Design & Architecture Magazine
There’s no place like home. At least that’s what we all want to think, but is your home making you stressed out? Do you walk in the door after a long day of work only to be greeted by piles of laundry, dishes and dust bunnies? Did you ever consider the idea that your home could be increasing your stress levels?
You may be surprised to learn emerging research has shown that your home can drastically affect your mood, and it can even make you sick. The Journal of Social And Personal Relationships reveals that this stress is further exasperated when husband and wife both work outside the home—naturally, neither sex wants to come home after a long day of work to be greeted by household chores and messes.
Could your home actually be making you depressed? Depression is no laughing matter! Our homes are supposed to be our sanctuary; the place to escape and unwind.
Let’s look at some ways to change your home from a depressing domicile to a mood-enhancing manor. The first step is to look toward a minimalist interior—yes, minimalists may be happier in their homes for many reasons.
Did you ever consider the idea that your home could be increasing your stress levels?
There are many reasons why a minimalist home is a happy home.
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