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THE COMPLETE BOOK OF HYGGE! The fashion for everything Scandinavian once again swept the world. Now it has spread not only to minimalist furniture and designer clothes, but also to lifestyle. Career and personal growth is being replaced by the desire for comfort and small everyday pleasures. In the world, popularity of hygge is rapidly growing - the philosophy of a happy THE COMPLETE BOOK OF HYGGE! The fashion for everything Scandinavian once again swept the world. Now it has spread not only to minimalist furniture and designer clothes, but also to lifestyle. Career and personal growth is being replaced by the desire for comfort and small everyday pleasures. In the world, popularity of hygge is rapidly growing - the philosophy of a happy life that arose in Denmark.  Hygge is a Danish word that denotes the state of comfort, peace of mind and security that we experience, when sitting by a fireplace, when the wind blows outside or it’s snowing. Warm, quiet lighting is also hygge, just as leisurely gatherings with friends or when you curl up with a book under the blanket.Mass interest in the phenomenon of hygge and the desire to be in a comfortable environment is a natural reaction to the increasingly troubled atmosphere in the world. Solving global problems is not so simple, but in the intervals between the salvation of the world you can enjoy the perfection of the little things.Hygge means the ability to appreciate the ordinary pleasures of life and enjoy the moment. Hygge is creating a warm atmosphere, enjoying good moments of life with your family. It is possible to approach the full understanding of this phenomenon only if you spend time in a relaxed warm atmosphere with those you love.Hygge can be experienced anywhere and at any time, although Danes find hygge mostly in the comfort of their homes. A 30-Day Hygge Challenge will show you how simple it is to live a hygge live and why hygge became so popular. This book tells you how to become happy and how to let hygge into your life by covering the following topics: What is Hygge? Hygge Lifestyle Hygge and Feeling Good 30-Day Hygge Challenge. Hygge habits. Get you copy now! Free with Kindle Unlimited!


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THE COMPLETE BOOK OF HYGGE! The fashion for everything Scandinavian once again swept the world. Now it has spread not only to minimalist furniture and designer clothes, but also to lifestyle. Career and personal growth is being replaced by the desire for comfort and small everyday pleasures. In the world, popularity of hygge is rapidly growing - the philosophy of a happy THE COMPLETE BOOK OF HYGGE! The fashion for everything Scandinavian once again swept the world. Now it has spread not only to minimalist furniture and designer clothes, but also to lifestyle. Career and personal growth is being replaced by the desire for comfort and small everyday pleasures. In the world, popularity of hygge is rapidly growing - the philosophy of a happy life that arose in Denmark.  Hygge is a Danish word that denotes the state of comfort, peace of mind and security that we experience, when sitting by a fireplace, when the wind blows outside or it’s snowing. Warm, quiet lighting is also hygge, just as leisurely gatherings with friends or when you curl up with a book under the blanket.Mass interest in the phenomenon of hygge and the desire to be in a comfortable environment is a natural reaction to the increasingly troubled atmosphere in the world. Solving global problems is not so simple, but in the intervals between the salvation of the world you can enjoy the perfection of the little things.Hygge means the ability to appreciate the ordinary pleasures of life and enjoy the moment. Hygge is creating a warm atmosphere, enjoying good moments of life with your family. It is possible to approach the full understanding of this phenomenon only if you spend time in a relaxed warm atmosphere with those you love.Hygge can be experienced anywhere and at any time, although Danes find hygge mostly in the comfort of their homes. A 30-Day Hygge Challenge will show you how simple it is to live a hygge live and why hygge became so popular. This book tells you how to become happy and how to let hygge into your life by covering the following topics: What is Hygge? Hygge Lifestyle Hygge and Feeling Good 30-Day Hygge Challenge. Hygge habits. Get you copy now! Free with Kindle Unlimited!

