The Cozy Life
In today’s world, we’re constantly rushing from one thing to the next and are struggling with information overload. We’re more disconnected from ourselves and our loved ones than ever before. Rediscover the joy of the simple things through the Danish concept of Hygge in The Cozy Life. This book will inspire you to slow down and enjoy life’s cozy moments! Learn about the Danish cultural phenomenon of Hygge, and the secret to why Denmark is consistently rated the happiest country in the world Embrace the little things and take simplicity and minimalism up a notch Add Hygge into every aspect of your life with practical examples and tips Say goodbye to the Winter Blues and live a healthier, centred life This charming little book, filled with hand drawn illustrations, beautifully addresses that yearning we all have for a more authentic life, created by ourselves instead of external forces. What’s stopping you from living a more meaningful and connected life?

The Cozy Life Details

TitleThe Cozy Life
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LanguageEnglish
ReleaseApr 4th, 2016
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GenreNonfiction, Self Help

The Cozy Life Review

  • Dana
    January 1, 1970
    This is a sweet little book that you can read in about an hour and will help you incorporate the concept of hygge into your daily life. “These pages hold the ingredients for creating a richer and deeper experience in everything we do. So if, perhaps, you want to wrap yourself in a lifestyle that feels like a warm hug, then this book is for you.”I realize, after reading it, I have been hygge-ing most of my life! It’s about surrounding yourself with people and things you love; making your home you This is a sweet little book that you can read in about an hour and will help you incorporate the concept of hygge into your daily life. “These pages hold the ingredients for creating a richer and deeper experience in everything we do. So if, perhaps, you want to wrap yourself in a lifestyle that feels like a warm hug, then this book is for you.”I realize, after reading it, I have been hygge-ing most of my life! It’s about surrounding yourself with people and things you love; making your home your haven by filling it with things that are meaningful to you and getting rid of what is not. I decided years ago to hang only original art in my home, no more prints, reproduced in hundreds – and that little change made a big difference. It doesn’t have to be expensive art. I do have a few really nice pieces, but also some made by family that are just as beautiful and meaningful. It is the little things that bring us pleasure, not having lots of stuff – but having quality things such as cozy bedding, thick fluffy towels, yummy soaps, the best quality tea and coffee....and so on. You don’t need more ‘stuff’ to ‘hygge’, you just need a few quality things that bring you pleasure. One thing I have enjoyed this winter is a simple bowl of pinecones and pine boughs I arranged in a pretty bowl and put on my dining room table – free, from my back yard, but brings a nice wintery aroma to the room. Also, I find inexpensive tea lights are a must for winter hygge.So put on your best pajamas, light a few candles, make a cup of tea (or warm beverage of your choice), wrap up in a soft blanket and grab a good book. This cozy lifestyle will definitely help chase away the winter blues.
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  • Amanda
    January 1, 1970
    The third and probably last book about Hygge I've read. After reading the first one, I wanted to get some alternate viewpoints based on some of the reviews. This one looks self published and is definitely the lower physical/professional quality of the three. I mainly picked it out because it had the most holds at my library of all the Hygge books. The main thing that I gained from reading three books on the subject is that everyone's hygge is a little different. Some focus more on social connect The third and probably last book about Hygge I've read. After reading the first one, I wanted to get some alternate viewpoints based on some of the reviews. This one looks self published and is definitely the lower physical/professional quality of the three. I mainly picked it out because it had the most holds at my library of all the Hygge books. The main thing that I gained from reading three books on the subject is that everyone's hygge is a little different. Some focus more on social connection, some more on peaceful solitude. Some focus more on hunting and eating meat, and others don't mention it at all. The first two books both included products and objects that are important to nordic culture and "hygge," but this third book did not include any, and emphasized more that hygge is simple, that it's valuing what you already have, and that hygge is for everyone, no matter what economic status.
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  • Peggy Chan
    January 1, 1970
    The writer tells us what Hygge is and how to apply the concept of Hygge in our lives so that we can lead a minimalist life that is uncluttered. Reading this book gave me a feeling of comfort and I found it very pleasurable. She gives many tips on how we can make our lives more enjoyable by creating a Hygge home.
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  • Penny Watson
    January 1, 1970
    Got the paperback. I am obsessed right now with the Danish concept of hygge. This book is adorable. It has suggestions for incorporating hygge into you life in every way...through food, activity, rituals, self-reflection, and establishing traditions that focus on simple pleasures.I also love the minimalist component.Lovely book and inspiring concept for life!
