the book was annoying with his endless bragging about Denmark. I was confused by how often he compared the Danes studies to the United States when the population and demographics make it very difficult to produce a sound ar...

    Another great book?I?m fascinated with the interesting little tidbits he gives us on what makes happier people. I loved the part about reading ?literary fiction? and how that makes people more empathetic. I mean, I already knew it, but it?s nice to hear stuff you?ve thought...

    Een mooi boek, met een fijne positieve insteek. Er staan absoluut nuttige tips in, maar ik vind het geen must-read. Gewoon een leuk boek voor tussendoor :). ...

    I found this one to be pretty disappointing. The author apparently researches happiness through a think tank in Denmark. According to him, there are six elements to happiness: health, money, togetherness, trust, freedom, and kindness. Each chapter of the book goes over these elements: ...

    From now on Meik Wiking should release a new book every December and that is how I should start my new year. Always. This is how I started 2017 and how I started this year. Even though I pre-ordered this book and received it the day of its publication, I was hard pressed to pass up lis...

    This book looks at six major factors that contribute to happiness based on research: togetherness, money, health, freedom, trust, and kindness. Wiking discusses where in the world you find nations who do a decent job with these pieces of the happiness puzzle and which ones fail. Now ob...

    An incredible book. Worth your time and reflection. I really enjoyed this. Just like with The Little Book of Hygge, Lykke presents itself with easy-to-read paragraphs and many lovely pictures related to the chapters, each of them packed with lovely Happiness Tips and then summed up at...

  • Isabel
    Jan 07, 2018

    I am so glad that I loved this second book as much as I enjoyed The Little Book of Hygge: The Danish Way to Live Well! Lykke (Luu-kah) (n): Happiness This book takes us on a treasure hunt, looking for the keys to happiness around the world. The book discusses togetherness, money,...

    Originally posted on A Frolic Through Fiction *Thank you to the publisher for sending me a copy of this book. This in no way affects my opinion of the book. Oh what a lovely little book. Just like Meik Wiking?s other book ? The Little Book of Hygge ? this book is just ...

    That's literally happiness in a book form! ? Please, read it! I guarantee you that you'll feel inspired to do more with your life and loved ones! I'd read anything that Meik writes in the future. ...

    What a charming little book! I read a lot of heavy spiritual books with the aim of learning how to lead a more fulfilling life and these tend to be dense and rich in material on the psyche. This was such a breath of fresh air! It was so refreshing to read about tangible ways of enhanci...

    I loved this book and I plan on reading it again, with a notebook at hand. It made me smile, it made me think and it helped me realize what potential we all have. ...

  • Rosanne
    Oct 21, 2017

    I am so glad that I loved this second book as much as I enjoyed The Little Book of Hygge: The Danish Way to Live Well! Lykke (Luu-kah) (n): Happiness This book takes us on a treasure hunt, looking for the keys to happiness around the world. The book discusses togetherness, money,...

    Originally posted on A Frolic Through Fiction *Thank you to the publisher for sending me a copy of this book. This in no way affects my opinion of the book. Oh what a lovely little book. Just like Meik Wiking?s other book ? The Little Book of Hygge ? this book is just ...

    That's literally happiness in a book form! ? Please, read it! I guarantee you that you'll feel inspired to do more with your life and loved ones! I'd read anything that Meik writes in the future. ...

    What a charming little book! I read a lot of heavy spiritual books with the aim of learning how to lead a more fulfilling life and these tend to be dense and rich in material on the psyche. This was such a breath of fresh air! It was so refreshing to read about tangible ways of enhanci...

    I loved this book and I plan on reading it again, with a notebook at hand. It made me smile, it made me think and it helped me realize what potential we all have. ...

    Toen ik zag dat er een nieuw boek was van de schrijver van Hygge: de Deense kunst van het leven, wist ik dat ik dit boek ook wilde lezen. Dus ik reserveerde hem bij de bibliotheek, haalde hem op en begon meteen! In Lykke vertelt de schrijver over geluk. Hoe kunnen we gelukkig worden...

