Most people spend a lot of time in their homes. Your home should be a place that is a sanctuary from the crazy world outside. We've got some tips for ways to make your home happier for you and your family.
First declutter your home. CLICK HERE to listen to our recent episode about purging your home.
Make your front door more inviting. You can add a new door mat, a planter or something else like a wreath for your front door.
Grab some fresh flowers the next time you hit the store. We love to buy ours at Trader Joes.
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Looking for ways to arrange your flowers. Grab Kelly's book HERE.
Make your bed every day.
Scent your home with calm inducing essential oils. We love the Desert Rose Diffuser that comes with the Young Living Essential Oils starter kit. Have a look HERE .
If you are interested in learning more about essential oils and how they can improve your life we can connect you with our friend Susan. Just send us an email and we will get you the info you want.
Keep the laundry put up as soon as it comes out of the dryer.
File things as you open your mail. Only handle your mail once if you can.
Play music you love. Kelly loves these Pandora channels - French cooking radio and Pink Martini radio. She also loves the artist Raveena
Use your good stuff - nice towels, good china, silverware, you name it
Beth let us know about two elfa storage solutions she uses for her laundry room.
Find the rug Anita designed for Dash and Albert HERE.
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