Make Your Bed


11 Mar
11Mar

A great way to start your day is to make your bed. Doing so can help set a positive tone for the rest of your day. It can also positively impact your mental health.

Making your bed doesn't have to be seen as a chore. It's also a tool to help strengthen your mindset. As part of your morning routine, it's a check off your list, giving you a sense of accomplishment and control.

Not only does making your bed create an uncluttered space, it can also inspire you to keep the rest of your space clean. Keeping your living space clean and clear helps to keep your headspace clean and clear.

Studies show a clear link between living and working in an organized, clutter-free environment and having improved focus, goal-setting skills, productivity, and lower levels of stress. Alternatively, studies show clutter can cause problems with information processing.*

A positive action done consistently can breed more. Building healthy habits create momentum for cultivating positivity throughout your life. A positive environment creates a safe space in your mind to cultivate positive thinking. Positive thinking triggers positive feelings. Positive feelings influence positive actions, leading to positive results and outcomes in life.

Start making your bed and see how it can help set you up for success.

*https://www.verywellmind.com/mental-health-benefits-of-making-your-bed-5093540#possible-benefits

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