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Feel better in 5


As Covid-19 forced us indoors, it became obvious that very few of us are slowing down. This is sparking people to refocus their lives and aim for more balance. The Swedish philosophy ‘lagom’ (pronounced “lar-gohm”) simply means, ‘Not too little. Not too much. Just right’ and is a big part of their culture. “When you learn to take a step back and stop your mind spiralling, you can live life in a more authentic and focused way – embracing and coping with good and. Start by prioritising yourself (see page 88). And make time for things you love – including time in nature – and sleep and exercise. As you allow more ‘me-time’, you will get happier and healthier.

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