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Make Your Home Your Happy Place

Updated: Mar 2






Home should be somewhere you can relax, unwind, recharge, and always feel your best. When people ask me "Where is your happy place?" My answer is, without a doubt, my home. Pour yourself a pinot, keep reading, and enjoy some tips on how to make your home your happy place!


Surround Yourself With Things You Love:

It’s empowering to express yourself, and decorating your home with things you love is one of the best ways to do just that! Incorporate the things that bring you happiness into your home. A home that showcases what you love will ultimately make for a happier space to live in. Reflecting on photos or souvenirs that remind you of past travel and happy moments will elevate your environment. Try placing your sentimental items in an open cabinet or arranging on a shelf so they can be displayed and organized at the same time.




Fill With Fragrance:

Smell is the sense that is most closely related to memory. A scent that evokes a happy memory is a shortcut to feeling happy right then and there. Tap into aromas and fill your home with your most serene and relaxing scents. Check out our candle selection and essential oils. We always stock up on The Life's favorite fragrances!








Bring The Outside In:

House plants are not only beautiful, but they also help reduce toxins, boost your mood and improve your productivity. An environment that includes natural elements and plants is sure to leave you feeling happy. They help to reduce stress, increase concentration and make us feel calm and relaxed, so sneak in greenery wherever you can! If you don’t want the commitment of a houseplant, try adding a bouquet of fresh flowers to a room you spend a significant amount of time in.




Ditch the Clutter:

Only keep things in your home that serve a purpose or bring you joy. Not only will this clear up physical space, but it will clear your psychological space too! Less clutter equals less stress. By taking control of your clutter, you take control of your state of mind. Consider new storage ideas (like our basket sets!) to prevent clutter from reappearing.










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