Month: December 2019

Financial Freedom

Hygge-lism inevitably leads to an increase in freedoms and savings, most notably of these is money savings, but what you do with that savings is what really matters.   Our journey into hygge-lism has allowed us to eliminate debt, and now that we have little to no debt at any given time (we use a travel […]

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The Travel Tree

Christmas Reminiscing Souvenirs and trinkets are not my thing.  As you know, I don’t like accumulating and I don’t like clutter.  Traveling really opens you up to the possibility of collecting items in the name of memories and marking the moment.  A small item or two from each place that you visit can really start […]

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Pompeii, Italy

Excavation Site Pompeii was buried when Mt. Vesuvius erupted, burying the city and all of the remaining people in the town in 74 A.D.  To this day, the excavation of the once great city is still underway. New areas are being uncovered and opened up for historians and tourists to come explore everyday. When a […]

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Laundry Room Hygge-lism

Simple and functional.  The two adjectives could easily describe just about any aspect of minimalism.  The addition of comfort and outdoor accents transform it from minimalism to hygge-lism. The laundry room is an often forgotten about space, more utilitarian than decorative.  Just a few simple items can make a world of difference to keep you […]

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Hygge Time

Every afternoon, just as the sun is starting to set and the ambient light in the house starts to wane, someone in our house will announce “Hygge Time”.  Once proclaimed, myself or my wife will circle around the living room, hallway and dining room lighting a few candles and plugging in our small low light […]

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