2018 is Your Year to Be Yogi
Let’s get something ‘yoga-plank’ straight. You can be a super-flexy hippy if that’s your thing but if it’s not, hear me out when I say being a yogi ain’t that. Forget that. New thinking required here. If you’re with me, it will change everything. You with me?
Happy days. So, if that’s not who you have to be to be yogi. What is?
Ok…here it comes.
And how to be happy.
Did you know there’s a bunch of people out there who research our happiness? These guys are actively working out which places are happiest and why.
Sadly, my copy of Waitrose Weekend (above) tells me the UK rates at just 23 in the UN’s World’s Happiness Report. It’s the Danes that are taking the top spot in the joy stakes. The reason? A ‘brand of Scandinavian cheer’ called Hygee which is being exported in the form of a book called The Little Book of Hygge: The Danish Way to Live Well by Meik Wiking.
So, what’s the deal? We could all do with some more happiness, right? So, I’m keen to discover what the Danes are up to that us Brits are not… and the answer my yogi friends, got me-a smiling.
How do you become a Yogi? Is it something you train for – set goals, work up a schedule… What steps are required to make it happen, what order, for how long? I like, no LOVE, lists. If I’m starting something I always have list and a plan. Whether that’s a 12 week triathlon…