May’s Hygge DayBook, Yes I had planned to do this every week, as I used to. That didn’t work out. Yet. I had planned to get a linky up for it, promote it, get others to share their “hygge days”. And
What got left behind? I loathe making dinner. I despise it. It is the absolute bane of my existence. It’s gotten so I don’t really enjoy eating dinner all that much. I’d just as soon have cereal. Or toast, (whole
Photos and a happy/sad tale from one of our favorite holidays in the past few years, as well as our most hygge holiday ever, hands down. Part of the reason it was such a perfect week was because it occurred
Comfort Food… Perhaps not the best choice nutrition wise, but always good for the mind and soul. Thus often a part of our Hygge Moments, and mentioned in my winter Hygge By Post Subscription Box this month! Here are a
Note the “Classic Can Shaped Cranberry, Chilled & Sliced” Hygge doesn’t have to be posh! (It’s actually better if it isn’t.) And finally, how any sensible, hygge-obsessed person dresses on Thanksgiving!
Our family has loved living the Hygge* Life for many years, so many that we’re now sharing the joy with HyggebyPost – our monthly subscription box of Curated, Perfect Imperfection, (that’s pretty much the byline right now – what do ya think?) I’d
(In Retrospect: Tumbling Summer Talking To Jesus) And these are the questions rolling in over and around me day after day, as I silent talk to Jesus: Has the garden been watered, have the dogs been fed, do the