January 20, 2022 in

Reducing The Bad Stuff.

This isn't going to be a post preaching to others about what I think they should do in their life. This is about what is best for me and my health and making changes for my body, I've looked into this I've spoken to people and made this choice myself, products we use can cause more issues than we know and cheap isn't always best especially with how damaging some materials such as plastic can be to people, take BPA plastics for example, this kinda of plastic is found in so many things and can be very damaging for your health. We usually check that what we buy is BPA safe for piece of mind. 

Its been nearly 2 weeks since I published my post on what I want to do in 2022. One of which was about weight, this is something I have struggled with for many years, my weight has always gone up and down but a couple of years ago I was very unhealthy. From that point I realised I needed a lifestyle change and since then I found out I have PCOS which accounts for my weight gain and explains a lot.

Hygge has been around for a few years now, I can remember just how much it blew up and being one of those people unsure of looking into it more and as of recently I gave it a chance. This blog centers around cosiness which is basically what Hygge means as does the Klys in my blog name and my ultimate goal is to be as cosy and comfy whenever I can. I fell in love with Hygge due to Pinterest, i kept coming across articles on it and decided to check it out myself. What is hygge exactly: Hygge is a Danish word which simply is translated to living a simple life and has been around since the 18th century, a lot of today's society have started using it again in order to not only live a calm life but one filled with gratitude. Some people mistake it with a simplistic decor but it's much more than that, here is how you can apply Hygge to your life:
January 02, 2022 in

12 Months of Self-care

This probably sounds like a lot to take on but it's not as overwhelming as it sounds. I'm undertaking 12 months of self-care where at least one day of the month I do something I love  treat myself, visit somewhere etc in order to keep my sainty/build up my confidence. You see when we was in lockdown I loved it up until the point where it made my mental health even worse and made me even more of a hermit than I was before. It doesn't help that I've had so many tests and stressful hospital appointments. I want to be able to do something that doesn't include locking myself away indoors and this is where this blog post comes into play, I've come up with a list of things I can do to achieve this, some are indoors for when things get too overwhelming for me: