This week the ladies live by The Little Book of Hygge (pronounced hoo-gah) to learn all about the Danish art of being cozy. Can you capture the essence of being warm in bed while it's snowing outside and feel that way all the time? Jolenta and Kristen are hoping to do just that. So light copious amounts of candles, put on a chunky sweater, and cuddle up in a hand-knit blanket because things are about to get ultra-hygge.
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