The Book of Hygge The Danish Art of Living Well Louisa Thomsen Brits

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Louisa Thomsen Brits is a writer and journalist, born in Africa, brought up in the UK Louisa spent every summer with her family in Denmark, learning the language of hygge to establish a place of belonging wherever she has found herself. For Louisa, hygge is a quality of presence and togetherness. It's a daily practice, a way of affirming interconnectedness and enjoy wellbeing. She believes hygge is an experience of contentment rather than a pursuit of happiness and is about being not having. As a Dane, hygge is in her bones, as an Englishwoman she can comfortably translate the concept and share

'HYGGE" or "HOO - GAH'... It's a word we hear more and more. The book of hygge is a guide to the Danish custom of hygge, the everyday life philosophy for better living, a concept we need to embrace in our modern lives today.  The author Louisa Thomsen Brits is half Danish and half British, she offeres a fascinating, authentic guide to hygge, an essential part of Danish culture and also of most Scandinavians. The chapters cover all aspects of hygge, creating a calming home, nurturing relationships, rethinking how to tackle everyday life to improve your happiness and wellbeing, definitely something we should all be thinking about. This is an elegant, smart hardback book printed on cosy cream paper and includes a ribbon marker. A beautiful guide with wonderful images and insights on how to nurture, add and experience your own 'hygge' and share this special feeling.

 For Louisa, who's is a writer and journalist, hygge is a quality of presence and togetherness. It's a daily practice, a way of affirming interconnectedness and enjoy wellbeing. She believes hygge is an experience of contentment rather than a pursuit of happiness and is about being not having.

As a Dane, hygge is in her bones, as an Englishwoman she can comfortably translate the concept and share its universality as an impetus common to us all.

I think we all need to have a little 'hygge' in our lives for mind body and soul!

  • Mindful meets Maria Kondo
  • 6 chapters from belonging to observance
  • Beautiful photography and tips for life
  • Philosophy for mindful living
  • Beautiful thoughtful gift

Reviews

'Filled with thought provoking learning, the evolution of hygge in its many forms' ( Interiors and Living magazine)

'Best book for philosophy of hygge' ( You Magazine)

A philosphy for mindful living. ( The Guardian)

'Her book is a thing of beauty; ( Irush Examiner)