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Finding joy in winter

Jan 09th, 2017

The Danes have a term, hygge, that sort of translates to “coziness.”  There are some really cold cities here in the US and Canada that have used that concept to look for ways to transform our relationship with winter to one of fun and joy and, yes, hygge.  Both indoors and out, winter can be celebrated.  With the right approaches, we can enjoy activities and art and social connections no matter how cold it is.  Go here for the article: Cold can be cool, which we got from CityLab via Smart Growth America.

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