I know hygge has no rules… because it’s a very personal thing and what makes me feel hyggely may well be what makes you feel antipathy… but there are certain things that act as guidelines. Not fixed, immovable rules, but ideas that can help, especially if at a certain point in your life you’ve just hit a brick wall of chaos or doubt that has … Continue reading Hygge Guidance for a Good Life.
It’s February 23rd and, in England at least, we have a Road Map out of Lockdown. Yes, indeedy. By June 21st, all being well, we should be free of all restrictions and ready to roll. I hope the whole world can be free soon, and that coronavirus can take its place among the ‘things we worry about that probably won’t happen but it’s good to … Continue reading Rain or Shine, Enjoy the Company of your Friends (Mostly Outside).
And once again it is Friday,and I end up writing a book review. The passage of my time is marked only by weekly events like Book Friday, Roast Dinner on a Sunday and Quiz Monday (TV quizzes back to back for the whole evening: love it) Without external pressures of groups, meetings and more, I have noticed my interests becoming more insular this year. My … Continue reading Book Friday: Home for the Soul by Sara Bird and Dan Duchars
Small, cheap, easy things to boost your hygge in February Continue reading February: Short and very Sweet. Perhaps.
Some days you wake up brim full of life, optimism and opportunity, keen to embrace the world and get on with life. Some days you don’t. I’m not too bad today, honestly: I could have done with sitting in my cosy home for another couple of hours. I’d have enjoyed a second cup of tea today, but needs must and my best blog writing happens … Continue reading Book Friday: The Twelve Reads of Christmas.
Excellent Christmas cookbook with literary quotations reviewed on How to Hygge the British Way Continue reading Book Friday: The Little Library Christmas by Kate Young
Winter Living Style by Selina Lake: How to add cosiness and comfort to your home to create a space to simply be. Continue reading Book Friday: Winter Living Style by Selina Lake.
It poured with rain in my neck of the woods on Saturday. That meant I had very little to do, so I grabbed my notebook and pen, and set to collecting a list of actions and activities that I want to do during October and November: things I can do to enjoy Autumn in all her beauty and majesty. When you discount travelling too far … Continue reading Autumnal De-stressors: My Kick the Bucket full of Leaves List