Hunting for Danish happiness
Our happiness hunters Roy and Yaya are for two weeks living like Danes and experiencing happiness up and close and personal in people’s homes. Danes spend a lot of time in their homes, so is this part of the secret? Watch this episode to see Roy and Yaya’s arrival in Denmark, their first time meeting each other, and what they hope to get out of their stay in this “fairytale country”.
Happiness on a student budget
Happiness is pancakes and a dip in the harbor – according to Katrine, a student living in a container village, much to Roy and Yaya’s dismay. Follow them as they visit a unique, Danish home and see that student life in Denmark is much different than in Chicago and Hong Kong.
Happy mothers, happy babies
Is a baby the source of happiness? Or is it the parental leave that makes life easier? Watch what happens when Roy and Yaya hang out with a mothers’ group at home in Christina and her family’s apartment – and hear the big differences between family life in Denmark, Hong Kong and USA.
A big, happy family
In the suburbs of Copenhagen, Roy and Yaya find the Roxy family’s colorfully decorated home. Join our happiness hunters as they explore the Danish-Pakistani culture and try out the family’s recipe for happiness: love, dance and food.
Refresh and be happy
Is the smell of the sea and the sound of the waves the key to happiness? It is if you ask Kasper, who decided to leave the city to start a new life on a boat. Follow Roy and Yaya as they travel south of Copenhagen to experience a simple home in touch with nature.
Happiness and the positive change
A green lifestyle brings Roy and Yaya to the city of Aalborg to meet zero-waster Gittemarie. Does living sustainably make you happier and what does it do to your home? Follow our happiness hunters on their last visit and find out what they have discovered is the ultimate answer to the Danes being so happy.