The Hygge Wife has just put together a journaling course and I was gifted the opportunity to take part in it. I’m planning on journaling here, on this very blog, for the duration of the month long course, in my attempt to keep myself accountable and on task!
“The Hygge Journals was created to help you live the intentional, hygge-centered lifestyle that you’ve always wanted to. It is the lifestyle that I have built over the last couple of years (ever since finding hygge) and that has changed my life for the better. It is a month-long journaling course in seeking hygge. Throughout this course, you will be given a series of journaling prompts and activities that will inspire you to seek hygge and live intentionally.”
“What is The Hygge Journals?
A 30 day, intensive journaling course to help you immerse yourself in journaling and finding hygge
Lessons on starting a journaling practice and using it to become more intentional
Activities to help you create a more hyggelig lifestyle and household
A course that will help you create tangible life changes towards a more meaningful life…”
I am excited to get started and to see what it is all about.. I hope to utilize this time to help keep myself and my home calm and centered, to create a real cozy atmosphere that my children will remember and want to come home to as they age and move out of the nest. To help lead me to be more of the woman I want to be and the home I wish to have, you know, instead of the crazed lunatic asylum we currently live in 😉 My home is like an episode of “It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia” without all the drugs and alcohol.. Lots and lots of screaming and yelling over one another.. I suppose that can be cozy in it’s own way? Maybe?
I definitely need to recreate this photo with my family..
I found The Hygge Wife while perusing through her instagram page one day. She takes very lovely calming photos. I would not mind recreating some of that atmosphere in my own home!
p.s. I totally figured out how to add those hyperlink into the body of the text!! woo hoo! I’m probably going to over use this function all the time!