Find Your Space
Your Home Tells Your Story
You just got home from a work day you don't want to talk about. Your head is spinning and teeth are gritting. Your arrival at home can go one of two ways:
1. Stuff everywhere. You still can't find that bill that is now probably late. You trip over your workout gear, again. Starving, but kitchen is a disaster, so you order in chinese, again. Flop on sofa. Ouch! Oh, there's the missing hairbrush. Close your eyes, but only feel more agitated. Ugh.
2. Home is your sanctuary and priority. Feeling annoyed from work, but as soon as that door shuts behind you, it's a world away. You grab the mail in the basket, and mmm, smell your favorite citrus candle sitting next to it. First things first, change quickly to workout clothes stored efficiently in organized closet and go for a run to let off remaining steam. Then dinner to be enjoyed at your bistro table with a view so pretty, it reminds you why you bought this home in the first place. Deep breath and smiles! Ahhh.
Do you identify with scenario 1 or 2? Home is a place to unwind and relax. There is scientific & medical proof that having well designed, functional and beautiful surroundings contribute to mental and physical wellness. Make home a priority and then close that door behind you.