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4 Simple Scandinavian Life Habits That are Worth Adapting in America

And how they can improve your quality of life

A danish row of homes with a bike.
Photo by Sara Melissa Frost

It looks adorable, doesn’t it? The charming old, quaint houses on a cobblestone side street. Almost like a colorful puzzle. This is an old photo I shot years ago when visiting a town in the northern part of Denmark. These homes are unique in American eyes, but for a…




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Melissa Frost

Melissa Frost

Journalist. Mom. Wife. Norwegian in the U.S. Minimalist-ish.

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