Pronounced “Hoogah” hygge is the Danish concept of comfort and a comfortable lifestyle. After having to endure a long and miserable winter’s day commute, coming home to a hot shower, a warm blanket, a cozy cup of cocoa, and a soothing fire with soft lights are hygge. Canadians can certainly appreciate the art of hygge. Hygge is enjoying beautiful moments of coziness and companionship, alone, with family, good friends or anyone we’re most relaxed with. Enjoy champagne for one Pets bring a nice sense of companionship to a hygge home life. HYGGE AT HOME Always have something to look forward to … IN THE LIVINGROOM – bring nature and natural elements into your home. Pine boughs cut logs fresh flowers KITCHEN – fresh ingredient homemade soup or stew. Roasted roots on rice. BATHROOM – have a collection of your favorite luxury bath things. BEDROOM – keep it quiet and just for sleeping and maybe reading. READING SPACE – warm blankets and soft sheepskin with tea and favorite books. CREATIVE SPACE – grow plants to keep things …
QUIETribe is Alexandra’s blog dedicated to introverted readers and writers who believe living a quiet lifestyle is beautiful.
Do one thing every day that will bring you closer to living the quiet lifestyle you’ve been dreaming of. Build some regular Zen habits into your life so you always have space to quiet your mind, slow down and enjoy . . .
The head noise is building and you can feel yourself about to run screaming . . .
Does your desk feel like your oasis? Or, did you just look at its current state and think . . .
Choose to live a beautiful life. Cultivate each day to . . .
Up here in Ottawa, if you go North you’ll stumble upon a quiet place in Old Chelsea that is a quiet piece of Heaven . . .
“Zen involves dropping illusion and seeing things without distortion created by your own thoughts.” Urban Dictionary