"Consensus is king, and everyone mucks in." What does this quote mean to you?

What do you think of the "semi-skimmed milk" description of Sweden?

The Vikings had a custom called "laget om" involving mead - what do you think of that ancient custom?

Which is your favorite example of "lagom" from this chapter, and which one might you have the most difficulty living up to? For me, I like the idea of buying a practical car not a flashy one; but I'd struggle with the idea of bringing my own bed sheets when invited to a friend's weekend country house party!

Do you think there's any truth to the idea that lagom breeds stinginess? (I might think this is true in some cases!)

Which of the benefits of Lagom seems most attractive to you after reading this chapter? 1. Physical space, 2. Mental space, 3. Improved finances or 4. A sense of belonging?

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