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  • Megan
    January 1, 1970
    2.5 stars. It was a cute book, and I like the hygge concept, for certain! That said, the content was a bit repetitive (lots of talk of candles) and could have been whittled down further. More personal stories about hygge in Danes' lives would have improved things, but overall a pleasant and fun read.
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  • Leesa
    January 1, 1970
    HYGGE ALL DAY EVERYDAY. Favorite and this book is adorable w/the sweetest little drawings. Srsly cute cute cute and cozy cozy cozy and love love love.
  • JanB
    January 1, 1970
    It seems I'm hearing about the Danish concept of Hygge everywhere these days. So when my GR friend (thanks Dana!) gave this such a great review I picked it up. I'm so glad I did. The Danes are said to be the happiest people on earth and Hygge is what helps get them through the long dark winters. Hygge is about discovering the joy in simple things, and being more mindful and intentional. It's about being instead of having. At my age this resonates with me. I regularly purge and feel a strong desi It seems I'm hearing about the Danish concept of Hygge everywhere these days. So when my GR friend (thanks Dana!) gave this such a great review I picked it up. I'm so glad I did. The Danes are said to be the happiest people on earth and Hygge is what helps get them through the long dark winters. Hygge is about discovering the joy in simple things, and being more mindful and intentional. It's about being instead of having. At my age this resonates with me. I regularly purge and feel a strong desire to rid myself of too much "stuff" which not only clutters the house, it clutters my mind. It gives me great joy to be surrounded by things that perhaps don't have monetary value, but have a deep meaning to me. Also, cozy clothes, throws, socks, a fire in the fireplace, good food, a good book, dogs curled up next to me, good friends....well, let's just say I have that one down pat and have for many years, but I need to work on disconnecting electronics ;-) Hygge is about a spirit of togetherness, hospitality, simple food, and cozy surroundings. It's a concept that can be incorporated into our everyday lives and the author gives tips on how to do that. There's nothing earth-shattering here, just good reminders that, in the words of the author, "moments of connection, presence, simplicity, and joy are what enriches our lives at a deeper level".It was fitting that I read this little gem while under the weather, on my cozy couch in my cozy clothes, while sipping a warm cup of tea.
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  • Chelsea
    January 1, 1970
    Marketed as "the first ever book written about hygge," I expected something quite a bit more...substantial. I suppose my expectations were a little too high and I probably shouldn't have assumed that just because it is, apparently, the FIRST one written (according to whom? Any evidence?), that it would be that much better compared to the loads of others that have been written since. I had a couple big issues with this book that in the end left me with more questions than answers.The author is ha Marketed as "the first ever book written about hygge," I expected something quite a bit more...substantial. I suppose my expectations were a little too high and I probably shouldn't have assumed that just because it is, apparently, the FIRST one written (according to whom? Any evidence?), that it would be that much better compared to the loads of others that have been written since. I had a couple big issues with this book that in the end left me with more questions than answers.The author is half-Danish, half-Filipino, and was born and raised in Denmark until she was 5 years old when at that time she and her family moved to Vancouver, Canada. One of the main issues I had with this book is that although she spent her first 5 years living in a Scandinavian country before moving to Canada, and was raised by a Danish father, in my opinion it's a little too obvious that she is more or less completely "Canadianized" and is in a way too far removed from her homeland to have a really solid grasp on what hygge means. Now in no way do I mean to imply that she doesn't have any authority at all on the subject of being Danish or of their particular way of life - far be it for me to say that I'm the expert on who is or is not a true Scandinavian (I'm Canadian through and through, so no authority here) - but to me it does come across that her understanding of hygge is secondary and perhaps as more of an idea or as an idealized way of life than anything else. To me, Danes and other Scandinavians just live hygge, they don't have to try, and it's usually hard for them to explain it in such black-and-white terms as she does, almost like checking items off of a grocery list.The other main issue I had is that the 'secrets' that are revealed throughout really don't feel like secrets at all; in fact, I would dare say that you could replace the word hygge with just about any other buzz word of the moment, (mindfulness, minimalism, slow-living), and you would still find that the book makes sense. Each 'secret' or lesson is superficial and lacking depth so that it really just feels like a book full of common sense - for example, when the author explains the difference between drinking tea or coffee: "Drinking tea reminds me of slowing down my body, mind and soul ... Coffee, on the other hand, is about speeding up, increasing energy to get you through the day with that quick caffeine hit ... Both beverages are hygge in their own way. Sitting in a coffee shop with a hot latte is just as cozy as sipping on herbal tea before bedtime."Well yes, this is true, but did it need to be written down in a book? It seems a little like stating the obvious to me. I'm not sure why this sentence in particular irks me as much as it does, but trust me when I say that it represents the overall flow of the entire book, ie. a lot of super obvious blanket statements that don't seem to make sense to specifically living hyggeligt in comparison to any other way of living 'mindfully,' or just living in general. I'm being quite harsh, I know, and perhaps it's because I've read a handful of other awesome and informative books about hygge and Scandinavian culture, (The Year of Living Danishly and The Little Book of Hygge are my two favourites), but regardless of this fact I know I'd have still felt that this book leaves much to desire even if I hadn't yet read anything on the subject beforehand.
