"It gets better" is true about winter blues, too! ~Jeanine
How are you? I would really like to know.
Which hygge practices have worked well for you? And are there any that haven't worked as well as you thought or hoped they would?
Next month, I will blog every day, but my focus will be the marriage of hygge and spirituality. I'll be talking about how to create a hygge spiritual practice.
Though I believe that having a hygge spiritual practice can help with winter blues, but you'd still be doing hygge things, that will not be my focus. So I want to check in with you here, or on my how are you page.
Let me know what you'd like me to write about in my newsletters. The blog posts are planned and/or written already, but my newsletters aren't.
I can meet you there and we can talk about whatever makes spring difficult for you and how you might make it easier.
Love to you!
"Every home should have a little cosy nook to retreat to, preferably a window seat with a view looking out to nature. Add layers of cushions and a blanket and enjoy an afternoon of peace and quiet with a good book."
Wanting to create your own warm, cozy spot that you and your family can sink into each day for comfort and togetherness? Watch this 30-second video for inspiration & then read on for tips on how to do it...
"Hygge is about hunkering down: It’s all candles, blazing fires, warm blankets and fuzzy slippers, reading nooks (called hyggekrog), comfortable pants (hyggebukser), wollen socks (hyggesokker) and tea." ~ Lisa Tolen, NBC News