Home: Minimalistic Hygge — Me Exploring

I have started telling the story of us planning to sell our flat. Now let me present the results of our hard work (cleaning, fixing and painting). I especially enjoyed the part of being a stylist :)) I got use for all my Scandinavian inspiration and went for the modern color scheme of light pink […]

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Hygge Lifestyle (simple pleasures and joyful living) — Farmgirl School

As the season begins to change, and the light appears more golden, as do the leaves, I find myself responding as well. A natural response to the cool nights, I suppose. Autumn welcomes in the New Year in many cultures so perhaps that would explain the nesting instinct. My ancestors of old would be busily […]

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The Bedroom Sanctuary ~ 10/6/18

Most of us spend an average of 12 hours a day in our bedrooms tidying up, dressing and undressing , arranging our wardrobes, exercising, reading, reflecting, sewing, writing, puttering, sitting, talking on the phone, listening to music, watching the weather, planning, watching television, playing with a child, loving, day dreaming, sleeping, nursing a cold, eating… Continue reading The Bedroom Sanctuary ~ 10/6/18

Spring and the Summer — Annas Art – FärgaregårdsAnna

Jim gave me this video as an answer in a talk at his blog. So I answered with this one That means the Spring/Summer song search is on. If you have a Spring or Summer song you like to share. Leave the link in the comments. I bet Leslie have a Spring song. She always […]… Continue reading Spring and the Summer — Annas Art – FärgaregårdsAnna

Habit trackers

Last year, I went through a season of pursuing rest for my soul but during that season I had just one problem…my to-do list did not stop. While I took a break from blogging, spent extra time at the feet of Jesus and said “no” to commitments that would lead me away from rest, I… via… Continue reading Habit trackers

All Saints’ Day – the Swedish way  — Watching the Swedes

Dressing up as witches, vampires and other ghoulish things has become increasing popular in Sweden. However, the traditional way of celebrating this time of year is much more serene and romantic. In Sweden, the first Saturday in November is All Saints’ Day – not necessarily November 1st as in most other countries. In 1983, the […]… Continue reading All Saints’ Day – the Swedish way  — Watching the Swedes

IKEA’s secret Swedish code — Watching the Swedes

O Anyone who’s ever been in one of the 350 + IKEAs in the world, has experienced a tiny slice of Sweden. In the stores, one thing that reflects Swedish and Scandinavian culture is the name of the thousands of products. What many people don’t know is that there are strict rules for the naming… Continue reading IKEA’s secret Swedish code — Watching the Swedes