TEN REASONS TO CHECK OUT IMAGES OF A HYGGE LIFESTYLE BLOG POSTS FOR MARCH…

In case you missed any of our posts in March I thought I would put together a post with a link to them all. I hope you enjoy reading through them again.

1.Five Ways to Create a Modern Kitchen Diner

2. Top 14 Hobbies We can Enjoy in a Hygge Home

3. Enjoy your Coffee the Eco Friendly Way

4. 10 Uses for Coffee Other Than for Drinking

5. Hygge & Knitting Two Words that belong Together

6. Inspiring Awe Organic Spa Magazine

7. How to Make Your Own Cake Stand

8. Why Housework is good for you Health

9. 3 Of My Favourite Sites for Sustainable Lifestyle Products

10. Snuggle Up with your own Granny Blanket

LIFE IS ALL ABOUT BALANCE…

Life is all about balance… You don’t always need to be getting stuff done, Sometimes it’s perfectly okay, and absolutely necessary, to shut down kick back and do nothing. Lori Deschene

HYGGE GOING GREENER WITH PAPER BALLOONS AND BUNTING…

We are all aware that going greener is the way to go but which eco switches would you like to make. While all being at home during this Pandemic we are sure many people will be having a birthday and in particular, the younger generation who will feel a little left out without all their friends around. Try swapping plastic balloons for paper and get the children making their own.

You can also buy Japanese paper balloons. Petra Boase has a lovely range including penguins and fish.

Japanese Paper Balloon - Small Orange Fish Japanese Paper Balloon - Penguin

Or go for felt bunting which again you could make yourself or have it personalised. A great site is House of Hooray who has lots of ideas and simple banner flags like below.

If you love having a go yourself but are not quite sure of the sizes etc then head down to Homemade Gifts who have images and tutorials on how to make your own bunting. There is even a tutorial for a no-sew bunting.