melaniedscott wrote: »
@1theresamcvean & @minstrelofsarcasm where are we at on this 5K thing? Are we going to do this?
Cafelelia wrote: »
PW - 141.3
CW - 140.6
LTD - 28.2
I am totally good with this slow & steady approach. Just 2.6 to goal!
Hygge tip for the day - The right kind of indoor lighting is important to experience Hygge. Lights should not be super bright, super fluorescent. Danish people love candlelight and any lighting that approximates the warm glow of the sun. Think side lamps with soft light, tasks lamps for reading, all using bulbs with less wattage and a warm glow. Light from a fire or candlelight light is really important for Hygge. So if you don’t have a fireplace, light a candle! Remember to take fire safety precautions and the fact that you don’t need an expensive, scented candle. Any candle will do. I have been having dinner by candlelight, but I don’t trust my boys around real candles. So I bought some artificial candles from Ikea that mimic the warm glow of real candles. So this weekend, dim the lights, and light a candle or fire in the fireplace!
Lisa, I've heard that part of the firelight and candlelight importance in Hygge is for those passing by outside to see and feel the glow. In non-Covid times, sharing time around a fire or candlelight with others is key.
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