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  • Felicia
    January 1, 1970
    I may have to rename my "cozy blanket reads" shelf to "hygge reads" because that totally encompasses what a cozy blanket read is for me. I'm so enamoured with the concept of hygge, it totally fits my aesthetic and the desires of my heart :) The writing is very simple but that works for the concept of this book as well.
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  • Hope
    January 1, 1970
    “Hygge was never meant to be translated; it was meant to be felt.” - ToveMaren StakkestadNevertheless, Pia Edberg does her best to explain it. She sums it up as “the joy in simple things.” It’s joy in relationships. It’s coziness, homeyness, and contentedness. "In a big departure from modern culture, we intentionally enjoy the domestic and personal aspects of life. It’s really about simplicity."Edberg says the Danes have perfected the art of hygge because they are less materialistic than other c “Hygge was never meant to be translated; it was meant to be felt.” - ToveMaren StakkestadNevertheless, Pia Edberg does her best to explain it. She sums it up as “the joy in simple things.” It’s joy in relationships. It’s coziness, homeyness, and contentedness. "In a big departure from modern culture, we intentionally enjoy the domestic and personal aspects of life. It’s really about simplicity."Edberg says the Danes have perfected the art of hygge because they are less materialistic than other cultures, valuing experiences and relationships over accumulating stuff. She calls it “the minimalist concept, taken up a notch.” It’s a healthful survival technique in a country where the cold weather and lack of sunlight can lead to depression. By focusing on all the cozy things you can do on a damp day, (build a fire, drink hot chocolate, snuggle under a blanket, etc., you are practicing hygge.The main thing I learned from this book was how to pronounce hygge (HOO-gah) and that it’s both a noun and a verb. None of Edberg’s explanations and suggestions are revolutionary, but I appreciated the reminders to slow down and savor God’s good gifts. Gratitude is a central component of hygge. What Edberg calls “cozy” activities I would venture to call “humanizing.”I didn’t know until I read this book that I’m a hyggelist. Some of the activities she suggests for a more cozy life are 1) making your own bread, 2) reading a good book, 3) drinking tea, 4) writing letters, 5) printing your pictures to put into actual albums, 6) taking a walk, and 7) keeping a gratitude journal. Most of all, focus on what’s important. Savor the moment. Concentrate on your soul more than on your achievements.A simple little book that can be read in one sitting.
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  • LeAnne
    January 1, 1970
    I'm so intrigued by hygge. Reading this book i discovered that I do a lot of these things already. For me, it's about slowing down, putting down my phone, and making people a priority. I want to do that more this year. This book also inspired me to declutter, which is something i really need to do. Glad this was my first book of 2017!
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  • Rebekah
    January 1, 1970
    A sweet book about creating and treasuring moments with family, warmth, good food and drink, that sort of thing. nice to know there's a word for it!
