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8 Days of Hygge Challenge!

Work with Kimberly to discover what Hygge is and how can it help you to be happier?
Scandinavia ranks highly on all the main factors found to support happiness: caring, freedom, generosity, honesty, health, income and good governance. With the long dark nights, they have to have a mind-set of positivity. So, when it's cold and snowing outside they turn the situation around and light a fire, candles and get blankets. They take enjoyment from the warmth they experience while reading a book by the fire and watching the snow fall outside. This concept around living for now is known as 'Hygge' (which can be pronounced hue-guh).
Hygge doesn't have a direct translation into English but is about embracing the simple moments in life with such joy and appreciation. Whether it be a meal at home with good friends, playing board games or taking time to enjoy a sunny but cold woodland walk. It’s about tuning into the little moments in life that light you up and give you the fuzzy feeling.
Join me on my 8 day challenge here where we look at:
Day 1: What is hygge?
Day 2: Avoiding burnout with hygge
Day 3: The hygge home
Day 4: Hygge and your learning environment
Day 5: Hygge and your to do list
Day 6: A very hygge day
Day 7:Thriving this winter
Day 8: Embracing nature
Course delivered by Kimberly Smith Founder of the  Hygge in the Early Years Accreditation and author of the book Bringing Hygge into the Early Years.