All Moms really want is to create the happiest home possible. We want to create a space where our family feels happy, safe and comfortable. When things go right with your home, they can be amazing. If things aren’t going so well, it’s important to address the issues. Things aren’t going to be happy all the time. If they haven’t been right for a while, you may have to admit something more serious is going on.
In our household, it seems that our televisions and digital devices are always tuned to something geared towards our children. Whenever possible, my husband and I will find a series to watch that is just for us to enjoy once the kids are tucked in. Neither one of us are big on watching comedies or light-hearted, feel-good shows when we do carve out time for television. A series that combines history,
For quite some time we’ve been aware that our surroundings have a direct impact on our physical and emotional well-being. Scientific research indicates that our environment is a significant factor in our happiness and mental health. Therefore, it follows that creating the optimum living space is conducive to a happy and fulfilled life.
As you set your goals for the year ahead, make sure that your ability to succeed is not hindered by your personal environment.
How happy is your home? If you home has seen better days it can seriously affect the people that live there and their quality of life. That is why getting around to doing a little DIY is a great idea. With a little elbow grease and some tools like a hammer and nails, you can make some improvement on your property that will make it a much nicer place to live in.
Kitchen cabinets are expensive to replace,
Decluttering your space regularly is a must if you want to keep on top of your home. Some people say that if you want to see the state of your mind, you should take a look around. If your space is cluttered, that may well be how your mind is too! Maybe this isn’t the case at all, but there are lots of benefits from keeping things clutter free. You’ll be able to find things so much easier,
Holiday traditions are big in my family. While they aren’t typically grand affairs, they are small, significant acts and events that we draw comfort, cheer and nostalgia from.
Baking cookies together on Christmas Eve for Santa is one my youngest son implemented. Thanks to my friend Natasha of Houseful of Nicholes’ Annual #HousefulOfCookies we test out a new recipe each year.
This year we combined my baby boy’s love of chocolate with youngest daughter’s love of M&M’s.
There’s very little that’s more stressful than a house renovation. Whether you’re remodeling your kitchen or extending your living space, unless you plan carefully your life’s probably going to turn into a haze of dust and tension for a week or so.
Here are some tips to help you get through it with ease:
Get Plenty Of Sleep
It’s true for absolutely everyone that you’re less competent at doing pretty much everything in your life if you haven’t had enough sleep – and preparing for a house renovation is no different.