  • Stephanie
    January 1, 1970
    I've been interested in the Danish concept of hygge for awhile now but wasn't sure which book to pick up (there have been SO many "how to hygge" books published in the last little while!) When this one showed up on Kindle for $4.99 I decided to give it a go. This was an incredibly fast read - I have a newborn and was able to finish it in one sitting. It reads more like a collection of informal blog posts than it does deep, thought-provoking non-fiction but that's okay. I was looking for a brief I've been interested in the Danish concept of hygge for awhile now but wasn't sure which book to pick up (there have been SO many "how to hygge" books published in the last little while!) When this one showed up on Kindle for $4.99 I decided to give it a go. This was an incredibly fast read - I have a newborn and was able to finish it in one sitting. It reads more like a collection of informal blog posts than it does deep, thought-provoking non-fiction but that's okay. I was looking for a brief introduction to hygge, and this book delivered. (Spoiler: hygge is essentially cozy, minimalist living with an emphasis on simplicity and quality time) I found the first few chapters, where the author discusses the history and cultural significance of hygge, very interesting but the rest of the book was a bit vague and became a little repetitive. Still - a quick, enjoyable read that I'd recommend to anyone interested in an overview of this trend. "All those small moments in between the big moments are just as important and precious. Feelings of connection, presence, simplicity, and joy are what enriches our lives at a deeper level." "It’s extremely important to spend time alone with ourselves in order to dream and reflect. When we can become comfortable with introspection and idleness, we find the space to figure out who we really are."
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  • Lori
    January 1, 1970
    This is a very quick read on a lovely topic. The author's interview with her Danish father about his impressions of hygge was interesting, but the rest of the book is filled with superficial, familiar tidbits: take a hot bath, wear a cozy sweater, enjoy a latte with friends. I appreciated the information about hygge but finished the book still wanting some deeper or more meaningful insight into hygge. This reads like a string of hastily written blog posts; not bad, necessarily, but I'm not sure This is a very quick read on a lovely topic. The author's interview with her Danish father about his impressions of hygge was interesting, but the rest of the book is filled with superficial, familiar tidbits: take a hot bath, wear a cozy sweater, enjoy a latte with friends. I appreciated the information about hygge but finished the book still wanting some deeper or more meaningful insight into hygge. This reads like a string of hastily written blog posts; not bad, necessarily, but I'm not sure it really warrants a book.
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  • Keishua
    January 1, 1970
    such a great book to remind one to slow down and savor. lots of good tips for any time of year.
  • Courtney (A Little Bookish Life)
    January 1, 1970
    I thought that this was a preciously charming read about cultivating more cozy into your life!
  • Cocoon Read
    January 1, 1970
    |Review in EN & FR|I have Swedish and Polish origins: countries where winter is long and rough, so I bathe in a "hygge" universe since childhood! I'm particularly sensitive to this cozy atmosphere, turned towards the well-being, that's why I enjoyed so much this book. I didn't learn much but I recommend it if you want to discover this way of life and improve yours!+ : it's a feel-good book with very simple advices to apply and often not expensive (even free), the pleasure of reading my daily |Review in EN & FR|I have Swedish and Polish origins: countries where winter is long and rough, so I bathe in a "hygge" universe since childhood! I'm particularly sensitive to this cozy atmosphere, turned towards the well-being, that's why I enjoyed so much this book. I didn't learn much but I recommend it if you want to discover this way of life and improve yours!+ : it's a feel-good book with very simple advices to apply and often not expensive (even free), the pleasure of reading my daily life (I'm so hygge in my everyday life that reading it aloud became a joke with my darling ^^)- : the author could have further developed her well-being tips and gave more anecdotes-------Je suis d'origine suédoise et polonaise, des pays où l'hiver est long et rude, autant vous dire que je baigne dans un univers "hygge" depuis l'enfance ! Je suis particulièrement sensible à cet univers cosy, tourné vers le bien-être, donc ce livre m'a beaucoup plu. Je n'y ai pas appris grand chose mais je vous le recommande si vous souhaitez découvrir ce mode de vie et améliorer votre quotidien !+ : c'est un livre feel-good avec des conseils très simples à appliquer et souvent peu coûteux (voire gratuits), le plaisir de lire mon quotidien (je suis tellement hygge dans ma vie de tous les jours que le lire à haute voix est devenu une blague avec mon chéri ^^)- : l'auteure aurait pu encore développer ses conseils bien-être et donner plus d'anecdotes
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  • Jill
    January 1, 1970
    This book was a sweet, simple introduction to the concept of "hygge." It's a short book and a quick read, but I enjoyed meandering through it a little more slowly than I normally would a book this size. I don't know that I learned anything new about hygge, but I did pick up some practical tips for incorporating more hygge into my life. I think that I will now skim through the book again and try incorporating different aspects of hygge into my day (otherwise this is just going to plant in my brai This book was a sweet, simple introduction to the concept of "hygge." It's a short book and a quick read, but I enjoyed meandering through it a little more slowly than I normally would a book this size. I don't know that I learned anything new about hygge, but I did pick up some practical tips for incorporating more hygge into my life. I think that I will now skim through the book again and try incorporating different aspects of hygge into my day (otherwise this is just going to plant in my brain as an "interesting read," but I won't do anything about it). I do think the book is written a bit too simply, but I enjoyed reading it, and I am glad to have it on my shelf as a handy reference for ways to incorporate the Danish idea of "the cozy life" into my own life.
