Laters, 2018!

I don’t know about you, but this year….oh, this year has been pretty damned lousy. Just too much everything, ya know? I’m ready for it to be over, and to celebrate my new name and the fact that there are only 21 more days left in 2018 (Hallelujah!!!), I’m having a sale!!

From now until midnight December 21, 2018 (Mountain Standard Time) all 30-minute Hygge Lightwork sessions will be $30! Let the stress and blech of the year go, and start the new year refreshed. Purchase your session here and please include your email address so I can contact you and set up a time!

PS: these sessions make GREAT gifts!!!

©Pip Miller – December 2018

 

Why Did I Choose “Hygge Lightwork”?

I recently mentioned hygge, a Danish word meaning “to give courage, comfort, joy” (*from Wikipedia, source noted below), a concept resonates so strongly within me. The more I thought about it, the more it felt connected to the healing work I do, and the heavens parted, the sun shone, and the angels sang!

Yeah, that was a bit over the top, I know, but it totally cracked me up to write it. 🙂

I’d written about something similar last year, and while the feeling was close, it didn’t quite nail it for me.  Also, whenever I mentioned ‘comfortcrafter’, people thought of Martha Stewart and scrapbooking and the like. Not at all what I was going for. What I am going for is this:

“Hygge Lightwork is bringing the feeling of hygge

to your body, mind, and soul using energy healing.”

That feeling of being at home, safe, warm, and peaceful, only energetically instead of outwardly. Does that make sense? It’s feeling that inside, without need of the warm socks, the flickering candles, the hot chocolate (I have hot chocolate on the brain today…need to buy more). It’s sleeping better, it’s the release of the tightness in your shoulders that you didn’t realize was there constantly, it’s being able to move because the migraine is gone: it’s that feeling of “ahhhhh.” That inner sigh when everything is just right. That is the feeling most people experience when receiving healing light (which I will now call hygge lightwork), and that’s the concept I want people to intuitively get when they find my website.

©Pip Miller – December 2018

 

Here It Comes!

The new name!!!

Curtain, please…

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HYGGE LIGHTWORK!!!

I’ll change the website address later today (the 8th), so don’t forget to follow the new name. Remember, it won’t redirect from ThisHobbitsLife to HyggeLightwork; you’ll have to do it yourself! ETA: the ever-wonderful WordPress support made it so that it does redirect!! Both names will be valid, so you can type in either and get where you need to be! Wooohoo!

Hygge on, everyone!! 🙂

Newsflash!!!

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I’ve been thinking about this for a while, and the time has come to get some new life into this space! Next week (or maybe Saturday, I’m that excited) this website’s domain will change to a name that is oh-so-perfect, and you’ll have to follow that name because there will be no redirection from thishobbitslife as it will no longer exist.

I could have set it up so both names exist, but as I just paid for a new year, I’d rather not have to pay a another fee to keep both names. I’ll let you know the night before the change….I’m so excited I can barely keep from happy dancing all over the house…so you can follow the new name!

Oh, and my Twitter and Instagram account names will change, too.

With barely contained glee,

Pip 🙂

 

Hygge and This Hobbit

A while ago I came across a post by Dominee about Hygge, and I loved the concept. I didn’t know there was a name for something so comforting (isn’t there one for everything, though), and the idea has been stuck in my head ever since.

Yesterday at the library I came across “The Hygge Holiday” by Rosie Blake, and as with some other words, ‘hygge’ jumped out at me, and I brought it home. Devoured it in a few hours – it’s a cute romance, just what I needed after some heavy reading lately.

Now I won’t tell you what happens in the book, but there is an idea the main character has that must have burrowed its way into my head, because I couldn’t sleep last night and that idea blossomed into something pertaining to what I do, and I was so excited I don’t think I fell asleep til the wee hours of the morning.

You all know me; how I bounce from one thing to another, not in search of the perfect something, just in search of…

I found it. 🙂 As the month goes on, you’ll see little changes in my website and social media accounts. I’m so excited! This feels so very, very right!

With excitement,

Pip 🙂

©Pip Miller – December 2018