Did you know that a third of Americans have never interacted with their neighbors? Couple that with last year’s quarantine and social distancing and there are a lot of us who don’t know who we live next to. However, getting to know your neighbors, whether it’s the person who lives next door or more generally – in the neighborhood – can have many mental, physical, and emotional benefits.
There are so many things that seem purposely designed to cause as much stress as possible. From the job that takes most of your time, making work-life balance impossible, to personal relationships that end up taking all of your emotional energy and never giving anything back, it’s safe to say that life isn’t always easy. In the midst of all of the chaos of life, the last thing you want is for your home to add to that stress.
We love a well curated home! The potential of a space, choosing paint colors, the thrill of finding the perfect accessories — just thinking about designing a room, or home, gets us excited. But apart from the dreamy excitement, designing your own space can be an overwhelming process. Infusing your personal style and personality into your home decor can be a bit stressful.