    Publishers certainly seem to be milking the current interest in Scandinavian lifestyle books; The Little Book of Lyyke: The Danish Search for the World's Happiest People is by the author of The Little Book of Hygge: The Danish Way to Live Well, which I found rather lovely. The intentio...

    Absolutely lovely. ...

    Loved this! So much more inspiration than The Little Book of Hygge. ...

    I won this in the giveaways in exchange for an honest review. Following on from The Little Book of Hygge, Wiking looks at happiness around the world and talks about the studies he's done. This is a beautifully presented little book with illustrations and photographs throughout. I'm not...

    The world definitely needs more Lykke right now . . . and one of the most profound points that the author makes in this book is that individual happiness and communal happiness are inextricably linked. Focusing on six major indicators of happiness - togetherness, money, health, freedom...

    The Little Book of Lykke was my first read of 2018, and it was the perfect choice to start the year off positively. I highly recommend it to everyone. It?s an excellent follow-up book to The Little Book of Hygge, full of inspiration for how you can participate in creating a kinder, h...

    I have been a big fan of Meik ever since I read The Little Book of Hygge. With that in mind, I had high hopes for his next book and it has still managed to exceed my expectations! Meik understands that each of us are unique and I loved that he shared what can make people happy from...

    The last of the September reads. There is something about togetherness and feeling close to those around you that this book hits right on the spot. This sweet book shows how we can find a little bit more happiness in our lives. It's not rocket science, but I did take away some ideas fr...

    4.5 stars ...

    This was an interesting read. There was quite a lot of information about happiness and what can make people happy. I didn't love this one as much as his first book but I still quite enjoyed this one. ...

    Neste volume Meike Wiking explora a felicidade (e a procura dela) em coisas mais realistas e quotidianas como o dinheiro e saúde. Apesar de ser muito interessante tal como O Livro do Hygge, neste livro houve uma abordagem mais seguida por histórias reais que, apesar de muito interess...

    I thought this was going to be a disappointing read, nothing but a publisher's ploy to make more money out of a tried and tested author (and let's face it, it still is) BUT I really loved reading this. I loved the photos included, and I loved the style of illustrations. I liked the glo...

    ?Everything runs smoothly in Denmark. Well, almost. Four years ago, one train did arrive five minutes late. The passengers each got a letter of apology from the prime minister and a designer chair of their choice as compensation.? . I read ?The Little Book Of Lykke? on and of...

    Very cute easy read. I basically skimmed through this and will probably glance at it every so often between books. There are a great deal of common sense ideas to be happy along with supporting evidence. I?ve been to Denmark and it?s a very lovely and admirable country. Would the w...

    It was nice to see the results of researchs done on this subjects and the factors affecting happiness. However i didn?t enjoy it as much as i did hygge. I think it?s because it doesn?t really give a take home message. Sure, it?s not the whole point of the book (and i wasn?t...

    His job is FASCINATING and I applaud him for what he does- but the book was annoying with his endless bragging about Denmark. I was confused by how often he compared the Danes studies to the United States when the population and demographics make it very difficult to produce a sound ar...

    Another great book?I?m fascinated with the interesting little tidbits he gives us on what makes happier people. I loved the part about reading ?literary fiction? and how that makes people more empathetic. I mean, I already knew it, but it?s nice to hear stuff you?ve thought...

    Een mooi boek, met een fijne positieve insteek. Er staan absoluut nuttige tips in, maar ik vind het geen must-read. Gewoon een leuk boek voor tussendoor :). ...

  • Ksusha
    Dec 23, 2017

    I am so glad that I loved this second book as much as I enjoyed The Little Book of Hygge: The Danish Way to Live Well! Lykke (Luu-kah) (n): Happiness This book takes us on a treasure hunt, looking for the keys to happiness around the world. The book discusses togetherness, money,...

