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The Best Ways to Add Comfort and Peace to Your Home

There is no doubt our home is everything to us when wanting to relax. Without realizing it, we have more distractions in our homes that interrupt our sense of calmness. We are all busy with work, jobs, or hobbies. It’s imperative we have a place to unwind and let ourselves gather our thoughts. Our home is the first place to start when we need to regroup and re-enter the hectic world. Here are a few things you can do to make your home more comfortable and peaceful.

1. Smells

Take a moment and smell your house. Is it full of smells from last night’s dinner or from the barbeque on the patio? If so, you have some work to do. First, you may want to either hire a cleaning crew or do it yourself. The goal is to replace your home with uplifting fragrances that calm your mood. You want smells that bring a smile to your face and make you feel warm all over. Consider this list of smells to add to your house.

  • Fabric Spray
  • Deodorizing Carpet Powder
  • Essential Oil Diffusers
  • Air Fresheners
  • Garbage Disposal Cubes

2. Music

Music is a powerful way to set the mood in your home. Consider connecting a stereo to play soft music throughout your house. Pick music that is calming. Play it while you cook, clean, or fiddle around in the garage. The point is to create sounds that promote relaxation and a peaceful setting. Today, there is a list of streaming videos that play only music. They offer calmness, a chance to release stress and wind down from a hectic day.

3. Meditation Room

Find a place in your house to meditate. This is the place you’ll go when feeling anxious and need to sit still for a while. Decorate this room so it’s inviting and has a sense of peacefulness when you enter. Many people use sage to burn around the room, taking away negative vibes and toxicity. Place low-lit candles around and pillows on the floor. Try to get rid of furniture that is an obstruction and blocking your mental vibes. This should be the most comfortable place in your home. Consider the types of doors to this room that are welcoming and inviting.

4. Technology

Technology is a good thing, but it can turn into a distraction fast. If you want a calming and peaceful home, learn to put your technology away. This means unplugging at any moment you can. Set times throughout the day when you are home to shut down your tech devices. You may have to resort to "old school" ways of reading a paperback book instead of staring at your phone's screen all hours of the night. Technology is an enormous distraction in our home because it takes away the simple things in life. Consider getting back into relaxing on the couch with no devices and clearing your mind.

5. Plants

Plants are a great calming source for your home. They create a peaceful place where you can watch something grow into a beautiful structure to admire every day. Many people find watering their plants comforting and relaxing. It’s something to look forward to and gives you responsibility. Here are the best plants that relieve stress and gives you the ultimate peace of mind.

  • Lavender
  • Aloe Vera
  • Rosemary
  • Jasmine
  • Succulents

Use these tips to create for yourself a calm and peaceful home. Consider putting scents or fragrances in your home that are uplifting. Get rid of any foul smells throughout your home that affect your mood. Listen to soft calming music. Play it throughout the house as you clean or even study. Pick a room in your house to meditate. Decorate by placing candles in specific spots and pillows on the floor. Stop using technology that’s distracting. Learn to unplug at certain times to relieve stress and regain focus. Add more plants to your home environment. Use them to calm your mood by watering and caring for them on a daily basis.


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