In the midst of grappling with challenges like depression, adjusting to a new baby's arrival, or managing the chaos of a busy life, the prospect of tackling cleaning and decluttering tasks can appear overwhelming and almost unattainable. The question of whether dedicating time to cleaning should take precedence becomes a common internal struggle.
However, it's essential to recognise the potential benefits that a cleaner and more organised environment can bring. Studies have shown that the state of our surroundings can have a significant impact on our mental well-being. A clean and orderly space has the power to positively influence our mood, reduce stress, and promote a sense of calmness.
While it might feel like an additional burden to incorporate cleaning routines into an already jam-packed schedule, the potential rewards make it a pursuit worthy of consideration. By making small yet consistent efforts towards maintaining cleanliness, you can create a more harmonious living space that contributes to an improved quality of life.
Here are some practical ideas to seamlessly integrate cleaning into your daily routine:
Incorporating cleaning into your daily life is not just about maintaining a tidy space; it's a step toward nurturing your mental and emotional well-being. By recognising the connection between a clean environment and a peaceful mindset, you can transform the act of cleaning from a burdensome chore into a purposeful and rewarding endeavor.
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In this blog we look at this really murky pool of information about microfiber, its Positives, Negatives, the alternatives, and how green those alternatives are.
When I say murky, I really mean really murky. You can find a bunch of info saying how bad microfibre is, written by companies that promote/ sell alternatives, and then when one starts digging into the alternatives, you learn that they are not so squeaky clean either.
We're well aware of the health risks linked to heavy metals, pesticides, and herbicides. However, many traditional household and personal care products harbor less-discussed hazardous ingredients that contribute to the toxic load in our bodies. This accumulation of toxins, termed “body burden,” can potentially disrupt hormones, compromise the immune system, and heighten sensitivity to allergens.
Here are some straightforward yet impactful ways to reduce your family's exposure to toxins this year: