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.
It's my 50th post on the site! To celebrate, I'm sharing 50 simple ways to practice hygge this winter.
Having spent the last 8 months riding out the unexpected upheaval that has been life during a global pandemic (while pregnant), I'm finding myself faced with a whole new range of thoughts and emotions as we gear up for this holiday season. Here are my hopes for all of us as we prepare for this special time of year.
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.
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.