No one needs another hot take on the current situation, but I think it’s safe to say that our homes are going to be a crucial part of our wellbeing this winter in particular.
In the last few months you may have taken on some big home improvement projects, you may be moving house, or just trying to make the best of what you’ve got right now. Whatever your situation, it’s a good time to reassess what our needs are going to be for the season ahead, because now the weather is not on our side. We’re in for shorter, colder days, and plenty of time indoors, which can play havoc with our mental health and general wellbeing at the best of times. Creating a sanctuary is important now more than ever.
In this series of posts, I’m going to look at some of the ways we can make our homes work for us this winter, as well as some of the methods you can use to get through the potentially difficult transition period and beyond. If you have any tips that you find help you, let me know! Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org