Bringing Harmony To Your Home: How to Create A Space You Love

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Your home is a retreat to recharge your body and mind. Take a moment to assess how you feel when you’re there. Does it reflect the energy you desire? If not, that’s okay, these easy tips will turn your ho-hum home into a place with pizazz!

  1. Know which rooms matter to you

Where do you spend your time? Put your energy and resources into making your haven a heaven. Maybe you need a few more plush pillows or a cozy throw for your designated spot on the couch. Small touches can make big differences in how you regard your residence.

  1. Let your home bring you joy

Make a list of what you enjoy doing in your home. This should be easy to do. If not, then it’s time to make your home (and existence!) more joyful. Your list should be full of easy and relaxing activities like reading books, finding inspiring quotes to stencil in your bedroom, taking baths, baking in your sunny kitchen, etc. We got you started … keep going!

  1. Clean and organize

It may seem like a no-brainer, but the routine of organization is paramount to a peaceful pad. Cluttered or disorganized digs add to your daily stress. It’s not always easy to stay on top of it when you have a family, but take a few minutes each day to pick up and you’ll be amazed what it does for your psyche. Suddenly, you’re invincible and ready to tackle the rest of your to-dos. Seriously, the 10-minute tidy is a habit everyone in the family can practice.

  1. Invite friends and family

Sharing your home with others for dinner parties, book clubs or even just to chat over coffee livens up your home’s energy. It’s one of the simplest and most enjoyable ways to pep your place up. Give it a go by hosting a holiday get-together.

  1. Treat Yourself

Have you been eyeing a new, kitten-soft sweater, or a sassy pair of kicks at the store or online? Purchasing something special for yourself is a great motivator to tune up your closet … especially if you have been avoiding it for months. Sound like anyone you know? Set a goal, finish it, then treat yourself as a reward! Yes, adults can use incentives as motivation, too!

  1. Change is Okay

Have you made your home a happy place only to decide you’d really adore a different coffee table, or you’d like to switch up the colors in your bedroom? That’s uber-cool! Don’t waste time on guilt when the fact is the design and style of a home is fluid and should change over time based on your likes and dislikes. Don’t be married to what’s in your home if you don’t like it anymore. Just as we evolve, homes should, too!

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