Continuing the tour!! Hygge is synonymous with a warm drink. If you look at so many of the Kindle books about hygge that came out, so many of them feature a pair of hands clasped around a warm drink of tea, coffee or (the hygge favourite) cocoa. Indeed, when Meik Wiking’s favourite description of hygge is as “cocoa by candlelight” then you know a hot … Continue reading Hygge is… warm drinks
The Book Tour continues…. Taking care of ourselves and those we love is a part of hygge. We only have one life, one body and to be free to enjoy time with those we love for as long as we are able to, it behoves us to take care of that body. Hygge has a very balanced way of looking at life. Not too much … Continue reading Book Tour Day 3: Hygge is…. Taking care of our own body
Having a treat is an important part of hygge. Real life is hard, work does have to be done and if you don’t do it, then who will? But tied up with the hard work has to be the reward. And, yes, I know that reward is intrinsic, pleasure in a job well done and that you can get by without a treat… but … Continue reading Hygge is…. having a treat occasionally
Hygge has gone worldwide this year. The Great Dane Invasion started in the UK in September 2016, but really only just hit the USA and Canada in January 2017. That doesn’t mean that they didn’t have hygge before. There are enough Danish ex-pats and descendants in the North of America to mean that hygge has been there for quite a while now. Today’s blogger … Continue reading A Weekend With…. Kristie of North of 49
It’s a lovely time of year in the Northern hemisphere now… Spring has definitely arrived in the UK, with warm temperatures and blossom everywhere! And Easter is just around the corner, with its promise of eggs and bunnies. I know some schools have already broken up, but my teenagers don’t break for the Easter Holidays until Friday, so this week is the week I’ve begun … Continue reading Spring Hygge is in full bloom!
It is a strange fact that as a Kindle author you don’t get a publisher and a publicist to take care of book sales for you. Nobody arranges the book tour, or blog tour, or any tour, nobody writes enthusiastic press releases, nobody takes charge of sending out review copies to the Big Names of whatever subject you’ve written about. It’s just not included. That … Continue reading Starting next week on HTHTBW… the 50 Ways to Hygge the British Way Book Tour!!
This week has been very busy, with work and life. My recipe for today isn’t actually for food, but for fun. Ingredients and method: Take one daughter, aged about 15 Take one Body Shop open late with invited guests only Add a Mum who blogs Take some birthday cash and pocket money and spend it wisely I was lucky enough to wangle an invitation to … Continue reading Recipe Tuesday: Take one daughter…
A few months ago there was a spate of articles going around and basically dissing hygge, saying that it might be alright for old fogeys who lived nice middle class lives in nice home counties areas with wooden beamed pubs and fireplaces, but it wouldn’t work in a place like London. Most notably Miriam Bouteba derided Hygge as a waste of London and was answered … Continue reading #Hygge in the heart of the Capital? Yes, if you have hygge in your heart!