30 review for Hygge: The Danish Art of Happiness: The Complete Book of Hygge (Hygge Life, Hygge Books, Hygge Habits, Hygge Christmas, Hygge Lifestyle, Art of Happiness. Concept of Hygge) (Hygge Lifestyle Books 1)

  1. 5 out of 5

    Clare

    Am late to the Hygge party (and not especially interested) but thought would take advantage of my free kindle unlimited trial to see what it was about. Short version: apparently Hygge is cliquey, messy, inane, contradictory, demanding and possibly toxic. Long version: The book seemed to confirm some of the downsides I had previously heard about Hygge culture, namely that it’s hard for outsiders to make friends, and hard for those on the inside to discuss things that are really important or bothe Am late to the Hygge party (and not especially interested) but thought would take advantage of my free kindle unlimited trial to see what it was about. Short version: apparently Hygge is cliquey, messy, inane, contradictory, demanding and possibly toxic. Long version: The book seemed to confirm some of the downsides I had previously heard about Hygge culture, namely that it’s hard for outsiders to make friends, and hard for those on the inside to discuss things that are really important or bothering them - anything that makes one uncomfortable or is unpleasant to contemplate is not Hygge, and is therefore to be avoided. Not to mention the soot, mess and toxic fumes from all those candles. Aside from those possibly unintentional insights, the book was full of other nuggets of wisdom: “Happiness cannot be bought, but you can buy a cake, which is almost the same.” “Forget that someone thinks knitted blankets and reading on the windowsill is ridiculous. What is important is that you like it and feel happy, when you do it.” Um, OK. There were some interesting contradictions - you have to have a table that seats no less than 8, but 80% of Danes believe the best size for a Hygge gathering is 2-4 people. Also, “Hygge is the realm of equality - no one attracts attention or tries to draw the focus to themselves. You can completely relax and be yourself, and show your personality”, as long as your personality does not involve being the centre of attention, presumably. Hygge is quite insistant. “On the first day of summer, you MUST go to a picnic on the beach.” It is also suggested that you “fill a pantry with friends” (day 19 of how to Hygge). Not in a Silence of the Lambs type way, apparently, but rather “let everyone bring some homemade ingredients and other pantry staples: jam, pickles, pasta, sauces, spices, popcorn, pie fillings and cake and cookie mixes.” In other words, order my friends to either cook or go shopping for me. The book read strangely, until I realised the author might not have been writing in her first language, after which I was more forgiving. I couldn’t be as forgiving of the content, unfortunately. I hate to give 1 star because she’s sat down and written a book, fair play to her, but really… I’ll give an extra one for the attractive cover.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Fee (Ebook Addicts)

    read on KU - Great little starter book to the world of Hygge, nice little cozy read to get you into the hygge spirit

  3. 4 out of 5

    Rini

    Nice reminders. Incredibly short.

  4. 5 out of 5

    hissi

    lovely little book about pursuing hygge. an intimate cozy feeling of comfort, togetherness, around delicious yet simple food, cakes and candles.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Audra

    When I first started reading this book I thought it was going to be almost exactly the same as "The Little Book of Hygge" by Meik Wiking but was suprised that it was different. It did mention the Danes as being the happiest people, but it didn't get scientific. Science is fine, and I'm nerd enough to read it and like it, but one book is enough. This book also gave 30 days (ways) to practice Hygge. Even though I may not practice all of this and definitely not in 30 consecutive days it gives you w When I first started reading this book I thought it was going to be almost exactly the same as "The Little Book of Hygge" by Meik Wiking but was suprised that it was different. It did mention the Danes as being the happiest people, but it didn't get scientific. Science is fine, and I'm nerd enough to read it and like it, but one book is enough. This book also gave 30 days (ways) to practice Hygge. Even though I may not practice all of this and definitely not in 30 consecutive days it gives you ways to practice it. It gives you something new to try if you have not yet tried everything that is listed. I believe everyone has their own ways of practicing Hygge and most people that aren't Danish call it something else. I call it getting cozy, holing up (staying in your home and doing something that you like to do, mostly by yourself, but sometimes inviting good friends and family over to hang out with you), A Rainy day.......Staying at home, curling up under a blanket or throw on your couch and watching Lifetime or Hallmark movies all day.........Sometimes napping as often as you want. I believe the culture is what makes Hygge a precedent. As an individual you need to figure out for yourself what takes priority and make it your priority.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Carter

