Your home is your sanctuary, and if it isn't, I really believe it should be. It's where we go to be safe, to rest, to refuel, to love family, to love pets, to store all the stuff we need to live and thrive. It's where we keep ourselves clean, groomed, presentable, healthy ~ outside and inside. A home often reflects how we feel about ourselves, but also a home can create a BETTER feeling about ourselves. As I have said before, the best compliment I ever get is:
"5. That's really awesome that you spent that weekend alphabetizing and labeling and whatever else-ing until your home was the absolute pinnacle of organization — for like a day. But if something is too complicated — or too hard to get to — you won't stick with it. And sometimes being too specific with labels can work against you — when you come across something that doesn't perfectly fit into a label you end up not putting it away and a pile gets started.