In our last blog post, we covered the many ways in which your sleep environment can wreak havoc on your shuteye. Maybe your bedroom doubles as your home office or your shopping habit has gone a little haywire. Whatever the case, clutter in the bedroom is a definite no-no. Here are three things you can do today to improve your bedroom bliss:
If your bedroom floor has gone missing under a growing pile of clothes, chances are you could use a closet cleanout. Get rid of anything you’re not thrilled about wearing- only keep those classic items that make you feel fabulous. Say goodbye to items that are worn, ripped, stained, too trendy, or too small….even if you’re this close to losing that last 15 pounds to fit into your skinny jeans again.
Thrift shops like Goodwill allow you to do good for others, and the donations are tax-deductible. If there are pieces you’re especially attached to, try a clothing resale shop; they’ll give you cash for your old clothes that you can use toward a new mattress, high-quality cotton sheets, or even a better pillow.
If your bedroom is beginning to feel like a mailroom-turned-office-turned-storage closet, rethink the importance of maintaining a private area just for sleeping. Your bedroom should be a private space for you to unwind away from technology, television, and your daytime worries.
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While limited square footage may mean utilizing your bedroom as a workspace by day, it doesn’t need to be a deal-breaker when it comes the nighttime hours. Not sure where to begin? We can help!
While this rule might not apply to necessities (like cleaning and hygiene products), it can work wonders in the bedroom! When perusing your current wardrobe or shopping for home decor, you should be focused on only holding onto items that you absolutely can’t live without. There are a million cute/trendy/stylish things in this world, you can’t possibly find room for them all! And, why would you want to? See how you can find personal happiness through minimalism in our next simple living blog.