Forget hygge, time to get some fresh air. American newspaper Washington Post He wrote an article in which the Dutch phenomenon takes a breath of fresh air (“outside vwy-ehn‘) earnestly and meticulously.
Well, in a tweet sent out by the newspaper earlier, the use of air (with proof of pronunciation correction) is still dressed up for Norwegian tradition. But this omission has been corrected today with a new post. “Forget hygge, it’s uitwaaien . time“, so says Washington Post. So get rid of that cozy and warm sitting with the Danes. lifestyle trendBlowingThis is just a good idea.
What follows is an explanation that sounds like a satire – if you’re of our own. After describing how a woman from Amsterdam replaces the city with the beach – where she goes surfing, not walking, as most people do when they breathe fresh air – it was explained how “outdoor physical activity in windy conditions” is common in the United States. Holland.
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The neuroscience professor explains how gentle winds can have a therapeutic effect. Fitness expert and TV personality Ari Bomsma is still participating, to explain that due to Corona in the Netherlands, being outdoors is really one thing.
The first Dutchmen already began to read the article with a chuckle and made comments. Does the newspaper also want to look at the phenomenon of “walking”? And what happened to an equally important concept like “Get a new noseIn other words, getting some fresh air? And then do nothing? “You do it after getting some fresh air,” he says firmly.
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