Great news: I am so honoured to have yet again been invited on as a guest on the Nordic Mum podcast where I had the pleasure to talk to Susanna about Scandinavian life and happiness!
So let’s talk about happiness. The Nordic countries are known for being some of the happiest nations in the world, and I think a big reason for this is that our culture is deeply rooted in finding joy in the simple things and enjoying slow life. But what other secrets are there to finding happiness and how can you achieve it?
In the 100th episode of the Nordic Mum Podcast this is exactly what we spoke about, and it is an important topic especially these days with the pandemic we are In the middle of. I was so happy to be invited on as a guest along with Varpu from ‘Her Finland’ & Daiki from ‘Finland Life Lessons’ to bring a piece of Scandi happiness to you.
Scandinavian life of happiness
About episode 100: I wanted to bring a piece of happy Scandinavian life to my readers and listeners. This being my 100th podcast episode I decided to make it extra special. I am not just bringing you a guest interview but three in one – three of my favourite bloggers coming together to talk about happiness. I caught up with Ingrid, Daiki and Varpu and we talked about happiness. I asked the same questions to all of my guests and it was interesting to see how different and similar their views of happiness in Scandinavia is.
You can find a link to listen to the episode below and also read the full post here if you prefer that. Hope you enjoy it, and make sure you check out the rest of her series too if you want to learn more about the Nordic way of life and hygge.
The Nordic Mum podcast is a great way to learn all about the Nordic way of life. Host Susanna interviews Scandinavian women about their Scandinavian life journeys and what it means coming from the Nordic countries. She explores why Scandinavian countries and people seem to be the most content in the world and why they top the charts when measured on trust, gender, work-life balance and happiness. Her aim is to motivate and inspire you to live your life with a hint of Nordic living and a ‘less is more’ approach – each episode gives you tips on how to do this.