However, there's presently another Scandi way of life pattern to become tied up with - lagom. Claimed as "la" as in 'bar', "gom" as in 'prom', it is tipped to be the most recent trendy expression we'll all be fixated on in 2017.
Try not to get your trusts up however, in light of the fact that it's no place close as engaging as hygge.
It's an ideal opportunity to exchange that rich royal position of covers and scented candles for three moment cool showers, less liquor and no focal warming.
Approximately interpreted from Swedish as "not pretty much nothing, not all that much, without flaw", lagom is about being cheap, however after the overabundances of Christmas, would we say we are truly prepared to surrender that feeling of liberality conveyed by hygge?
In a meeting with the BBC, Kathleen Bryson, a PhD graduate in developmental human studies at UCL, depicted "lagom" as a condition of having 'not a lot of either, but rather more a Goldilocks 'without flaw'.
While Elliot Stocks, the co-proofreader and imaginative executive of Bristol-based magazine Lagom, said that though "hygge" is a flashing condition of ecstasy, "lagom" is even more a method for living.
In the course of the most recent six months, the BBC reports that Google looks for the term have soar with "lagom" being tweeted more than 13,500 circumstances in the most recent three months alone.
It may seem like a more supportable method for living be that as it may, it does make one wonder, is this all only a sharp approach to motivate us to purchase more grain than we truly require?
Officially, a few buyer organizations have hopped on the term offering skincare, knitwear and even furniture in view of squeezing those pennies.
Be that as it may, that is not extremely lagom is it?