Sunday, January 4, 2015

Don't Underestimate the Power of Small Home Improvements

Making changes for the new year is an important thing for anyone's calendar.  Of course resolutions usually involve all sorts of things, but generally focus on improving as an individual.  Maybe losing weight, maybe stopping smoking, working out more, reading more, etc, all make regular appearances on resolution lists.  While those are important, it's also not to forget subtle changes around the home.

Everything from adding a shelf or a place for keys can help organize the home and actually make a small improvement regarding quality of life.  Yes, it's a small one, but introducing a new basic piece of furniture has a way of renewing an entire room or even the entire residence.  It's a small accent somewhere or a dramatic lighting effect that really can seal the deal.

In many respects changes don't have to be dramatic.  Yes, it's always nice to get into shape, but so is adding another layer of comfort to a given space.  Better yet, budgeted accordingly those small changes can add up to a major renovation over the course of a year.

So while the resolutions might end up broken by the middle of January, try to put something subtle out there for the world to see.  You might just be amazed at the difference a little key hook can make with regards to clutter and keeping the table clear.


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