    Originally posted on A Frolic Through Fiction *Thank you to the publisher for sending me a copy of this book. This in no way affects my opinion of the book. Oh what a lovely little book. Just like Meik Wiking?s other book ? The Little Book of Hygge ? this book is just ...

    That's literally happiness in a book form! ? Please, read it! I guarantee you that you'll feel inspired to do more with your life and loved ones! I'd read anything that Meik writes in the future. ...

    What a charming little book! I read a lot of heavy spiritual books with the aim of learning how to lead a more fulfilling life and these tend to be dense and rich in material on the psyche. This was such a breath of fresh air! It was so refreshing to read about tangible ways of enhanci...

    I loved this book and I plan on reading it again, with a notebook at hand. It made me smile, it made me think and it helped me realize what potential we all have. ...

    Toen ik zag dat er een nieuw boek was van de schrijver van Hygge: de Deense kunst van het leven, wist ik dat ik dit boek ook wilde lezen. Dus ik reserveerde hem bij de bibliotheek, haalde hem op en begon meteen! In Lykke vertelt de schrijver over geluk. Hoe kunnen we gelukkig worden...

    Publishers certainly seem to be milking the current interest in Scandinavian lifestyle books; The Little Book of Lyyke: The Danish Search for the World's Happiest People is by the author of The Little Book of Hygge: The Danish Way to Live Well, which I found rather lovely. The intentio...

    Absolutely lovely. ...

    Loved this! So much more inspiration than The Little Book of Hygge. ...

    I won this in the giveaways in exchange for an honest review. Following on from The Little Book of Hygge, Wiking looks at happiness around the world and talks about the studies he's done. This is a beautifully presented little book with illustrations and photographs throughout. I'm not...

    The world definitely needs more Lykke right now . . . and one of the most profound points that the author makes in this book is that individual happiness and communal happiness are inextricably linked. Focusing on six major indicators of happiness - togetherness, money, health, freedom...

    The Little Book of Lykke was my first read of 2018, and it was the perfect choice to start the year off positively. I highly recommend it to everyone. It?s an excellent follow-up book to The Little Book of Hygge, full of inspiration for how you can participate in creating a kinder, h...

    I have been a big fan of Meik ever since I read The Little Book of Hygge. With that in mind, I had high hopes for his next book and it has still managed to exceed my expectations! Meik understands that each of us are unique and I loved that he shared what can make people happy from...

    The last of the September reads. There is something about togetherness and feeling close to those around you that this book hits right on the spot. This sweet book shows how we can find a little bit more happiness in our lives. It's not rocket science, but I did take away some ideas fr...

    4.5 stars ...

    This was an interesting read. There was quite a lot of information about happiness and what can make people happy. I didn't love this one as much as his first book but I still quite enjoyed this one. ...

    Neste volume Meike Wiking explora a felicidade (e a procura dela) em coisas mais realistas e quotidianas como o dinheiro e saúde. Apesar de ser muito interessante tal como O Livro do Hygge, neste livro houve uma abordagem mais seguida por histórias reais que, apesar de muito interess...

    I thought this was going to be a disappointing read, nothing but a publisher's ploy to make more money out of a tried and tested author (and let's face it, it still is) BUT I really loved reading this. I loved the photos included, and I loved the style of illustrations. I liked the glo...

    ?Everything runs smoothly in Denmark. Well, almost. Four years ago, one train did arrive five minutes late. The passengers each got a letter of apology from the prime minister and a designer chair of their choice as compensation.? . I read ?The Little Book Of Lykke? on and of...

    Very cute easy read. I basically skimmed through this and will probably glance at it every so often between books. There are a great deal of common sense ideas to be happy along with supporting evidence. I?ve been to Denmark and it?s a very lovely and admirable country. Would the w...

    It was nice to see the results of researchs done on this subjects and the factors affecting happiness. However i didn?t enjoy it as much as i did hygge. I think it?s because it doesn?t really give a take home message. Sure, it?s not the whole point of the book (and i wasn?t...

