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We have looked at a lot of areas to address when doing a life reset. We still have a few more to cover!
If you are in the midst of doing a life reset, don’t forget about your home and environment. Far too often, people improve their health, habits, and even finances, but forget about the space where they spend so much time.
Luckily, it is super easy to “Reset” your life in your home, with these tips.
Get Rid of What You Don’t LOVE
In classic Marie Kondo style, go through your home and get rid of anything that doesn’t bring you joy or happiness. All those things you keep around because you might have spent a lot of money on it, or thought you would like it more than you do.
This isn’t about getting rid of as much as you can, but just ensuring what you do have, is something you really want. Not something you are keeping out of obligation or because you’re used to seeing it in that place. If you have a picture hanging in your bathroom that doesn’t go with your décor and you don’t smile when you look at it, take it down and sell it or give it away.
Do a Deep Clean
Once you have decided what to get rid of, you can start with your deep clean. This process might also be done while you are organizing everything or after, but some people like to do it before they organize anything.
Go through each room, one at a time, and do some deep cleaning. Think spring cleaning level of cleaning, where you are cleaning inside drawers and cabinets, windows and window frames, baseboards, and walls. It feels like a fresh start just with this one simple (but labor-intensive) action.
Organize Cabinets, Closets, and Drawers
If you haven’t done so already, organize different areas of your home that tend to get a little cluttered. This is often junk drawers and cabinets where you tend to just throw a bunch of random stuff, bedroom closets, underneath your bathroom sink, and in the garage or your car. Organize in a way that makes sense and where you can easily find what you need.
Consider Simplifying Your Décor
Finally, as you finish resetting your life with your home, you might want to switch up your décor or the items you choose to have in your home. Many people find that when time comes for a reset, they want to freshen things up, bring some new décor in, and just really simplify everything.
Loving Life — The Reboot!