The 3 Things You Need To Change

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Don’t worry – this isn’t going to be a post about how you need to start changing your way of thinking or meditation regime. It’s more so the things around your home that you didn’t know needed changing as regularly as they actually do. The benefit of the change differs with each one, but it’s definitely something to think about.

 

Your Mattress

 

This is the thing that most people think that they can get away with sleeping on pretty much forever. In reality, the recommended amount of time that you’re meant to be holding on to your mattress for is just eight years. If you can’t remember the last time that you got your mattress replaced, or know for a fact that it was more than eight years ago, it’s time to start thinking about a new one. You can click here to find out more about the different mattresses that you can get  that are available to you; memory foam is definitely the new up-and-coming trend rather than the traditional sprung mattress in terms of offering comfort. Not only will it help with any aches and pains that you may be waking up with and carrying with you throughout the day, but it will give you the good night’s sleep that you deserve.

 

Clutter

 

Have you got any heirlooms that you’re keeping hold of just for sentimental value, but you don’t actually like the look of? How about kids stuff that’s littered everywhere and taking up room? Is it stressing you out whenever you walk into a room? If so, it’s time to change it. Go through everything that’s in your children’s toy box and remove the toys that you know that they don’t play with. Give them over to a charity that will make good use of them or sell them on eBay. For the items that have been passed down to you, see if there is anybody else in your family that would like them. If they are antiques, there may be a local museum willing to take them off your hands in order to display them. They will still be your property – just on loan for others to admire rather than taking up valuable space in your home.  It’s the same for books and DVDs. If you know that you won’t be reading or watching them again, pass them on to somebody that you know would love them and make the room within your house to fill with the things that you will actually enjoy.

 

Color
Every house needs a lick of fresh paint every now and again, but you may not realize just how much that the color of what you’re applying is affecting your mood. Different colors create different responses for the people viewing them; green is generally a calming colour that promotes good thinking, whereas orange and other bright colours can unknowingly stress you out. Pick something that you know you’ll love and see how it changes your mood when you walk into the house.

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