    His job is FASCINATING and I applaud him for what he does- but the book was annoying with his endless bragging about Denmark. I was confused by how often he compared the Danes studies to the United States when the population and demographics make it very difficult to produce a sound ar...

    Another great book?I?m fascinated with the interesting little tidbits he gives us on what makes happier people. I loved the part about reading ?literary fiction? and how that makes people more empathetic. I mean, I already knew it, but it?s nice to hear stuff you?ve thought...

    Een mooi boek, met een fijne positieve insteek. Er staan absoluut nuttige tips in, maar ik vind het geen must-read. Gewoon een leuk boek voor tussendoor :). ...

    I found this one to be pretty disappointing. The author apparently researches happiness through a think tank in Denmark. According to him, there are six elements to happiness: health, money, togetherness, trust, freedom, and kindness. Each chapter of the book goes over these elements: ...

    From now on Meik Wiking should release a new book every December and that is how I should start my new year. Always. This is how I started 2017 and how I started this year. Even though I pre-ordered this book and received it the day of its publication, I was hard pressed to pass up lis...

    This book looks at six major factors that contribute to happiness based on research: togetherness, money, health, freedom, trust, and kindness. Wiking discusses where in the world you find nations who do a decent job with these pieces of the happiness puzzle and which ones fail. Now ob...

    An incredible book. Worth your time and reflection. I really enjoyed this. Just like with The Little Book of Hygge, Lykke presents itself with easy-to-read paragraphs and many lovely pictures related to the chapters, each of them packed with lovely Happiness Tips and then summed up at...

    Are you a happy person? What makes you happy? Meik Wiking's work is to find out why one person is happier than another and what makes us happy. His profession is actually to research and single out different aspects and ways to be a happy person. Lykke means happiness, and this book ...

  • Jacquelyn Merryfield
    Feb 05, 2018

    I am so glad that I loved this second book as much as I enjoyed The Little Book of Hygge: The Danish Way to Live Well! Lykke (Luu-kah) (n): Happiness This book takes us on a treasure hunt, looking for the keys to happiness around the world. The book discusses togetherness, money,...

    Originally posted on A Frolic Through Fiction *Thank you to the publisher for sending me a copy of this book. This in no way affects my opinion of the book. Oh what a lovely little book. Just like Meik Wiking?s other book ? The Little Book of Hygge ? this book is just ...

    That's literally happiness in a book form! ? Please, read it! I guarantee you that you'll feel inspired to do more with your life and loved ones! I'd read anything that Meik writes in the future. ...

    What a charming little book! I read a lot of heavy spiritual books with the aim of learning how to lead a more fulfilling life and these tend to be dense and rich in material on the psyche. This was such a breath of fresh air! It was so refreshing to read about tangible ways of enhanci...

    I loved this book and I plan on reading it again, with a notebook at hand. It made me smile, it made me think and it helped me realize what potential we all have. ...

    Toen ik zag dat er een nieuw boek was van de schrijver van Hygge: de Deense kunst van het leven, wist ik dat ik dit boek ook wilde lezen. Dus ik reserveerde hem bij de bibliotheek, haalde hem op en begon meteen! In Lykke vertelt de schrijver over geluk. Hoe kunnen we gelukkig worden...

    Publishers certainly seem to be milking the current interest in Scandinavian lifestyle books; The Little Book of Lyyke: The Danish Search for the World's Happiest People is by the author of The Little Book of Hygge: The Danish Way to Live Well, which I found rather lovely. The intentio...

    Absolutely lovely. ...

    Loved this! So much more inspiration than The Little Book of Hygge. ...

    I won this in the giveaways in exchange for an honest review. Following on from The Little Book of Hygge, Wiking looks at happiness around the world and talks about the studies he's done. This is a beautifully presented little book with illustrations and photographs throughout. I'm not...

    The world definitely needs more Lykke right now . . . and one of the most profound points that the author makes in this book is that individual happiness and communal happiness are inextricably linked. Focusing on six major indicators of happiness - togetherness, money, health, freedom...

