If you've ever wondered why it always seems like the Danes are living their best life, the answer is simple: hygge. Hygge, pronounced like hoo-gah, is the art of taking joy in the simple things and living the coziest life possible. Don't worry; you don't have to travel to Denmark to get this lifestyle because I'm going to show you how to bring it straight to your room!
My freshman year of college I would roll out of bed, rub the dust out of my eyes, throw on a hoodie and head to class. Last semester, my first semester of sophomore year, I landed an internship that required me to be there at 8 a.m. (don't worry it was 1000% worth it). I knew the gremlin hoodie look wasn't going to cut it, so I developed a morning routine, and it has honestly saved my life. Here are some of the tips I used to implement my routine:
This holiday season has been filled with lots of new favorites and I can't wait to share them with you!
2018 has been a year. It's been a year of grieve. It's been a year of sadness. It's been a year of stress. But it's also been a tremendous year of growth. 2018 is quickly coming to an end. With the New Year right around the corner, I think it's important to look back and reflect on everything 2018 has taught me.
If you read my November Favorites you may remember hearing about Hygge (n.: the Danish art of taking joy in the simple things). Well, the time has finally come for me to dive right in and show you how you can implement hygge into this holiday season, so get excited! But first, let me give you a bit of background. Hygge is a practice that the Danish developed to make the most out of their lives and implement gratitude for the simple things. Hygge focuses on the feelings of coziness and contentment, and what better time of the year for this than one when you’re surrounded by friends and family! After…