The nitty gritty definition of Cosiness: The Hygge Planner Show

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Following last week’s episode about Hygge mistakes, let’s see a couple of reasons why embracing Hygge as a whole lifestyle will lead you to fail. 

But first, let’s be clear on something super uber important

It’s not because you “failed” with Hygge that you’re a failure by any means. It may just be the sign that:

  • You didn’t get enough info on what’s being Hygge as a lifestyle (if that’s the case, you should consider joining the waiting list for Hygge Made Simple© so you’ll get ALL your questions answered) 


  • Hygge is not made for you which is perfectly correct. Such as a vegan diet may be good to any body, it’s not a reason why we all turn vegan (or gluten free or lactose free or whatever works for you)


  • Right here, right now, you feel overwhelmed by everything you have on your plate and you don’t know where to start cos you need a plug and play quick fix solution. Guess what? Take your time, I’ll be there to support you. Until then, consider joining the free online community to get a weekly dose of cosiness in your inbox. Learn more HERE


If you’re anything like me, changing your lifestyle/ updating your lifestyle… can be an overwhelming, scary, intimidating,

  • you may start creating vision boards to picture your so called ideal life


  • you may fall into the rabbit’s hole of internet (where you’ll find as much trash as valuable pieces of gem)


  • you may try to assimilate all at once everything you’ve found so you KNOW you’ve got all your ducks in a row and that MUST be it.

Truth is, Hygge is not a list of mandatory items you have to have or have to do/ to be so you can self proclaimed yourself as a Hygge Master.

Let’s see how you can avoid this Hygge shutdown and embark in Hygge without regret, resentment, remorse.

I’ll discuss:

  • Your new hygge lifestyle will fail if you blindly follow this on internet


  • Your new hygge lifestyle will fail if you believe this false assumption


  • Your new hygge lifestyle will fail if you forget this simple principle


The best is yet to come.

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