    From what I can glean from this brief introduction, Hygge is primarily mindfulness with a bit of minimalism thrown in food good measure. This little book is more aptly described as a pamphlet considering it is very brief and can be read in under an hour. Considering the repetition in those few pages I am wondering if "complete" is a somewhat accurate description. This was my introduction to Hygge. Since I don't know any better I am assuming it was a fairly good summary of the concept. Bottom lin From what I can glean from this brief introduction, Hygge is primarily mindfulness with a bit of minimalism thrown in food good measure. This little book is more aptly described as a pamphlet considering it is very brief and can be read in under an hour. Considering the repetition in those few pages I am wondering if "complete" is a somewhat accurate description. This was my introduction to Hygge. Since I don't know any better I am assuming it was a fairly good summary of the concept. Bottom line...mindfulness, nature, minimalism= contentment and wellness. But reader beware, there were several contradictory and sweeping statements about both Hygge and the Danes, making this a somewhat confusing philosophy. At one point Britta describes Hygge as minimalist and non-materialistic, then goes on to talk about how "designer lamps" are held in high regard in Scandinavian homes. At first I thought, ok maybe the perception is less, but good quality. Later she encourages shopping at thrift stores to avoid excessive or unnecessary spending and grandeur (which is apparently very un-hygge). She does, however, give several examples of ways to incorporate or induce Hygge (depending upon the context i.e. socially, as a feeling state, or as decor) in your daily life.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Tathagat Varma

    Ever since I heard of the Danish concept of "Hygge", I was intrigued by what is was, and how it helps people bring happiness in their lives. This book is a nice little book to get started with those questions. While the author goes a bit overboard with all the candle-lighting and stuff, but maybe that's the context for the Danish people! Irrespective, the book is a good compilation of what bring inner peace and happiness to people, even without the mention of hygge. Most ideas are rather known to Ever since I heard of the Danish concept of "Hygge", I was intrigued by what is was, and how it helps people bring happiness in their lives. This book is a nice little book to get started with those questions. While the author goes a bit overboard with all the candle-lighting and stuff, but maybe that's the context for the Danish people! Irrespective, the book is a good compilation of what bring inner peace and happiness to people, even without the mention of hygge. Most ideas are rather known to most people...and yet we chase wrong success metrics in life, and thus stress and depression is a self-inflicted malady in most cases! Good weekend read, and if you practice some of those ideas, it might be worth the time reading up the book.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Ashley

    This was a great book if you are new to Hygge or need some ideas on how to Hygge. The tips were great! I also love the 30 day hygge challenge. I have been trying to really get into the hygge movement and this book was really inspiring. I love the little details and descriptions (I could almost smell cinnamon rolls baking in the oven). All in all, this was a neat book to read and I would recommend it. **As a side note, there are a few contradictory passages and more than a few grammatical errors. This was a great book if you are new to Hygge or need some ideas on how to Hygge. The tips were great! I also love the 30 day hygge challenge. I have been trying to really get into the hygge movement and this book was really inspiring. I love the little details and descriptions (I could almost smell cinnamon rolls baking in the oven). All in all, this was a neat book to read and I would recommend it. **As a side note, there are a few contradictory passages and more than a few grammatical errors. I am thinking this book may have originally been in another language and then translated, but I'm not entirely sure. Either way, please don't let that dissuade you from reading, just keep it in mind!

  9. 4 out of 5

    Theresa

    I love the idea of “hygge”, and after reading Meik Wiking’s book on the topic, I was in search of another. This had an interesting premise: a 30-day hygge challenge. Unfortunately, the challenge is just a bunch of recommendations that I am either uninterested in or already are a part of my lifestyle. Besides that, however, the book has two major drawbacks: it is extremely poorly-written, and it seems to very closely paraphrase the other popular book on the topic mentioned above. I am not sure if I love the idea of “hygge”, and after reading Meik Wiking’s book on the topic, I was in search of another. This had an interesting premise: a 30-day hygge challenge. Unfortunately, the challenge is just a bunch of recommendations that I am either uninterested in or already are a part of my lifestyle. Besides that, however, the book has two major drawbacks: it is extremely poorly-written, and it seems to very closely paraphrase the other popular book on the topic mentioned above. I am not sure if the English version was edited at all, in fact...and there are whole paragraphs that sound almost identical to Wiking’s book. Save yourself the disappointment and go directly to his.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Barbara M

    I enjoyed reading this cozy little book about hygge in the middle of winter! The author defines hygge as everything that brings you comfort and happiness. The author included some interesting information about Denmark and the people who live there. Denmark is rated the happiness country in the world so they must be doing something right! The author explained the concept of hygge and provided a 30 day Hygge Challenge for incorporating more of it in your life. Her 30 day challenge provides 30 easy l I enjoyed reading this cozy little book about hygge in the middle of winter! The author defines hygge as everything that brings you comfort and happiness. The author included some interesting information about Denmark and the people who live there. Denmark is rated the happiness country in the world so they must be doing something right! The author explained the concept of hygge and provided a 30 day Hygge Challenge for incorporating more of it in your life. Her 30 day challenge provides 30 easy little steps to incorporate more hygge in your life. I've got quite a few good ideas that I plan to incorporate into my life this winter. I enjoyed it!

