Hygge? What the heck is that?! English, please!
Yes, I know, that is probably what most of you are thinking while reading this. Or, some of you may already know what ‘hygge’ is, if you do, you might want to skip the explanation and go straight to the post↓
For those of you who don’t know what hygge is, let me tell you:
Hygge ( pronounced hue-gah ) is a Danish word. It doesn’t translate into one word but means “cozy” or “special”, basically to enjoy life’s pleasures. You may not have heard it but you’ve definitely experienced it, everyone has. Cool right! This is one interesting thing that the Danish people have invented (aside from their pastries of course♥️).
I may be a bit late for this because winter is actually the season of coziness but it’s still winter so… here are some ways to channel them hygge vibes…
I’m sure we all have this one pair of clothes that we’d never wear outside even though they’re suuuuuper comfortable; time to get those clothes out now!
No-one really wants that much light in this season, it’s more of a calm light. For this, I always use fairy lights because they are just the coziest feeling thing EVER! Just put up a few fairy lights on the sofa or around your bed and you’re all set.
Light ‘Dem Candles
Scented candles are basically the best because you get warm-toned light and the awesome smells.
This is a personal preference thing but I feel like hot chocolate is the most wintery food or drink out there. Also, it’s really warm and delicious!
Read a Book
As you have learnt in school, reading is great for your mind – not including reading twitter, Instagram, Facebook or any other kind of social media – and it is really great when you find the perfect book. So I think you should probably go scavenge for your perfect book now.
Put That Phone DOWN
One thing that all of us do is check our phones for any life updates; your life is here, enjoy the present and not just the phone screen.
Have a Warm Bath
Ooooohhh LUSH! Yes, this is defo the best time to pull out my huge basket of Lush bath bombs (heaven). I recently used the Lava Lamp bath bomb and it smells amazing. Expect quite a few reviews (;
Wrap Up Like a Burrito
Now the only thing that could possibly make this better is to snuggle up in a-million-and-one blankets while doing all of the above; good luck with that!
How else do you like to wind down?
2 thoughts on “Embracing Hygge”
I was reading through this hygge list like”yup, same, uh-huh, check that…”
I feel like my ideal “comfy” is a cup of hot chocolate/coffee/tea, my bed, a sketchbook+art supplies, a good book, and an overactive imagination.
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Yes, that’s exactly how I feel when reading other hygge posts! An overactive imagination is definitely a must! 👍🏼
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