Create a space for yourself----Make it neat and beautiful ! Where do you live in, eat in and sleep in, physically? Do you create an attractive space for yourself? Do you give yourself enough room? Do you sit down to reflect, recharge and balance yourself daily? We need to create for ourselves the room to enjoy the simple things of life like when we eat our favorite meals to nourish our body. We need to love ourselves enough to make the meals and space beautiful. The first step, will be to reduce the stress in your space, begin to De-clutter. ---Keeping the home and purses organized helps make finding things easy and really does reduce stress caused by cumbersome tacky stuff. De-clutter tips by Ezine freelance writer
You can Re-arrange & balance the mood in your home by placing things the Feng Shui way----meaning to set things in balance, remove conflicting objects and decorate using positive items like flowers---You can Remove dull fall colors, go for bright spring like color such as green, pink, lilac, white, yellow and cafe inspired colors. peace lily, bamboo palm, Petunias are great add to homes.
To lighten up the mood in your home in the evenings when its dark, safely bring in colorful table lamps or candles.---green, white, yellow, purple or pink, turquoise----choose what's best for you. Each its own color, but candles or lamps can be used as great way to lighten the mood in the home this spring.
Don't forget to use something natural To liven up your room, Put a plant in the loneliest corner of your room. Peace Lily is one of my favorite. It can help remove most common home air impurities like benzene, toulene, xylene, trichloroethylene and VOCs-----Formaldhyde smell in newly furnished homes.
- Bamboo Palm(Chamaedorea sefritzii) is the one plant i really liked this season, simply because
of its shape, purifying quality, its easy to care personality and it
looks good for a tropical home.
Other good indoor Plants that can be used for air purification:
- Red-edged Dracaena (Dracaena marginata
- Weeping fig (Ficus benjamina)
- Azalea (Rhododendron simsii)