I’m not going to badger you about straws – we already know the deal with how bad those little plastic suckers can be! But with the fires destroying homes and lives in Queensland and NSW, not to mention polar ice caps melting, plastic-choked oceans and extreme weather in practically every corner of the globe, it … Continue reading In Pursuit Of Hygge’s 15 Easy Switches To Make Your Home Reduce Your Environmental Impact
In 2019, the number of social media users worldwide reached a 9% increase to total 3.484 billion, so it is safe to say that we are living in a world ruled by social media and the internet. People like the Kardashians become famous for their exploits on social media and Instagram Influencers are the new … Continue reading In Pursuit of Hygge’s Don’t Simply Reduce Your Screen Time, Reduce Your Negative Content!
Fad diets are always going to be around, and unfortunately a lot of them are not sustainable or healthy in the longer term. From going carb free, paleo, doing Atkins and Weight Watchers, trying coconut water diets, lemon detoxes, green juice cleanses, intermittent fasting, and the Mediterranean diet, these options may have direct results, but … Continue reading In Pursuit of Hygge’s The 411 on the Vegan Keto Diet
Marie Kondo is making waves with her tidying up methods that she calls KonMari, thanks to the release of her Netflix show Tidying Up Withe Marie Kondo and her 1# best selling New York Times book of the same name. She has single-handedly created a revolution in organisation – but what do you do next … Continue reading In Pursuit of Hygge’s How To Ethically KonMari
I highly commend The Minimalist Vegan for their article Why We Don’t Want Kids, and I have written a similar article on my The Party Connection website about why Marriage Does Not Necessarily Equate Children, however this post that I wrote took place years ago while I was married. I am now several years older, … Continue reading In Pursuit Of Hygge’s Real Talk
It seems that every second picture on Instagram and Pinterest is tagged #hygge. But I have come to realise that hygge is so much more than just cute pictures of woollen socks and piles of books. Hygge (pronounced hue-guh) is a Danish concept of feeling cosy and comfortable, creating a sense of wellbeing and contentment. It’s about … Continue reading HerCanberra’s In Pursuit of Hygge All Year Round