Lifestyle and Home Management

Lifestyle and Home Management

It seems like an endless task. There are many laundries that need to be done. This includes washing dishes several times per week and loading dishwashers.

It feels like we’re wasting less time because of more automation, more gadgets and more machines that can assist us in completing our chores faster

It is more common to spend time eating out, taking good care of your health, and spending quality time with our loved ones

It doesn’t make sense!

The place we spend the most time in is our home. The decor of our homes is a reflection on what’s happening in our lives.

These top-rated tips will help you save time and improve the decor and quality of your home.

Rule number 1

Don’t leave your room without a bag!

This one simple step can make a huge difference in your daily life. This is better than waiting for the week to end. You’ll feel like a dog trying desperately to pack everything and then clean it all up in one day.

Take a moment to look around every time you leave a room. Is there anything you don’t like about the room? You can put a dirty cup in the dishwasher. A hoodie you have casually tossed on top a chair can go in the dishwasher.

Keep them with you until you’re done. Using this amazing rule, it’s much easier and quicker to clean your home each week.

Rule number 2

Five Minute Tidy. Waiting for water to boil, the microwave to turn on and the oven to heat up. Do not get bogged down in the waiting phase.

You only have five minutes to clean up. This will allow you to lose weight and increase your metabolism. This will allow you to keep up with the small tasks you do each day.

Rule number 3

Do you need a lift? Plants can make your home a place of happiness.

Plants can improve your mood and make it easier to feel happy. A previous study found that even potting soil can have anti-depressant qualities. It is because of the endorphins it contains. Indoor horticulture can improve your health and indoor air quality. With the current pandemic, this is something that all of us could benefit from.

While many people tend to focus their attention on their gardens during lockdowns and stay-cations, it is important that we remember our indoor jungle.

Rule number 4

Decluttering can have many benefits, including better sleep and less anxiety.

These “cantaloupe laws” will help you ensure that your home doesn’t have too many unnecessary items.

According to the interior rule, trinkets cannot be smaller than cantaloupe melons.

 Rule Number 5

Time. Place a clock in each room. This will make your home look more modern and help you and your family keep on track.

Are you finding it difficult to get out from bed every morning? It’s not your intention to rush to get to work.

These clocks can be used to get your children ready for school, or to schedule a taxi to pick up them at the right time to take them to their holiday destination.

Rule number 6

Feng Shui your space!

Feng Shui can bring happiness to your home. Feng Shui involves moving your sofa and placing fresh flowers down the hallway.

Rule number 7

Create an enviable space in your home.

This area can be decorated with interior touches that make your smile, such as a cushion or blanket. You can keep your favourite items for well-being, such as a book or a mat, close at hand.

Rule number 8

Natural light can improve our focus, mood, and sleep quality. It is best to choose lighter colors. Keep your curtains closed. Mirrors can reflect light in the room.

Low lighting can help you relax in the evening. Your bedroom should be free from blue light tech and screens.

Rule No. 9

It’s possible to eat out

Now is a great time for a home renovation. What can you do to make your dining room look more expensive and more cost-effective?

Rule. Number 10

This is the final Rule

Charity. You can add one item to your stylish cloth box each week.You’ll have your collection ready when your local charity drops it off in your mailbox.