How To Create A Comfortable Home

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Create a comfortable home with these tips.   

 

You spend a lot of time in your home, and you must keep it clean for yourself and to have a healthy environment. However, when it comes to being at home, you should also feel comfortable and relaxed. It can be hard when piles of stuff are everywhere or the lighting is too dim.

 

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Keep reading to learn more about how to create a comfortable home.   

 

Go for Comfort

 

Comfort is the most crucial element for people to feel good inside their homes. The idea of comfort goes beyond furniture and décor; it encompasses overall ambiance, cleanliness, and order.

You can create a comfortable home by choosing the right furniture. For example, opt for plush couches, recliners with ottomans, and oversized bean bags instead of hard wooden chairs or formal sofas if your home is meant to be more casual. You can also create comfort by ensuring enough spaces where people can walk around without knocking into things or slipping on loose items.

 

Check for Pests and Insects Infestation.

 

Pest, ticks, and mosquito infestation are common problems that can be found even if you live in the city.

If your home is infested, it’s best to call an exterminator right away because these parasites may carry diseases and cause further problems like allergies or skin irritations. The main thing here, though, is to prevent them from coming back by making sure to remove their breeding grounds. Besides, you can also adopt mosquito control methods to keep them at bay.

Cut the Clutter

 

Clutter is an issue many people face these days, and it comes with several adverse side effects. Clutter not only makes your home look unorganized but also makes it harder to clean up when you need or want to.

Cluttered homes make for confused minds, too: clutter overloads the senses and stresses us out in response.

You can cut the clutter from your home by doing any of the following:

  • Keep items together. For example, keep all your mugs in one cupboard rather than strewn around various rooms
  • Use vertical space for storage whenever you can
  • Get rid of anything that doesn’t bring you joy when you see it. It might be a good rule to apply when sorting through things before throwing them out or donating them to charity

If something makes you feel bad when looking at it, then there’s probably not much point in keeping it around.

 

Don’t Forget Your Garden.

 

Your garden can be a great place to relax and de-stress, but it can also be a significant contributor to mess in your home. If you’re not careful, leaves, branches, and dirt can easily get tracked inside and create a chaotic environment. So ensure to keep an eye on your garden’s upkeep and regularly sweep up any debris or fallen leaves. You may also want to consider installing a gravel border around the edge of your garden to help contain the mess.

 

Avoid Chemical-Based Products

 

Many house cleaning products are full of harsh chemicals which can be harmful if ingested or breathed in. Not only are these products dangerous for your health, but they can also leave behind toxic residue, which contributes to indoor air pollution.

Instead, try using natural alternatives like vinegar, baking soda, and lemon juice to clean your home. These products are effective and safe for both you and your environment.

Creating a comfortable home can be a challenge, but it’s definitely worth the effort. By following these tips, you can create a functional and relaxing space.

 

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Naturally Yours,
Elise Ho
Ph.D., D.N. Psych.
Behavioral & Mental Health Specialist

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2 thoughts on “How To Create A Comfortable Home”

  1. I just love your blog. Not only this post, each and every post was just amazing. I love reading your health and wellness part. It is something which really makes us calm and refreshing. Home is where we live together, so it should be comfortable for our mental wellbeing. Being an interior designer I know how important it is to keep our home neat and clean and most importantly creative.

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Dr. Elise Ho

Dr. Elise Ho

Dr. Elise Ho is a Holistic Health & Life Coach with a special interest in emotional health, life alignment, and energy flow.

Elise will partner with you to align your mindset, your energy, your home and your career so that you can live your life's desire with freedom and love.

Elise offers 30 years of experience and multiple certifications and degrees including a Ph.D. in Natural Health and a doctoral degree in Naturopathic Psychology.