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“Winter is the time for comfort, for good food and warmth, for the touch of a friendly hand and for a talk beside the fire; it is the time for home.” -Edith Sitwell

It’s January and that means it’s time for Kids in Service to once again focus on the Danish concept of HYGGE.  Never before has this beautiful concept been more important for our minds, bodies and souls. The holiday cheer is being packed away and for those who do not enjoy winter activities, January is a LONG month. Bringing hygge into your home can help shift the perspective of this time of year from one of dread to one of joy.  It will help lift everyones moods as you focus on cozy and gratitude instead of cold and loss. What is hygge you ask?  We have a series of posts all about this WONDERFUL concept and all you and your family can do embrace the cozy feeling of hygge this winter.


The start of a new year can be so exciting and a great chance to dream and plan with your kids. Click the image above for some ideas to dream and plan with your kids.
This is a tradition we started years ago and keep all our past interviews in a folder to reflect upon each year during New Year’s Day breakfast. Click image above to get your FREE download.
Not sure what to do with all of those Christmas cards? Why not turn it into an easy service project! Click image above to learn more.
Now is a great time to start your Christmas Jar for next year! Click image above to learn more.


What is Hygge??? Click on the image above to learn more about this Danish cozy concept.
Creating a Hygge home is all about using your 5 senses.  Click the image above to learn more.
Our lives can get very busy and sometimes we need to schedule in our downtime.  Click the image above to learn more.
Looking for a cozy service project you can do at home with the kids? Click the image above to learn more.
Hygge is not just a winter concept.  Learn how you can carry the concept of hygge throughout the whole year. Click the image above to learn more.