- MP3 CD: 1 pages
- Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers and Blackstone Audio; Unabridged MP3CD edition (3 October 2017)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 153847963X
- ISBN-13: 978-1538479636
- Product Dimensions: 14 x 1.9 x 17.8 cm
- Boxed-product Weight: 81.6 g
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Lagom: Not Too Little, Not Too Much: The Swedish Art of Living a Balanced, Happy Life MP3 CD – Audiobook, MP3 Audio, Super Audio CD - DSD
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About the Author
Niki Brantmark is the founder and creator of the award-winning daily interior design blog My Scandinavian Home, which was inspired by her move to Sweden from London thirteen years ago. Her blog receives more than five hundred thousand page views per month from readers all over the world. Brantmark has an MA in psychology from the University of Edinburgh and lives with her family in Malmo, Sweden.
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Pretty to look at, but nothing new here5 May 2018 - Published on Amazon.com
Overly simplistic household "tips" book with gorgeous photos and ideas. The Swedish concept of Lagom is fascinating to me culturally, and I was hoping to read more about it as a concept and value system. Instead I feel like this book just reinforced the same old organizational stuff that can be gleaned from any old book or magazine. I quickly grew tired of the overuse of sentences like "Swedish people have an innate ability to..." followed with things like: simplify, organize, cook in season, etc. I would suspect that lagom is a culturally taught concept--not an innate ability (isn't that why someone from a different culture may pick up this book, to learn a fresh and different perspective?) It's a pleasant book to thumb through, but I won't be keeping it for long.
58 people found this helpful
Lagom lifestyle13 November 2017 - Published on Amazon.com
I enjoy reading Nikki's blog (myscandinavianhome) and her thoughtful voice comes through in this book, Lagom. This is a read for those who happily self reflect on their own lifestyle. The sections include suggestions, examples, and recipes. You will likely have heard many of the concepts before, so this book is for those seeking balance and inspired by reading about lifestyle theory. This is not a memoir.
27 people found this helpful
A wonderful look at the Swedish way of life called Lagom.a calm minimalist style of life where Fika coffee breaks is a lovely tradition.15 October 2017 - Published on Amazon.com
A wonderful look at the Swedish lifestyle known as Lagom. A minimalist mindful way of living.Full of lovely traditions like coffee breaks known as fika.Family time is cherished & quality over quantity little waste when it comes to shopping,This was a lovely introduction to Lagom,
34 people found this helpful
Dora L. Davison
Just Right22 January 2018 - Published on Amazon.com
Niki Brantmark, a former Londoner now living in Malmo,Sweden, has written a book on the Swedish concept of lagom which means not too much and not too little. She shared how she learned to embrace this concept and sometimes bump up against the concept while learning to live in Sweden. The book is well designed and has gorgeous pictures. There is a substantial reference section should the reader want to read more on the subjects within the text.
11 people found this helpful
This book makes me happy20 August 2018 - Published on Amazon.com
Reading this book felt like a cozy hug, because I'm Swedish and could relate to so much in the book. My partner is not Swedish and sometimes the subtle cultural differences (obvious to me) get annoying, so reading this book to him helped show him there are other cultures or ways of thinking besides his, even if he doesn't agree with it.
10 people found this helpful