Half Term Hygge: A free Infographic

Today I am not at my desk. I’ll be out all day seeking for #coursehygge if there is such a thing in York. I’m training to do proofreading, having figured out that it might be a useful skill for both day job as an Office Ninja and night job as a writer. So as you read this on Monday (morning, noon or afternoon teatime) please … Continue reading Half Term Hygge: A free Infographic

Hygge Book: The Art of Hygge by Jonny Jackson and Elias Larsen

It’s a funny thing, but I can almost separate my Hygge book reviews into those before I wrote a book about hygge myself and those I have thought about and not written since. It’s almost as though I think that reviewing someone else’s book on hygge would be like the mother in maternity who looks at you baby and sniffs, before saying “It’s alright, but … Continue reading Hygge Book: The Art of Hygge by Jonny Jackson and Elias Larsen

A gift from me to you on a sunny Wednesday… No strings attached.

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 … Continue reading A gift from me to you on a sunny Wednesday… No strings attached.

scandinavian embroidery

Hygge Book: Scandinavian Needlecraft by Clare Youngs

Hygge is intrinsically linked with sitting by the fire, but I’m bad at doing nothing. I like keeping my hands busy, and I like swapping out my crafts if I can. This book is ideal for me, because it’s not all one sort of embroidery, but a collection of quite a few. Scandinavian Needlecraft is written by Clare Youngs and published by Cico Books.  The … Continue reading Hygge Book: Scandinavian Needlecraft by Clare Youngs

50 Ways to Hygge the British Way… I’ve only gone and done it.

I had bad indigestion last night and I couldn’t sleep. Perhaps I should stay up late more often??? Because, as the guinea pigs scuttled around beside me and I burped endlessly through a haze of Gaviscon (I love Gaviscon, especially the aniseed flavour) I worked on my book. That’s my book I have been going to write since I was 5 or at least since … Continue reading 50 Ways to Hygge the British Way… I’ve only gone and done it.