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  • Bridget Hanks
    January 1, 1970
    A super quick read, full of hygge. If you're new to the concept, it's full of gems, but for me, it didn't contain very much that was new or inspiring. I've pretty much been aggressively pursuing cozy for years. I'm part Danish, so I'm eager to try some of the recipes and get in touch with my heritage. And while I've been practicing some parts of hygge for ages (coziness, simplicity, tea, etc) I haven't been as faithful to say, take long walks in the cold. I'll have to get up the courage to do th A super quick read, full of hygge. If you're new to the concept, it's full of gems, but for me, it didn't contain very much that was new or inspiring. I've pretty much been aggressively pursuing cozy for years. I'm part Danish, so I'm eager to try some of the recipes and get in touch with my heritage. And while I've been practicing some parts of hygge for ages (coziness, simplicity, tea, etc) I haven't been as faithful to say, take long walks in the cold. I'll have to get up the courage to do that more often and see if it enhances my hygge experience. For me, this book was less of a discovery of a new way of life and more of a validation of how I'm already living.
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  • Kathie
    January 1, 1970
    I read this because I missed the coziness of my Christmas decorations. It wasn't what I expected but still a good intro to 'hygge'. As it turns out, that concept appeals to me - from my sweaters, to my books, to the way I like my food, to the peace that I often crave (except I'm not much for hosting in my home, but I can work on that). The best parts were the traditional recipes and the stories from her father. And my house (at least my living room) is still sweet and cozy and welcoming even aft I read this because I missed the coziness of my Christmas decorations. It wasn't what I expected but still a good intro to 'hygge'. As it turns out, that concept appeals to me - from my sweaters, to my books, to the way I like my food, to the peace that I often crave (except I'm not much for hosting in my home, but I can work on that). The best parts were the traditional recipes and the stories from her father. And my house (at least my living room) is still sweet and cozy and welcoming even after Christmas. :)
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  • Melanie
    January 1, 1970
    A great book on returning to the simple life based on the happiness of the Danish people. Pronounced Hoo-gah, it focuses on cozy activities, well-being, intimacy, warmth with yourself, candles, blankets, fireplaces, picnics, etc. Since my husband works with a Danish company and I've been to Copenhagen twice with him (in a brutal winter and a beautiful fall). In our world of excesses and high-tech, this little book reminds you to focus on the little things. Similar to the minimalistic movement an A great book on returning to the simple life based on the happiness of the Danish people. Pronounced Hoo-gah, it focuses on cozy activities, well-being, intimacy, warmth with yourself, candles, blankets, fireplaces, picnics, etc. Since my husband works with a Danish company and I've been to Copenhagen twice with him (in a brutal winter and a beautiful fall). In our world of excesses and high-tech, this little book reminds you to focus on the little things. Similar to the minimalistic movement and the quest to "spark joy" (The Life-changing Magic of Tidying Up), there is nothing earth-shattering, but it is a good reminder to focus on what is truly important.
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    January 1, 1970
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  • Linda
    January 1, 1970
    cute little book and read...seems I've been living my own personal Hygge life and didn't even know it!! Yay Me!!! :)
  • Amanda
    January 1, 1970
    Good tips on living a simple and cozy lifeGood reminders for living a simple, minimal, and cozy lifestyle. I really enjoyed this book. It was short and sweet. It was kind of basic and included a lot of things I already knew, but also had quite a bit to offer that I didn't know. I knew nothing about the Danish "hygge" before and this was very informative on it.
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  • Teresa
    January 1, 1970
    Another book about positive over negative, comfort in oneself, your surroundings, your life, minimalism, being cozy, slowing down, being mindful in our daily lives. It was a nice Danish insight into what is Hygge, the development and how to create Hygge in your own life. I've read the Swedish version and several American versions, avoided the Japanese version and pretty much got it now. In fact, I could probably write this book. I will say, it's a good reminder for us to slow down and create the Another book about positive over negative, comfort in oneself, your surroundings, your life, minimalism, being cozy, slowing down, being mindful in our daily lives. It was a nice Danish insight into what is Hygge, the development and how to create Hygge in your own life. I've read the Swedish version and several American versions, avoided the Japanese version and pretty much got it now. In fact, I could probably write this book. I will say, it's a good reminder for us to slow down and create the warm, comfortable environment, the life we want to live while being a good host or hostess to others.Update: I reread this book and updated my rating. She has some really good points on calming your life, becoming more joyful and satisfied with your present life, and less focused on activities and stuff and keeping up with others. Definitely worth reading. I think I'll find myself rereading this one rather regularly as a reminder to slow myself.
