The point is that resting is not laziness. You are lazy when you have stopped caring about something. In that respect, I'm never lazy." That's how Magnús Scheving, the author of LazyTown, defines laziness. When our request to interview Magnús got the go-ahead, he let us know the most direct route to the gym, as we expected him to do the interview while jogging across town or while he stood on hi...
“I will write in the newspaper as Sportacus and start in July,” says Magnús Scheving, founder of LazyTown, about his writing for the British newspaper The Sun. LazyTown enjoys enormous popularity worldwide, and recently the British newspaper tried to get Magnús to join them.
“Because of the semester, it is difficult for me to write columns regularly for the newspaper, so this will be done by means that every three weeks I will be their expert on a particular issue related to health that is in the discussion in the UK at any time,” explains Magnús.
The Sun is one of the most widely read newspapers in the world with almost eight million readers daily. With Magnús’s writings, even more people will be able to enjoy LazyTown’s positive message all over the world.