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Cocooning, pensée positive, moments de partage, bien-être... La tendance feel good made in Danemark ! Le hygge (" hu-ge "), ce n'est pas seulement en hiver ! Prendre soin de soi, se créer un cocon réconfortant, passer des moments chaleureux entre amis, voir la vie en rose... C'est un programme absolument hygge et... want absolutely. Venue des pays scandinaves, la tendance bien-être du hygge est un véritable lifestyle ! Plus qu'un moment passé au coin du feu avec ses amis tandis qu'il neige dehors, le hygge est l'état d'esprit du bonheur. Son credo : prendre soin de soi, profiter des petits bonheurs de la vie et bien s'entourer. Let's hygge ! Au programme : • Des idées cocooning pour prendre soin de soi (beauté, soins), se réconforter (feel good books et films, vêtements et nourriture doudou), et cultiver sa bulle de bien-être (grâce à une déco apaisante et chaude, un espace dégagé et apaisant). • De la pensée positive, pour savoir apprécier les petits bonheurs de la vie, qu'ils se présentent d'eux-mêmes ou que l'on doive les provoquer : c'est ça le secret du bonheur ! • De la convivialité, car rien ne vaut la chaleur et le réconfort d'une discussion entre amis, avec toutes des idées de moments à partager, de lieux où se retrouver, d'événements à organiser. • Un programme hygge, avec des activités feel good (yoga, méditation), des temps de convivialité (cuisine, soirée entre amis...), un bon rythme de vie antistress (organisation, sommeil, réveil...), des techniques de pensée positive motivantes et des inspirations déco hygge réconfortantes pour toutes les saisons !
The Little Book of Hygge
Denmark is often said to be the happiest country in the world. That's down to one thing: hygge. 'Hygge has been translated as everything from the art of creating intimacy to cosiness of the soul to taking pleasure from the presence of soothing things. My personal favourite is cocoa by candlelight...' You know hygge when you feel it. It is when you are cuddled up on a sofa with a loved one, or sharing comfort food with your closest friends. It is those crisp blue mornings when the light through your window is just right. Who better than Meik Wiking to be your guide to all things hygge? Meik is CEO of the Happiness Research Institute in Copenhagen and has spent years studying the magic of Danish life. In this beautiful, inspiring book he will help you be more hygge: from picking the right lighting and planning a dinner party through to creating an emergency hygge kit and even how to dress. Meik Wiking is the CEO of the Happiness Research Institute in Copenhagen. He is committed to finding out what makes people happy and has concluded that hygge is the magic ingredient that makes Danes the happiest nation in the world.
Happy as a Dane 10 Secrets of the Happiest People in the World
This international bestseller shows why the Danes are happy and how we can be, too. For decades Denmark has ranked at the top of the world’s happiness surveys. How is it that these 5.6 million Danes are so content when they live in a country that is dark and cold nine months of the year and where income taxes are at almost 60 percent? At a time when talk across the Western world is focused on unemployment woes, government overreach, and anti-taxation lobbies, our Danish counterparts seem to breathe a healthier and fresher air. Interweaving anecdotes and research, Malene Rydahl explores how the values of trust, education, and a healthy work-life balance with purpose—to name just a few—contribute to a “happy” population. From eye-opening stories about open-air vegetable stands to babies safely left unattended while parents have coffee, to very generous paternity leave policies, Rydahl provides tips that we can all apply to our daily lives regardless of where we live.
Historical Dictionary of Japanese Business
Japan, although now listed as the world’s third-largest economy after that of the United States and China, has been too readily dismissed in the late 20th century as a spent force. This is as unfortunate as it is incorrect for a number of reasons. First, while the Peoples’ Republic of China. is indeed growing and its markets are expanding, an enormous amount of the impetus for development as well as logistical support is coming from large numbers of Japanese corporations operating in the PRC. Major Japanese enterprises such as Toyota, Sony, and Honda are already in China or are in the process of establishing a presence there. The export of Japanese technology remains an important contribution to China’s development. The benchmark of product quality within Asia and in some areas beyond has been set by Japanese industrial standards. This second edition of Historical Dictionary of Japanese Business contains a chronology, an introduction, appendixes, and an extensive bibliography. The dictionary section has over 800 cross-referenced entries on important personalities, Japanese businesses, politics, and economy,. This book is an excellent access point for students, researchers, and anyone wanting to know more about Japanese Business.
Science is Fiction
Essays examining the work of maverick scientific documentary filmmaker Jean Painleve.
Visual methods such as drawing, painting, video, photography and hypermedia offer increasingly accessible and popular resources for ethnographic research. In Working Images, prominent visual anthropologists and artists explore how old and new visual media can be integrated into contemporary forms of research and representation. Drawing upon projects undertaken both 'at home' in their native countries and abroad in locations such as Ethopia and Venezuela, the book's contributors demonstrate how visual methods are used in the field, and how these methods can produce and communicate knowledge about our own and other cultures. As well as focusing on key issues such as ethics and the relationship between word and image, they emphasize the huge range of visual methods currently opening up new possibilities for field research, from cartoons and graphic art to new media such as digital video and online technologies.