How to Hygge is subtitled “The Secrets of Nordic Living” and written from a Norwegian American point of view. I sometimes feel that Norway is the poor relative in the Hygge world: they don’t have lagom or Ikea, they aren’t infamously happy and even the word that they created to mean well-being and happiness in oneself has been hijacked by their once-rulers and near neighbours, … Continue reading Hygge Book: How to Hygge by Signe Johansen
Announcing my new series: A Weekend With….. Every Friday (as often as I am able: please excuse holidays or emergency weeks at work) I will share a blog with you. Not absolutely a blog about hygge, but a hyggely blog. There are so many brilliant blogs out there run by people who are the epitome of my opinion of hygge, that we (the Rest of … Continue reading A Weekend With…..
I can’t believe there isn’t an official International Hygge Day already!! So right here and now I am claiming to be the originator of International Hygge Day on the 28th February. That’s right: you have 2 weeks to plan your Hygge for that day. How will you celebrate International Hygge? Will you wear your slippers or socks to work? Will you buy cakes to share … Continue reading International Hygge Day
I have been looking forward to writing this post for a long time!!! I live in Liverpool (born about 8 miles out of it) and my children probably count as Scousers to the rest of the world. I’m not even going into what is or isn’t a Scouser… for a few good thoughts on it, read this Guardian question, Why are people from Liverpool called … Continue reading Recipe Tuesday: Lobscouse
Welcome to my blog; I’m a Family Manager and Office Ninja wanting to make my life happy and wondering if Hygge is the way to go. Continue reading Welcome! Or Velkomst as the Danish say