During a time when everything feels different it's easy to find yourself feeling stressed and overwhelmed. One way I'm coping with the current situation is by taking the time to form new, positive habits.
While hygge is inherent to winter time and cold weather, it’s important to understand that hygge is a feeling and state of mind that can be experienced all year round. Here are 10 ways you can welcome spring the hyggelig way.
Whether you have been personally affected by the novel coronavirus or are feeling its effects - being asked to stay home from work and limiting your exposure to others - it’s important to make time for your wellness. Particularly, your mental health. These are some of the ways I’ve been prioritizing my mental health as a means of coping with this worldwide crisis.
Celebrate St. Pat's Day by baking up this hyggelig recipe for Irish soda bread. A classic addition to a traditional St. Patrick's Day dinner.
It's the most hyggelig day of the year! Looking to get into the spirit of the holiday? There are many ways you can spend the day practicing hygge and - in doing so - create an enjoyable day for yourself. Read on for inspiration!
I live in Central New York, where winter can sometimes last until late-April (I wish I was kidding). I know that winter can be trying and the "winter blues" is a real thing. Here are five tips for keeping your spirits up while you wait for spring.
After our wedding, Andy and I immediately started getting ready for our honeymoon to Maui and Kauai. I was incredibly excited for our trip, but kept thinking how sad it was that all of my flowers would die while we were away. This was the preservation technique my florist recommended and I now get to enjoy my wedding bouquet every day!
When the wind is raging and the snow is falling it can be difficult to make yourself step outside - especially when you give yourself the option of sitting on the couch under a blanket with a warm cup of cocoa and your favorite slippers. But getting outside is important during all seasons and doing so - especially during the winter time - is a great way to practice hygge.
Valentine's Day is arguably one of the most hyggelig holidays. Afterall, it's a day dedicated to showing appreciation for the ones we love most with chocolate and confectionary treats. Bake up a batch of these festive red velvet cookies to share with your loved ones this Valentine's Day.
You may be asking yourself, what exactly is "hygge?" Great question. Hygge is a Danish word that encapsulates a feeling of coziness and contentment that comes with enjoying life's simple pleasures. Learn more about the history of the word, the concept and how you can start adopting more hyggelig practices into your lifestyle.