WWe could relax more this summer, but the housekeeping habits that we adopt or continue to practice in at home can still be beneficial for our well-being.
Daily home care can make us feel calmer and more stable when the world around us is anything but.
A simple housekeeping routine we can count on to cheer us up. You may not think of “chores” as something to look forward to in a day. Neither do I. That’s why I don’t like to call them “chores”. The state of mind is important! Taking care of our home should not be a chore or we will delay them until they are truly a chore.
If I can handle a shiny sink, a freshly made bed, a load of folded and tidy laundry, and quick tidying up from a corner in my house, I feel accomplished and at peace with my home when the day is over.
One of my joys in housework is finding the time to be puttered. This is another reason why these four daily routines have such an impact on my well-being. Soon I am inspired to create more beauty and order not because I have to, but because I want to.
Over the next few weeks (with decorating projects and inspiration!), We’ll talk about the putter and the unexpected joy of adopting the Four Daily Routines.
You can also find me on my Instagram Stories throughout the day, with gentle reminders of routines and ways to find more beauty while taking care of your home.
Tonight (July 20) with friends from my group Dwell Well Collective, I’m hosting another Plant Magic virtual class! It will be at 5:30 p.m. PST / 8:30 p.m. EST.
This course covers all the wonderful benefits of taking better care of yourself and the people and animals that live with you by creating a toxin-free home! I will share more of my story with Hashimoto and autoimmune issues, my daughters will share their stories, tips on using essential oils to help everything (sleep, immune system, cleansing, tummy, concentration and more) and my veterinarian a friend will also be called to talk about oils + animal safety!
If you missed the class last week, or want to join again or even invite a friend, just Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org for the link to join the Plant Magic course on Zoom! (You can just listen if you don’t want to be on video!)
We would love to have you!
If you missed the class last week, or want to join again or even invite a friend, just Email me at email@example.com for the link to join the Plant Magic class on Zoom! (You can just listen if you don’t want to be on video!)
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