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The ‘hygge’ trend took America by storm. Just don’t try to translate it.
Hygge, or the Danish art of being cozy, has been put forward as a magic bullet for our anxieties, our collective loneliness and our seasonal depression. Everyone wants to get more hygge. But what, exactly, does it mean? We asked a native Danish speaker to help us understand.
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