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  • KimA
    January 1, 1970
    The Danish concept of hygge raises self-care to an artform and makes it seem like a cultural norm, something that happens as naturally as breathing. Pia Edberg offers practical tips and advice we can all use to organize our live, our homes, and ourselves in a way that puts comfort first so we can express our care for ourselves and for each other in an easy-going way. I had never heard of hygge before, but love the idea! The ideas in the book were explained clearly which will make them easy to im The Danish concept of hygge raises self-care to an artform and makes it seem like a cultural norm, something that happens as naturally as breathing. Pia Edberg offers practical tips and advice we can all use to organize our live, our homes, and ourselves in a way that puts comfort first so we can express our care for ourselves and for each other in an easy-going way. I had never heard of hygge before, but love the idea! The ideas in the book were explained clearly which will make them easy to implement in whole or in part. I especially love the inclusion of recipes and craft projects at the end to make it that much more convenient to to try some of the ideas right away. That was a very hygge thing to do! I can't help but try to imagine a world where everyone incorporates a little hygge into their own lives. It would be a wonderful, comfortable, considerate place for sure!
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  • Amy Tilley
    January 1, 1970
    Great book for beginners who want to understand what Hygge is! I enjoyed a peaceful afternoon with my coffee and sunshine reading away.
  • Christine
    January 1, 1970
    Very simple and very helpful, just like the concept of hygge which I realized is exactly what I've been doing on rainy days or chilly nights (or during typhoons) when I take a hot shower then put on pajamas, fix myself a cup of hot chocolate or tea and some cookies, then curl up in bed with a book. Being in a tropical country and living without aircon, I really take advantage when the weather is right.The book gives more examples on how to integrate hygge in our daily lives. And what a joy it is Very simple and very helpful, just like the concept of hygge which I realized is exactly what I've been doing on rainy days or chilly nights (or during typhoons) when I take a hot shower then put on pajamas, fix myself a cup of hot chocolate or tea and some cookies, then curl up in bed with a book. Being in a tropical country and living without aircon, I really take advantage when the weather is right.The book gives more examples on how to integrate hygge in our daily lives. And what a joy it is to find out that it is in line with the minimalist lifestyle that I've started practicing recently.
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  • Kaylee Berry
    January 1, 1970
    I really enjoyed cozying up with this book. I had it finished in just a few sittings. I loved learning about the Danish way of life and how to make everyday "hygge". The book had me recalling lots of fond memories with my loved ones and gave me plenty of ideas for making new ones. I loved the recipes. The drawings made the book warm and inviting. I would love to have this in paperback someday to curl up with in a big blanket and a nice cup of hot tea. If your looking to enjoy the simple things i I really enjoyed cozying up with this book. I had it finished in just a few sittings. I loved learning about the Danish way of life and how to make everyday "hygge". The book had me recalling lots of fond memories with my loved ones and gave me plenty of ideas for making new ones. I loved the recipes. The drawings made the book warm and inviting. I would love to have this in paperback someday to curl up with in a big blanket and a nice cup of hot tea. If your looking to enjoy the simple things in life this is the book for you.
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  • niffer
    January 1, 1970
    I really enjoyed this look at coziness and contentment as a way of life- it really resonated with me on so many levels! How fascinating that this Hygge concept is recognized country wide by the Danish people, who recognize the importance of appreciating the warmth and beauty of the simple things in life. You will learn about this wonderful tradition and how to apply it to your own life for a fuller, deeper experience. Slow down, breathe in, and give this lovely book a chance to warm you from the I really enjoyed this look at coziness and contentment as a way of life- it really resonated with me on so many levels! How fascinating that this Hygge concept is recognized country wide by the Danish people, who recognize the importance of appreciating the warmth and beauty of the simple things in life. You will learn about this wonderful tradition and how to apply it to your own life for a fuller, deeper experience. Slow down, breathe in, and give this lovely book a chance to warm you from the inside out.
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