Posts in the Hygge category are a collection of ideas for living with contentment, comfort, coziness, and well-being.
Hygge, pronounced “Hoo-gah”, is a Danish or Norwegian word that means the feeling of quality cosiness and comfort.
It can be applied to many aspects of lifestyle such as making living space comfortable, spending time with friends and family, and delicious food.
Hygge is very popular around Christmas time. Making a place more merry and warm in the dark winter can help bring about the feeling of a good atmosphere. It can also be observed year-round. See the Summer Bucket List for ideas to get inspiration in the summer.
More Lifestyle Living has a collection of posts on Hygge lifestyle.
Wintertime can be a season of warmth. Just wrap up in a blanket and get cozy! These are 7 easy ways to get cozy, even on the coldest winter days.
As a child, I’ve always loved snow days. I can too as an adult with self care on snow days. These are 20 of my favorite ways to relax and do activities that I’ve wanted to do that aren’t social media.
This hygge book list will leave you cozy! Discover new reads to enjoy during a quiet moment or learn a new way to do something fun. I’ve rounded up my most favorite hygge books and most popular books to read.
This Yoga Mat Spray DIY recipe is an excellent way to naturally clean the mat and keep the bacteria away. See the recipe I like to use and make one for your yoga practice.
These hygge bullet journal prompts are here to help you get cozy and energize your spirits. Use these prompts for personal growth and development in your hygge morning routine.
This Hygge bucket List for the Winter is sure to make you feel cozy and warm in the wintertime snow and the cold evening nights. These little pleasures are sure to bring happiness, wellness, and contentment during the short winter days, and long nights.
I’m pursuing my own healthy nighttime routine and enjoy settling in for the night before bed. See what I like to include in my hygge nighttime routine and how I like to get cozy.
The first week of 2020 has flown by, and I’m falling in love with intentional living. It’s a practice that I know is beneficial to all areas of my life.