Starting in your Home

Aging Gracefully

We can all appreciate the term,aging gracefully. But do we know exactly what this term means?

When we think of growing older, it is  mostly affiliated with pain and discomfort. We read about ways to improve our inner mind  and body but the focus should also be  about our environment. Taking care of the surroundings of where you reside, can lead to healthy and happy years to come.

It is said that home is where the heart is, and your home should be a place of sanctuary.  It should not be a source of element and emotional stress. Creating a healthy home is more complicated than you think. Many of us  have allergies that sometimes lead to illness.

You may want to remove unwanted carpets or other dust catchers, bathing pets on a regular basis, and investing in an air filter. You will find dehumidifiers and humidifiers  online, which can help reduce elements in your home that causes allergies.

Your home should be nurturing. If there is lack of comfort in your living space, try the following:

Bring The Outdoors In

Cut flowers and make a flower centerpiece for you dining table, bring in pieces of rocks or other natural elements that gives you a sense of nature and use them to decorate your rooms.

Put green plants in your home. This is essential to filtering indoor pollutants.  The recommendation for the quantity of plants is two plants to every 100 feet. In addition, the plants will distribute natural oxygen throughout   your home. What a great way to live a healthy aging life. Grow Plants Indoors 5x Faster than Traditional Gardening!

Fewer items means less frustration, clean out the clutter, let go of the things you do not use or need. If you think you need these items, sit down and weigh out the pros and cons. If you see that the cons are higher than the pros, get rid of it. Let it go.

In addition, take advantage of the sun; allow as much sunlight as possible to flow through your house. This gives you’re home a feeling of warmth. Take care that you avoid direct sunlight however for prolonged periods, since the sun can cause harm. Hydroponics Gardening Systems

Every Color has a Significant Meaning

Did you know that colors effect your emotionally and affect the way you feel in a home? For instance:

The Book of Decorating: A Room-by-Room Guide to Creating a Home That Makes You Happy

Red room: Energizing, supports energy and passion and creates movement.  Great for an exercise room, not beneficial in your bedroom.

Yellow room: Inspires organization, intellectual clarity with happy thinking.  Even by using the color yellow as accents instead of painting, all walls will be positive.

Green room: Brings balance and tranquility but has the same energizing qualities.  Often used as a calming place for thinking for people in trouble or just needing to feel refreshed, since nature is our first established home. We all love nature, rather most of us do. Green plants, flowers, etc all bring nature into focus, which makes the heart feel good.

White room: Essential for feeling cleansed and purified. Remember that too much white brings a sterile environment that can also become isolated. Make sure to accent a white room with a vibrant color when painting all white. This is a perfect color for ceilings to brighten up with sunlight.

Improving your life could easily start in the home, whether its trying something new with something natural or changing a color, these are easy methods to create harmony and balance in your surroundings, not to mention inspiration and warmth. The more effort you put into aging healthy, the more you will see good results.

Tip: Animals have proven to be a source of healing. Allow a friendly critter to touch your heart.

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