  11. 5 out of 5

    Tiffany Conners

    Loved it! I love the simplicity of hygge. I found myself smiling while reading and began looking forward to trying out some of the ideas or customs mentioned. I need more comfort and relaxation in my life. I'm pleased that I read this book and that I have something to look forward to. Loved it! I love the simplicity of hygge. I found myself smiling while reading and began looking forward to trying out some of the ideas or customs mentioned. I need more comfort and relaxation in my life. I'm pleased that I read this book and that I have something to look forward to.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Britta

    You know one thing I hate? When books say "The complete Book of...." Because half the time, they hold pretty much nothing that should be in a book that has a compete of anything. This book had maybe 5 pages of Information then it went into a 30 day challenge for the rest of the book. Shouldn't have wasted the $1 on the book. You know one thing I hate? When books say "The complete Book of...." Because half the time, they hold pretty much nothing that should be in a book that has a compete of anything. This book had maybe 5 pages of Information then it went into a 30 day challenge for the rest of the book. Shouldn't have wasted the $1 on the book.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Alex Geddes

    Brilliant So simple to read and understand and it makes so much sense. No wonder the Danes are so happy. Tested some of the suggested Hygge ideas and they do work. A new lifestyle ahead for me. Thanks to the author and the Danish culture.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Nadia

    A quick read A quick read filled with a basic overview of Hygge. I think there is a load of common sense involved and not a lot of what a reader might not already know. Not bad, just a lot more narrative as opposed to implementation.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Jen

    Great Hygge Primer New to the concept of hygge, I found this simple book an easy way to understand this Danish concept. The 30 day challenge was particularly helpful in putting this lifestyle into practice.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Rubyandbrandbrandonhotmail.Com

    I am in love with Hyggeligt Life! I love this! This is the second book I have read about Hygge Life. Thanks to the Danes for sharing their cozy way of life! I am so excited to integrate some hyggeligt ways into our family life!!

  17. 5 out of 5

    Holly Parker

    Simply helpful I liked the history of the hygge way. The ideas are wonderfully simple and truly bring peace when put in practice and application of daily living.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Tara

    Working on my Hygge in 2018.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Alison Devey

    Short and easy Similar to other books I have read but I preferred the Little Book of Hygge which is a bit more informative - a good start though if you are new to the subject.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Rachel

    Great overview There was a lot of repetitive information and I would have liked photos and more specific ideas. Great overview of Hygge.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Hannah Howard

    Some nice ideas but nothing new really

  22. 4 out of 5

    Walter Laing

    Interesting I found this interesting if a little obvious wrap your self in a warm soft blankets and enjoy the peace

  23. 4 out of 5

    Amanda Gregg

    Short, but focused more on home decor and less on cultivating a spirit of hygge. I much prefer Meik Wiking’s The Little Book of Hygge.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Liz Smith

    Okay Didn't really go into great depth or detail about the phenomenon that is hygge, there are better alternatives available. But nonetheless an enjoyable read before bed. Okay Didn't really go into great depth or detail about the phenomenon that is hygge, there are better alternatives available. But nonetheless an enjoyable read before bed.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Emma

    Great intro to Hygge A nice introduction to Hygge and the Danish lifestyle with examples on how to bring a bit of hygge into your life. A very enjoyable quick and easy read.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Bonnie Westmark

    Read this book in the mountains, in front of the fire, with my dog on my lap. Pure Hygge!

  27. 4 out of 5

    Farida Ladipo-Ajayi

    I listened to the audio book, it dragggggeeeedd

  28. 5 out of 5

    Emi

    Truly helpful I found this book to be truly helpful in learning how to embrace my everyday “hygge”! I highly-recommend this book.

  29. 4 out of 5

    T

    Interesting ideas, but not anything really different from many other Danish lifestyle type books.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Ioana B.

    Meh, nice but not amazing

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