• StyleYahoo Life UK

    The trendy £28 fleece that will keep you warm all winter

    It's time to add this to your winter wardrobe.

  • NewsHouse Beautiful

    Forget Hygge - it's all about Còsagach

    The Scottish lifestyle trend that's set to rival the Danish concept.

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    Forget hygge: Ikigai is the new lifestyle trend to obsess over

    Could finding your 'ikigai' be the secret to living longer?

  • NewsYahoo Life UK

    Move over hygge: Lagom is the new lifestyle trend taking over 2017

    No one knew how to pronounce it but hygge – or the Danish art of living cosily – took over the winter of 2016. Now, there’s another Scandinavian lifestyle trend to jump on to. If this is the first time you’re hearing the word, you may be surprised to find that it’s the title of a Bristol-based magazine celebrating people with a good work/life balance, the name of a Korean beauty brand and the inspiration behind IKEA’s latest project.

  • NewsYahoo Life UK

    Get your cosy on: Everything you need for the ultimate night in

    If we’re not out for a festive party, this Winter you will find us on the sofa and most likely tucked up in a blanket and catching up on the latest Netflix series. If a cosy night like this sounds like your idea of festive fun too, then you’ll love these home comforts that we’ve picked.

  • LifestyleAOL

    How to have a Scandinavian-style Christmas

    Long dark nights in northern Europe have inspired food and drink designed to warm, comfort and nourish, as well as lifting the spirits. If twinkling lights, mulled wine (known as glögg in Sweden), roast goose and gingerbread are

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  • NewsHayley Spencer

    How to ‘Hygge’: 8 ways to master the Danish art of living cosily

    Surely you’ve heard of ‘Hygge’ the buzzword sweeping the lifestyle world and promising to transform our winter for the better? “Hygge seems to me to be about being kind to yourself – indulging, having a nice time, not punishing or denying yourself anything.” So how can we achieve this elusive sense of Hygge?