Live your Legend Challenge #7 – What Revolution Will You Lead?

As I sit here, snugly nestled on the couch under a duvet, with a purring cat by my side, Christmas lights twinkling around the room, candles flickering, and a hot cup of tea in one hand… I’m ready to lead the revolution of comfort and coziness.

Life in this modern day can be harsh. We’re constantly being bombarded with noise, with advertising, with calls-to-action, with demands on our time and energy. It’s hard to get away from it, when much of it comes from these little devices we carry with us everywhere.

I’ll advocate that we all take a hint from the Danes, and get hygge with it. Hygge, if you haven’t already heard, is the Danish mindset of enjoying life’s simple pleasures. Cozy contentment.

Is it groundbreaking and revolutionary? Maybe not – but it’s certainly different from the usual rat race, and I think it’s good if we all take some time to unplug from the craziness and spend more time with our loved ones, snuggling with our pets, and enjoying the simple pleasures in life.

3 thoughts on “Live your Legend Challenge #7 – What Revolution Will You Lead?

  1. dottym says:

    Hey Heather,

    I have been enjoying your β€œLiving Your Legend Challenge” posts. First, I truly like the title. We all would like to leave some sort of mark on the world in our lifetime. Well, maybe not all but most. I have at one time or another done these challenges, and as I read through your posts, I realIze the majority of them have stuck, and become a way of life for me. And I am truly blessed.

    I really appreciate your writings and willingness to share your vulnerabilities, strengths and dreams. You have the talent for expressing yourself so well.

    Merry Christmas to you and Dave!
    PS….love your wall tree! πŸŽ„πŸŽ„πŸŽ„

    Cheers to a Happy and fulfilling New Year!

  2. Nutrition Nut says:

    Hi Heather,
    I loved reading about your idea of a revolution of comfort and coziness! πŸ™‚
    I can’t tell you how much I hope for this revolution to get rolling … my body has tried to show me repeatedly that all the hustling I did was not in it’s best interest and if I had listened to it ealier in life, I wouldn’t be dealing with all the health challenges that I am facing now at only 31 years of age …
    I am all for this revolution πŸ˜€

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