Hygge (pronounced HUE-gah) is a Danish cultural phenomenon that's gone global. Here's what it's all about—and how you can get your cozy fix. As of late, hygge has starting making its way into Western culture, too. But what does hygge really entail—and why is it so popular with in Denmark, whose resident are routinely cited as the happiest in the world? Here’s what it’s all about—and why you could stand to inject a little hygge into the upcoming holiday season.
And why we need to keep it that way.Sometimes I feel like a broken record, constantly advocating the benefits of self-care and how this practice has transformed my life over the last 15 years.But this past week confirmed for me that this message is one we all need to hear, again and again.
These mothers of big and little kids share their brilliant strategies. There's no denying that working moms are masters at multitasking. But between changing diapers, setting up playdates and juggling conference calls, today's career women are struggling to live up to unrealistic expectations.
In honor of Cyrus and the thousands of other children that are visually impaired, our Giving Back Program donates 2% of VLB proceeds to the Dream Dare Deliver campaign of Boston Children’s Hospital.
April showers bring May flowers. We have all heard of this saying. It symbolizes the month of May as a month of growth. Well this May, especially as Mother’s Day approaches, all I can think about is how my babies are all growing up.
I can’t believe we are celebrating VLB’s 1st Anniversary this month! I wanted to thank each and every one of you that has helped VictoriaLand Beauty get to this monumental milestone. I am beyond blessed to have such an amazing team, a supportive family and group of loyal friends that have always been by my side.
Cyrus was born visually impaired due to a genetic disease, FEVR. I share his story with...