About my books and Social Media links

If you’d like to know more about hygge, then my books are available now:  50 Ways to Hygge the British Way  is available in Paperback and Kindle version and so is How to Hygge Your Summer, again in Paperback and Kindle form, from Amazon.  If you purchase through the links on this page, I get a couple of pence extra per copy, and if you’ve … Continue reading About my books and Social Media links

Thursday June 1st: Setting the scene.

Today is a rare day at work for me, an early finish with no teaching work planned this evening. I have the possibility of Women’s Institute, which I should go to since I missed last month’s, or an event to celebrate 50 years of Sgt Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band, but neither are screaming at me and it depends when I get home on whether … Continue reading Thursday June 1st: Setting the scene.

I am looking out over June, and imagining the possibilities. Who’s with me?

It’s the last day of May… who knew that time moves faster the older you get? Well, I’d begun to suspect this when six weeks as a teacher never felt the same as six weeks as a child. Far too short a summer holiday! And tomorrow is June, the month that represents the zenith of the Sun’s power in the Northern hemisphere. Until Midsummer’s Eve … Continue reading I am looking out over June, and imagining the possibilities. Who’s with me?

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

Finding Hygge in the Small Things

I am feeling a little paralysed at the moment. Not literally, of course, but metaphorically. My brain is a swirl of issues and worries and matters that all too often threaten my smooth nature. It’s not very hyggely. Work (by which I mean my day job as Office Ninja at Peter Kneale Solicitor) has recently expanded to 6 days a week as we trial Saturday … Continue reading Finding Hygge in the Small Things