In the history of mankind, all that we have searched for are ways to feel content and happy.
As winter is approaching faster than anticipated, we present to you the best winter concept to practice which is "HYGGE".
Winter is the most Hygge time of the year.
"Hygge" pronounced as "hue-guh" is a concept birthed from Danish culture that defines a mood of coziness and comfort which leads to a sense of content and wellness. It can be alone or with friends and family.
In layman terms, Hygge means to create a cozy space filled with your favourite things that calms your being, make you recognise as well as enjoy the present.
We will be sharing our favourite ways to "Hygge" your way through the chilling winters.
Buckle up and let's go.
LIGHTS MAKE EVERYTHING BETTER:
We are a sucker for warm, dim, bright, cozy, basically all things glowy!
To be grateful for the present and enjoy every moment of it, our recommendation is to load up your space with your favourite lights and enjoy your evenings and weekend in the glowy space with yourself or your peers.
FIRE UP THAT BONFIRE:
Bonfires are a must in these bone chilling winters and the good thing is, it comes with a hygge effect.
Studies have shown that the warmth of bonfires are proven to increase the happy hormones and also helps in the gloomy and dark winters.
FROTH THAT COFFEE:
Coffee is a cup of hope in a world filled with chaos and Mondays. Don't we all resonate with this?
Coffee is bound to sparkle up your heart, thus making its way to the Hygge list.
Grab that cup of coffee and go sit near the bonfire and tell us if it doesn't relax your mind.
SNUGGLE UP IN THOSE COZY PYJAMAS:
Winter brings the cozy pyjamas back in-game and we are all heart for it.
Who doesn't like to wrap themselves around fur and hibernate like a sloth?
Add that to your hygge list too.
BACK TO WHERE IT ALL STARTED:
The concept of hygge has been in the society for years but something that brought all eyes to this is the NewYork Times bestseller "The little book of Hygge: Danish Secrets to Happy Living" by author Meik Wiking.
He elaborates on this more and goes to the very roots of this culture and where it came from so what are you waiting for?
Go and set up your Hygge space and let us know how you enjoyed it. Also share this blog to let more people in our Hygge circle because Sharing is caring :)
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