Now more than ever, we’re all becoming much more attuned to how conducive our homes are to our health and well-being, as well as our productivity.
What once might have gone unnoticed in the day-to-day daze of busy life, be it a cluttered bedside locker, or the permanent ‘to-sort’ pile at the end of the bed, is now often proving intolerable in the cold light of (lockdown) day.
With our minds craving order, decluttering has become a national pastime, and the mass streamlining of our homes is doing wonders for our ability to both rest and focus in the midst of such chaos.
By having a clean bedroom, and most importantly - a clean bedside table - stress and distractions can be somewhat abated at this time when being able to switch off and rest matters most.
This in mind... let’s clear away the tech, the night creams, the old empty glasses and the general odds and ends that ALWAYS end up next to us while we sleep, and instead embrace a more minimalist bedside.
Simplistic as it seems, removing the chaos that we CAN control, somehow helps to lessen some of the burden of what we cant, thereby giving us the best chance possible of staying in the driving seat of our own health and well-being.