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The Norwegian Philosophy of Thriving in Winter

A strategy for getting through the dark days ahead

Three young women sit close together, a tea kettle nestled in the front with seasonal items.
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Winter is coming. And this year, even before the temperature drops, it’s feeling frostier.

More than ever, it seems set to be a season of survival for those of us who have already been through some form of quarantine. What we need — right now, long before what could be the…

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James Ware

James Ware

James is a world wandering writer living in London, with a particular interest in mindfulness, travel and eggs.

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