I think I need more practise on the computer on how to upload PDF files to share. I think I do.
I have been busy this last week with two things: I am still getting on with writing the next book in my hygge series (What! You hoped I’d stop at one! Fie, what foolishness!) on Summer Hygge. Yesterday was the chapter on what to do when it rains. Very apt.
And on Saturday I am hosting a table at the Ladies’ Spring Dinner at my Church.* Basically a volunteer (or two) works on creating a table with centre display, decorations, plate settings et al all organised around a theme. It is a lovely experience, really hyggely because for that evening the people on your table are your guests. I’ve made some very good friends from it, and I love spending the time thinking of a theme and organising it. This year’s theme was easy, of course…. 2017 is the Year of Hygge, after all!
But since not everybody has heard of hygge and in my role as (self-appointed) Ambassador of Hygge I feel everybody should at least know that hygge is something they already do, this is just the name for it, I have written a booklet to give to them. It’s like a 4 page introduction to hygge for absolute beginners.
And I hope to be able to offer it to you as well. If you would like to download the booklet, please follow this link: How To Hygge The British Way Free Booklet and save or print the PDF there. Do tell me if this doesn’t work, so I can experiment with it a little more. The booklet is free to you for personal use, but please don’t copy it or nick any pictures from it without asking first. I’m also not asking you to sign up to or buy anything. That’s hygge for you.
*If you’d like to read up on past Spring Dinners, I blogged about them on my personal blog, Angel Jem’s City Cottage as What Happens When… and In Spring A Churchwoman’s Fancy… They are very good fun, and so creatively inspiring to do!
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