|Posted by moodhacker on April 25, 2018 at 1:50 AM|
Her Happinnes unfolding in a day in Greece described Katre Hudson in her interview on Harper's Bazaar, the Perfect Day as she names it, waking up early, with the first swimm at 8.00 in the beach, living in a white- blue Greek house , turning off phones and social media communication, enjoying the sun, the Greek wine, the sunset with much creativity, good friends and lauphter . T
Then she shares her view of Happiness which is Good Conversation, Connection, and lots of Laughter.
My perfect day is a vacation day, so I wake up on an island in Greece to the sound of my kids running around. I’m an early riser. The door is open, and it’s already warm. I get a double espresso and walk down to the sea for a swim. My sons run on the beach.
We head back to the house, one of those adorable Greek houses with whitewashed walls and blue shutters, and I make myself two soft-boiled eggs and waffles. Then I read the papers
....Greece is my favorite vacation spot; I feel really at home there. I love the culture, the people are wonderful, and the water is just so incredibly appealing....
.....Today’s plan is to board a little dinghy-type boat and go to another island for a lunch of fried zucchini and moussaka at a seaside taverna. After lunch the kids play on the beach, while I’m being naughty and just soaking up the sun, though I do have sunblock on. I love seeing them enjoy such freedom.
I spend the afternoon lying around reading and drinking a little rosé. On a perfect day, I never look at my phone, answer e-mails, text anyone, or check Instagram. It’s very easy for me to disconnect. When I turn everything off, that’s when I dream and create, and the good stuff happens.
A handful of my closest friends and my entire family gather to watch the magical Greek sunset and have a little cocktail before heading into town for a feast. Happiness to me is good conversation, connection, and lots of laughter.