The Danish have been ranked as one of the happiest people in the world for several years. That’s partly thanks to their uber-popular practice of hygge (pronounced as "hoo-guh"), which is slowly making waves in the United States. The quite literal translation of hygge is “coziness.” We’ve rounded up five easy ways you can practice a… Continue reading 5 Ways To Practice Danish ‘Hygge’ To Be Happy And Cozy
The one thing every true bookworm needs in their home is a cozy, little nook. And what better time to create yours than while Spring cleaning. Transform that catch-all closet into your own personal oasis, or turn a dull wall into a library of books. The ideas are endless. We’ve found five nook-inspired design ideas… Continue reading 5 Spring Cleaning Ideas For Creating A Cozy Book Nook
To celebrate the arrival of Spring, as well as National Reading Month, we’ve put together a list of soon-to-be released, and some already available, women’s fiction novels that you should add to your 2017 stack of must-reads. These picks include a bubbly, Spring Break beach read, as well as a little drama, mystery and a… Continue reading Five New Novels To Add To Your Spring Reading List
If Spring Break plans have you traveling across the country, it’s always nice to take time and enjoy the local charm and culture. Book-lovers know that an easy way to do this is to seek out independent bookstores. We’ve rounded up seven of the coziest book shops in the U.S. that are worth a visit:… Continue reading Spring Break Travels: 7 Of The Coziest Bookstores To Visit In The U.S.
The Cozy Readers have spoken! The book selection for April is Miss You, by Kate Eberlen. Thank you to everyone that voted. Miss You is "a wryly romantic debut novel with echoes of One Day that asks, what if you just walked by the love of your life, but didn’t even know it? TODAY IS… Continue reading Spoiler Alert! The April Book is…
This month, New York Times best-selling author Jami Attenberg, 45, is celebrating the release of her sixth novel, All Grown Up. Known for her 2013 work, The Middlesteins, Attenberg’s newest book has already garnered praise from Elle, Glamour, Bustle, and The Chicago Tribune, to name a few. The novel centers on Andrea Bern, a single, 39-year-old,… Continue reading Jami Attenberg’s Latest Novel, All Grown Up, Tests The Conventions of “Adulting”