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Stay At Home
“When I first got married, I was working at least 80-hour weeks as an editor at Yahoo. Not only do we live in a society where we are pushed to be in the office more, but too many workers are almost always ‘on’ when they get home, sacrificing quality time with their partner,” says Piazza.

“Since we’d bought our place, Nick and I had spent less than 50 percent of nights there. Even when we weren’t traveling for work, we were frenetically, almost pathologically, busy. It couldn’t be healthy for a marriage to feel like we were living in a hotel, like two business travelers just passing through a shared space for a little while," Piazza explains.

"The hygge experts told me that real hygge and real happiness only comes when you slow down and take the time to actually be together in your home rather than just using it as a place to crash in between meetings and adventures."
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