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You love the little book of Hygge? Now, you can enjoy it daily with the essentials of the Hygge, your cosy reminder to add happiness and self care WITHOUT the pressure of social rules.

Furry friends as love hygge❤️❤️🐶.You love the little book of Hygge? Now, you can enjoy it daily with the essentials of the Hygge, your cosy reminder to add happiness and self care WITHOUT the pressure of social rules.

Post Christmas and New Years and now January feels like a loooong cold month - who is up for taking the 7 Day Hygge Challenge to bring a bit of cosy back into our lives?

I would adjust for the seasons. Can't take a long walk in scarves and wooly gloves during a Texas summer.

I pinned this twice; I like the negative contrast (via repin)

mantra as Im cleaning --- Have nothing in your house that you do not know to be useful, or believe to be beautiful - William Morris quote illustrated by Lisa Congdon

12-Month Hygge Challenge Will Help You Embrace Coziness All Year Long | curated by ajaedmond.com | simple living | minimalist lifestyle | minimalist living | simple life | back to basics living | back to basics lifestyle

Our 12-Month Hygge Challenge Will Help You Embrace Coziness All Year Long

Our Hygge Challenge Will Help You Embrace Coziness All Year Long. I'm not sure challenges are Hyggelig though.

11 Untranslatable Words From Other Cultures [INFOGRAPHIC]

Komorebi-- I often seek a word to describe that. - 11 Untranslatable Words From Other Cultures Infographic. things English don't have a words for that other languages do

How To Hygge (Or: 29 Ways To Actually Enjoy Winter) - http://www.yesandyes.org/2015/11/how-to-hygge.html?utm_campaign=coschedule&utm_source=pinterest&utm_medium=Uprising%20Wellness

Let's borrow the Danish concept of hygge (pronounced hooga). In essence, hygge means creating a warm atmosphere and enjoying the good things in life with good people.

Sentimental feelings can be hard to convey sometimes. Yet, Danish people have figured it out with the term "hygge." Although there is literally no single translation for the concept (pronounced hoo-gah or hue-gah) the Danes use hygge to describe the warm feelings of happiness, comfort, and coziness—not unlike our idea of holiday spirit.

The Secret to Happiness at Home is Hygge (So, What Does Hygge Mean? And How Can I Get Some?)

Sentimental feelings can be hard to convey sometimes. Yet, Danish people have figured it out with the term "hygge." Although there is literally no single translation for the concept (pronounced hoo-gah or hue-gah) the Danes use hygge to describe the warm feelings of happiness, comfort, and coziness—not unlike our idea of holiday spirit.

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