In this post I'm sharing three practices that have helped me ignore commercialism and — instead — embrace the simple joys and magic of Christmas.
Many of us will be changing our plans and celebrating Valentine's Day at home this year. Check out these six ideas for keeping the holiday fun.
This simple recipe for French toast casserole is the perfect make-ahead solution for a decadent breakfast that is both sweet and savory.
Rather than getting caught up on what we’re missing this year, I wanted to write a quick list to remind myself that the devil is in the perspective. Thanksgiving 2020 may look different - but it certainly isn’t ruined. In case you, too are feeling a little low this Thanksgiving, here's what I came up with.
As a lover of all things fair isle and plaid, I can't resist holiday styles. In this post I'm rounding up holiday-inspired women's styles from some of my favorite retailers.
I've rounded up some of my favorite Thanksgiving baby finds in this shoppable post!
These DIY coffee filter ghosts are the perfect last-minute project for decorating your home for Halloween. Make them into a garland, hang them from doorways or attach them to trick-or-treat bags for a spooktacularly cute accent.
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!
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.