Highlights of some of our favorite things, and where to find them!
My to-read pile is about to tower over the roof of my house, and reading books such as “Literary Witches: A Celebration of Magical Women Writers isn’t going to help that out any. This beautiful collection of vignettes and illustrations highlights different women writers from history, and then suggests FURTHER READING!
I picked up a digital copy for my e-reader, but will definitely be seeking out a physical book to keep handy at all times. The illustrations are mesmerizing and the poetic vignettes inspired by these women are worth embroidering on my pillows.
What are you currently reading?
Every morning for the past few years, I’ve jotted a quick note of something I’m grateful for. It helps start the day on a positive note, and puts my mind somewhere cozier.
This year, I decided to focus each month with a theme. Get really specific. Inspired by one of my Christmas presents, “The Little Book of Hygge: Danish Secrets to Happy Living, I decided to write down all things “cozy” (the definition of Hygge – pronounced hoog-a).
Being cozy is an enormous luxury, as I found out by these daily notes. Warm water, dry socks, and sweets aren’t something any human should take for granted, because not everyone is so fortunate to have these.
Hope you enjoy and find ways to embrace your good fortune of hygge!
What are YOU grateful for that makes you feel all warm and cozy? We’d love to hear.
Originally published over at NicoleChilton.com.
Come celebrate with Queen City Blooms founders Stephanie Hornickel and Alex McQueary, as they officially launch their new floral design business! Queen City Blooms is a custom wedding and event florist serving up beautiful blooms to the greater Springfield, Missouri area.
The open house will have sips & snacks, plus an introduction to their unique and custom floral work. Build your own bouquet* and enjoy a fun afternoon of flowers and friends.
For more information, visit their website or Facebook event page.
*Bouquets available while supplies last.