For those who want to lead more mindful lives, your home is the perfect reflection of just how mindful you are. If it’s been a long time since you moved in, you most likely fumble through your day and through your home in a similar manner: with little to no awareness of your surroundings. We’re simply used to the way things are.
To the uncomfortable sofa in the living room, the worn-out kitchen cabinets, the leaky faucet in the bathroom. We go about our day too busy to pay attention to these and a myriad of other imperfections.
Mindful leaving empowers you to take a second look at your home and start making meaningful, purposeful changes. These alterations can help you modernize your home with contemporary touch-ups, or you might need to consider more sustainable design solutions. Here are a few practical tips to get your started.
Declutter your home
Mindfulness calls for recognizing when having too much of everything causes you stress and aggravation. When you have too much furniture, too many digital gadgets, not to mention too many clothes and shoes. Too much cookware, and your kitchen will likely feel restricted and tiny, no matter its actual size.