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4 Steps To A Tranquil Home
1. Have a coordinating color scheme. It doesn't really matter what the colors are as long as they coordinate with each other and make you feel a certain way. Think beyond white. think a mix of cool colors with a warm pop:
2. Keep your house organized. Notice I didn't say clean, just organized. As long as you know where everything is it's going to be less stressful. If you need help keeping things organized, check out this article from The Inspired Room.
essential oils. Especially when you're stressed out, there's a large variety of them that help to suggest certain feelings, and plus they just smell really yummy. If you're in the Denver area, you can check out Artemisia and Rue for high quality herbs and oils.
4. Create a Work-Free space. Place your favorite things in it and keep it safe. It seriously helps so much to go there for like 5-10 minutes when you're really stressed out or otherwise not tranquil. Even if it's just personal little box or shrine, a place you can physically go to to get your mental mind off things that are stressful.
I hope this has helped you out a little bit!
Bonnie hails from Denver, Colorado. She went to school in Pittsburgh for 3 years, majoring in event management, technical theater design, and marketing. She finished out her degree in Denver at MSU. A....
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