Keep the New Year on the right path by making your home a clean and organized living space. Decluttering provides space for focus and releases emotional stress. Here are reasons why it is important to declutter and where to start.
Don’t carry over stress into the New Year. Begin this year on a positive note by staying motivated and determined every day. With these helpful ideas, you’ll start each day on the right foot and accomplish a lot more than last year.
Winter months make you crave hot chocolate and eggnog. Unfortunately, those warm drinks are not the healthiest choices. Take a look at these alternatives that not only taste good, but will help you stay healthy during cold and flu season.
Your home decorating may look like the holidays are coming, but adding scents of fall and winter is just what’s needed to put you in the holiday spirit. The aromas of cinnamon, apple, and evergreen swirling about will switch your mindset to the festive season. Check out these natural ways to fill your home with all your favorite holiday scents.
Kids are known for being free-spirited and imaginative. Their bedrooms or playrooms often reflect their artistic and developing minds. Bring out your inner kid and get inspired by these six kids’ room decorating ideas for adults.
Hallways are often a neglected area of the home. You pass through it every day, but don’t spend enough time there to notice a lack of decorations. Don’t let this long and windowless space be the eyesore of your home. These five easy tips will have your guests thinking you spent months perfecting your hallway décor.
Fall’s getting into full swing and Halloween is creeping up, so it’s time to start thinking about Halloween costumes. Have you been putting it off? No worries! You’re covered with these last-minute Halloween ideas that will look like you’ve been planning it out for months.
With Halloween getting closer and cold weather approaching, decorating your home with a fall-inspired look is the perfect way to get everyone in an autumn mindset. Start off the season right with these easy design ideas for your home.
Our ancient ancestors lived in the wild, sleeping out in the elements, on the forest floor. Today, some part of our brain still apparently desires that life. We hike, we camp, we visit the arboretum and planetarium, we take vacations to wilderness areas, we grill our food outdoors on pretend campfires—there’s something in our limbic system which longs to be surrounded by nature.
Thinking of rearranging your living space? Buying new furniture and want to be certain everything will fit? Or perhaps you just want to analyze the traffic flow a change in furniture placement will bring? Tasks like these used to require graph paper and a pencil with a large eraser.