Make your home and office cozy
Danish design is considered to be minimal. In the interior, Danes prefer light shades: white, gray, dusty blue. At the same time, they pay a lot of attention to soft lighting, often use candles (even during the day), and love to decorate their homes with cute details. Candles, lampshades, soft pillows and blankets, paintings on the walls, shelves with your favorite books, ceramic dishes-these little things create comfort and comfort.
At the same time, the decor elements should not be pretentious or luxurious. Rather, they should be pleasing to the eye, while remaining invisible. Tactile sensations are also important.Try using simple techniques to make your home and office places where you want to come, and you will immediately feel happier. This is really worth spending time and effort.
Communication with friends and family in social networks will never replace the real one. Mike Viking found a simple explanation for this fact: "Someone puts a hand on your shoulder, kisses you, or strokes your cheek, and you are immediately filled with calm joy. Touching releases oxytocin, which makes us feel happy and reduces feelings of stress, fear, and anxiety."
Therefore, hugge can be fully felt only in the circle of close people with whom you can relax and be yourself. It is better to meet them at home, rather than in a cafe or restaurant. What is not a reason to start a tradition of gathering the whole family for Sunday dinner or inviting friends to play Board games on Saturday evening? Phones and other gadgets should be turned off at this time.
Learn how to cook delicious food
This point follows from the previous one. Cozy home gatherings imply a delicious treat. And it's not thawed pizza or sushi to order. Learn how to bake delicious cinnamon pies, cook stews, spicy mulled wine and hot chocolate.Choose a recipe from a book, go to the market and buy the best ingredients, involve other family members in cooking, and then all together enjoy the amazing aroma coming from the oven.
Enjoy the simple pleasures
We get the best things in life for free. The beauty of the world around us, the laughter of children, the smiles of loved ones, a quiet evening at home with a loved one or with a good book-these are the moments that make up the happiness of life. And you need to be able to appreciate them, not material goods.
Start a hobby
Life can't be limited to work and family chores. It is very important that you have a creative activity that brings pleasure — origami, knitting, pottery, drawing with watercolors, making flower compositions. Bonus: while your hands are busy, you can be alone with your thoughts.