How to Create a Self-Development-Friendly Atmosphere in Your House?

by Patrick Davies

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Every decade brings new trends. In the second half of the 20th century, the technological advancements we saw made people invest in appliances. Today, things are changing, and we’re no longer benefiting as much from having tons of them in our homes.

We now live in a society where we can order everything with a few clicks on the internet. Our demands and needs are much higher than before, making us beg for more free time. That’s why our homes shouldn’t be technology-oriented but rather self-development-friendly.

In this article, we’re sharing a couple of ideas that will help you achieve this atmosphere. We will share a couple of tips used by smart people who are thriving. Keep up and see what they are.

Have a bedroom facing east

Most of us live in a home that has more than one window orientation. Your bedroom must be facing east. The reason is simple, and this method has been used for centuries all across the planet. The sun rises in the east, which means that it will start shining bright in your bedroom in the morning.

You will wake up early, which is one of the things that will make you thrive. When you wake up early, you’ll be able to do so much more. You’ll have enough time to take a nice morning shower, have breakfast in peace, do a morning jog with your dog, dress up your children nicely, and everything else that needs to be done. You’ll never be late for work, and you’ll never be stressed.

Create a sun gazing spot

Imagine having a roof where you can place a yoga mat and spend an hour just enjoying the sun. Everyone trying to create the best version of themselves – meditate. Spending an hour watching the sunset and doing nothing is excellent for your body and mind.

You get to be alone with your thoughts, and you get some Vitamin D, which is crucial for your overall health. Scientists have proven the benefits from healthy sun exposure and getting Vitamin D through it. It’s great for your skin, bones, and immune system.

Invest in a large library

Invest in a large library, or better said – invest in your mind. If you’re aiming toward self-development, then you must have your personal reading spot. Reading books is what drives our imagination and makes our minds work perfectly.

The brain is just like a typical human muscle. If you train it, it will grow, and if you don’t, it will fail you in moments when you need it most. Reading for the mind is what weights are for the muscles. Have a custom-made room that will be your personal library, and read every day at least a couple of pages.

Install a swimming pool and an outdoor shower

Is there anything better than a shower right after you get up from the bed? Turning the faucet to cold would even make your blood cells rush, and you’ll be ready for the day’s challenges in no time. If you have an outdoor shower or a pool, it’s even better.

Imagine the enjoyment – having a swim right after bed and getting a nice cold shower while watching the morning sun. It’s the perfect start of the day.

Always keep your kitchen spotless

One crucial part of the self-development process is your diet. Together with exercise, it is the foundation of living healthy and feeling happy. You surely heard people say – you are what you eat. It’s entirely true because eating unhealthy processed foods will make you exactly that – unhealthy.

Instead, it would be best to have a perfectly designed kitchen where you can spend an hour daily preparing your favorite healthy meals. After you fix your breakfast, clean up the mess you made, and have it ready for the next cooking session. Seeing your kitchen spotless will give you motivation for more cooking.

It’s not hard to create a self-development-friendly home. The more challenging part is to dedicate yourself to it. The points above should help you achieve the perfect atmosphere, and if you follow the tips, you’ll surely grow by the day.

How to Create a Self-Development-Friendly Atmosphere in Your House?


About the Author 

Patrick Davies

Design and art are my passions. Professionally, I work in marketing and content creation. I am currently collaborating with luxury home builders. In my professional and personal life I am always driven by opportunities for growth, hence my search for them in every aspect of life.

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