Home Economics 108: Hygge - The Danish Art of Living Cozily

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Home Economics 108: Hygge - The Danish Art of Living Cozily

February 2017

We'll learn about the Danish lifestyle philosophy of living cozily, Hygge. How can we apply it in Spring as well as in Winter, and what other Scandinavian countries have similar lifestyle concepts?  

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Latest Activity: Feb 4

Course Info

The class syllabus is here and the list of Live Chat events for this class is here.

WEEK ONE: February 1-7 – What is Hygge? History of Hygge

Discussion Forum

Let's Discuss - Can you "Buy" Hygge? 3 Replies

Check out this article from a London business attempting to capitalize upon the Hygge trend. You could pay lots of $ for their weekend packed full of events and activities. After reading the article, what do you think? …Continue

Started by Carrie Campbell. Last reply by Grace Paigen Dec 13, 2016.

Cold Weather food & beverages 1 Reply

Food and hot drink are an important part of staying warm and healthy in the colder…Continue

Tags: Drink, Food, Recipes, Hygge

Started by Kym Crawford. Last reply by Renee B. Dec 11, 2016.

Show us Your Socks! 3 Replies

My newest pair! I'm allergic to wool and get bothered by itchy socks, so I go…Continue

Started by Carrie Campbell. Last reply by Renee B. Nov 21, 2016.

Let's Discuss - Ways to Incorporate Hygge When You Don't Have a Fireplace 1 Reply

I'm very lucky in that I have TWO fireplaces. One that burns wood (hotter, but…Continue

Started by Carrie Campbell. Last reply by Renee B. Nov 21, 2016.

Tea and Hygge: What is your current favorite tea? 3 Replies

What tea are you drinking the most of this autumn? For me, since I can't drink cinnamon (allergic), my favorite is Murchie's Black Currant. …Continue

Started by Carrie Campbell. Last reply by Renee B. Nov 21, 2016.

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Comment by Claudia on February 4, 2017 at 10:36pm

And a mom who tried to incorporate Hygge into her life and here's what happened:

https://www.romper.com/p/i-tried-the-danish-lifestyle-trend-hygge-f...

Comment by Claudia on February 4, 2017 at 10:35pm

This should be a good read - I tried to Parent My Kids Using Hygge and Here's What Happened

https://www.romper.com/p/i-used-the-danish-lifestyle-trend-hygge-to...

Comment by Carrie Campbell on February 4, 2017 at 10:13pm
Comment by Carrie Campbell on February 4, 2017 at 10:09pm

5 Hygge and Food-Focused Books We Love This Month

http://www.forbes.com/sites/megykarydes/2017/01/31/5-hygge-and-food...

 
 
 

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