- Make your space touchable with corduroy and fleece. In studies, these fabrics made subjects feel content.
- De-clutter your open spaces. Chaos makes you anxious, so the more you organize your space, the calmer you will feel. Literally, out of sight is out of mind.
- Green up with plants and views outside to lower your blood pressure.
- Use jasmine, hyacinth, cinnamon, and peppermint scents to lower stress and boost your mood.
- Fill the room with music. Your ears know the difference between noise and sound.
- Make your room roomy. Use mirrors, minimize furniture, and light the ceiling to expand the feel of your room.
Find out more about this book:Dr. Vonda Wright's Guide to Thrive: 4 Steps to Body, Brains, and Bliss