How to Take a Holistic Approach to Creating a Positive Home Environment

On a normal day, we spend a substantial amount of time in our homes. From getting ready in the morning to relaxing after a long day of work, our home is a safe place. With the recent quarantines, we are now confined to this space. 

 

For those dealing with addiction such as alcoholism or gambling, you may be left to your own devices. Being confined to one space with limited (if any) interaction with others can create feelings of loneliness, boredom, anxiety and depression. These are common triggers for addiction, making this time especially difficult. 

 

Fortunately, there are a few ways that you can restructure your home to create a more supportive environment. To help, Apartment Guide created a guide on how to increase happiness and peace in your home. 

 

Some tips include: 

 

 

For more details on how you can improve your space, check out their full blog post on increasing happiness in the home

Author
Lin Sternlicht & Aaron Sternlicht

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