Spring time hygge

Daffodils are sprouting up, there's a fresh breeze in the air, pancake day has been and gone, and a number of us are looking forward to the longer lighter nights.  These are all signs that Spring is well and truly with us. Hygge is typically associated with cosy,...

How we add Hygge to our lives

Recently I have read articles and seen social media posts about how hygge has become commercialised here in the UK. And although this may be true, I think that we know whole heartedly that hygge is a feeling. It’s hard to describe as it fits so many times, but it is...

Christmas at Hoogaly

It’s finally here! It’s December and we can start properly counting down to Christmas! It’s the time when we can put Christmas tunes on and dance around, drink sparkly things and of course have the odd mince pie or two….oh yes and that Elf makes an appearance for 24...

Taking time for you

One of the core aspects of Hygge is about living well and taking time for yourself. I have a funny story to tell you about this. Last week I scheduled a social media post about taking time for you and looking up at the stars. You may recognise it. At the time the post...

What is Hygge (pronounced hooga)?

By now you’ve probably had a browse of the website and are starting to get a feel for what Hoogaly is all about, but maybe you don’t know much about Hygge (Hooga), which is where Hoogaly all began. Hygge in short, is the Danish way to live well. They’re known for...

Hoogaly your home with candle light

We love this time of year.  Autumn is really kicking in, with the beautifully coloured trees that line our roads and fill our gardens, and the dusky sunsets mean that evenings are starting to draw in.  Days at the weekend are spent out in the fresh air walking in the...

Was it worth it?

This past year, we have indulged.  In our household, we celebrated a special birthday and spent some of our hard earned savings on special trips and gifts. In spending our savings, we expected nothing but the best, but were sadly disappointed and left...