    The Little Book of Lykke was my first read of 2018, and it was the perfect choice to start the year off positively. I highly recommend it to everyone. It?s an excellent follow-up book to The Little Book of Hygge, full of inspiration for how you can participate in creating a kinder, h...

    I have been a big fan of Meik ever since I read The Little Book of Hygge. With that in mind, I had high hopes for his next book and it has still managed to exceed my expectations! Meik understands that each of us are unique and I loved that he shared what can make people happy from...

    The last of the September reads. There is something about togetherness and feeling close to those around you that this book hits right on the spot. This sweet book shows how we can find a little bit more happiness in our lives. It's not rocket science, but I did take away some ideas fr...

    4.5 stars ...

    This was an interesting read. There was quite a lot of information about happiness and what can make people happy. I didn't love this one as much as his first book but I still quite enjoyed this one. ...

    Neste volume Meike Wiking explora a felicidade (e a procura dela) em coisas mais realistas e quotidianas como o dinheiro e saúde. Apesar de ser muito interessante tal como O Livro do Hygge, neste livro houve uma abordagem mais seguida por histórias reais que, apesar de muito interess...

    I thought this was going to be a disappointing read, nothing but a publisher's ploy to make more money out of a tried and tested author (and let's face it, it still is) BUT I really loved reading this. I loved the photos included, and I loved the style of illustrations. I liked the glo...

    ?Everything runs smoothly in Denmark. Well, almost. Four years ago, one train did arrive five minutes late. The passengers each got a letter of apology from the prime minister and a designer chair of their choice as compensation.? . I read ?The Little Book Of Lykke? on and of...

    Very cute easy read. I basically skimmed through this and will probably glance at it every so often between books. There are a great deal of common sense ideas to be happy along with supporting evidence. I?ve been to Denmark and it?s a very lovely and admirable country. Would the w...

    It was nice to see the results of researchs done on this subjects and the factors affecting happiness. However i didn?t enjoy it as much as i did hygge. I think it?s because it doesn?t really give a take home message. Sure, it?s not the whole point of the book (and i wasn?t...

    His job is FASCINATING and I applaud him for what he does- but the book was annoying with his endless bragging about Denmark. I was confused by how often he compared the Danes studies to the United States when the population and demographics make it very difficult to produce a sound ar...

  • Kirsty
    Oct 27, 2017

    I am so glad that I loved this second book as much as I enjoyed The Little Book of Hygge: The Danish Way to Live Well! Lykke (Luu-kah) (n): Happiness This book takes us on a treasure hunt, looking for the keys to happiness around the world. The book discusses togetherness, money,...

    Originally posted on A Frolic Through Fiction *Thank you to the publisher for sending me a copy of this book. This in no way affects my opinion of the book. Oh what a lovely little book. Just like Meik Wiking?s other book ? The Little Book of Hygge ? this book is just ...

    That's literally happiness in a book form! ? Please, read it! I guarantee you that you'll feel inspired to do more with your life and loved ones! I'd read anything that Meik writes in the future. ...

    What a charming little book! I read a lot of heavy spiritual books with the aim of learning how to lead a more fulfilling life and these tend to be dense and rich in material on the psyche. This was such a breath of fresh air! It was so refreshing to read about tangible ways of enhanci...

    I loved this book and I plan on reading it again, with a notebook at hand. It made me smile, it made me think and it helped me realize what potential we all have. ...

    Toen ik zag dat er een nieuw boek was van de schrijver van Hygge: de Deense kunst van het leven, wist ik dat ik dit boek ook wilde lezen. Dus ik reserveerde hem bij de bibliotheek, haalde hem op en begon meteen! In Lykke vertelt de schrijver over geluk. Hoe kunnen we gelukkig worden...

    Publishers certainly seem to be milking the current interest in Scandinavian lifestyle books; The Little Book of Lyyke: The Danish Search for the World's Happiest People is by the author of The Little Book of Hygge: The Danish Way to Live Well, which I found rather lovely. The intentio...