Instead of spending those extra few (free) hours online browsing and playing games, here are some stuff that we can all do which could improve the quality of our offline life and living area:


1) Declutter

Yes, clean out that closet full of clothes you don’t wear anymore. When was the last time you checked your make-up purse and threw away that 2-year old lipstick?

Make-up and cosmetic products have the expiration date. Stop harassing your face and body with old products.

Make room for new stuff in your life. It’s also refreshing to get rid of some stuff which clutters your apartment. It’s just like taking the garbage out.


2) Go shopping

After you decluttered your closets it’s bad to leave them half-empty, right?! ;) Go shopping, fill them up with new and fun stuff. Pamper yourself.


3) Bath&Pamper time

Fill the tub with hot water. Put some epsom salt and other stuff. Check out my favourite page for some DIY bath ideas.


4) Do some yoga

Or any other excersize… It’s good for your body, mind and soul. It’s hard too get up that ass from the couch (trust me, I know, I understand) but I always feel better afterwards. Not just physically, but I’m proud of myself for being able to get that ass of the couch :)


5) Spring cleaning

It doesn’t even have to be Spring. Just get on with the cleaning part. I don’t care much about Feng Shui, but I did read about it and found some stuff that actually make a lot of sense. Like making your bed every morning and cleaning up after yourself so that when you come back home in the evening, everything is on it’s place. Feels better than when you find a messy bed, doesn’t it?!

I really do feel that clutter and dirt around you make you feel cluttered and dirty inside your mind (and not in a good way) so clean up your place, it will make YOU feel better.


6) Move some furniture around

I’m currently living in a rented apartment. I do have a lot of my own furniture inside, but still, there are so many things that I find annoying here and can’t do anything about it. Moving some furniture around from time to time, makes me feel better.

It’s really surprising how much just a tiny bit of change helps you feel better in the same place. Try it!


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