We are all more affected by the environment in our homes than we usually realize. However, our home has become much more than the place where to spend lazy Sunday afternoons over the past few months. Instead, our homes have become a safe place for the family, gyms, yoga studios, professional kitchens, nurseries, cinemas, playgrounds, and much more. Because of the great amount of time we are spending indoors, it is crucial to create a healthy and happy environment for the whole family.
The first steps to take is making sure that the windows are opened at least once a day. This is an excellent way to make sure that enough sunlight and fresh air filters through, which, in turn, can clean indoor air, reduce humidity, and make sure you won’t have to deal with mould and mildew.
Another step to take is decluttering and taking a minimalist approach. Clutter can create stress and make us feel anxious – the last thing we need at this moment! A more minimalist approach can help you keep your home cleaner and organized effortlessly.
Lastly, make sure you are finding the perfect temperature for your home. This can be not so easy to achieve, especially if you live in a multilevel property. But make sure that you find a balance between being comfortable and saving essential resources.
The guide below is designed to offer practical, easy-to-implement guidelines to homeowners. Aside from helping you and your whole family stay warm this winter, the tips below show you how to reduce your bills and live more sustainably. Use them to create your cosy nest today.
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