Why Is The Kitchen The Heart Of The Home?

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They say the kitchen is the heart of every home. Indeed! As much as the bedroom, living room, dining room, and bathroom are essential in a house, the kitchen is the center of it all, and that doesn’t have to be literal. You don’t need to put it in the center of the house. It’s ideal at the back where the back door is going to the yard. The kitchen is the heart of the home for several reasons that’s why if you are planning to buy or you are moving into a new house, it is vital that you know why you need to pay extra attention to the kitchen.

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5 Things To Remember When Building A New Home

A strong attachment to the place that you live results in greater satisfaction with your home and expectations of future stability in that place. — Frank T. McAndrew Ph.D.

One of the most exciting and rewarding feelings is to plan and build a new home. Many people choose it than buying an already established structure as it gives them the chance to modify the design and details to suit their preference. A home is an extension of our body, and it plays a significant part in our overall wellness. When you are planning on building your new home, there are five things you should bear in mind to avoid dealing with stress and regret. Continue reading “5 Things To Remember When Building A New Home”

Building Creativity And Mental Wellness

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Close your eyes and visualize of your dream home. Yes, you know deep inside what makes you comfortable and happy. Never mind grandeur or the trend. It is about getting positivity from the four corners of your home. People often rely on the internet or the magazines to get an idea of how they want their home to be, and it is perfectly okay. Sometimes, it is easy to think our preference but hard to put them into concrete planning. Continue reading “Building Creativity And Mental Wellness”

Living A Meaningful Life: 5 Quotes That Will Make You Want Home


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If there’s one thing that makes us like everybody else is we all have a place we call home. Whether it’s big or small, a feeling or a memory, a person or space, there will always be something or someplace that we will ever consider home. With over billions of words in the dictionary, the home would be one of the most personal, sensitive, and meaningful ones. It strikes our emotions in every possible way as it touches our humanity. It will always ring a bell because we all long for a home. Continue reading “Living A Meaningful Life: 5 Quotes That Will Make You Want Home”

Breakfast All Day: 7 Tips On Building Amazingly Cozy Breakfast Nooks

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There is a lot of truth to the old saying, “Breakfast like a king, lunch like a prince, sup like a pauper.” — Melanie Greenberg Ph.D.

The most important meal of the day is breakfast, and who wouldn’t want to have space in the house where you can get comfortable sipping a cup of coffee? For those who prefer morning delights and early unending talks about anything under the warm sun, there is nothing more delightful than to have a comfy breakfast nook. Our dining area can sometimes be too formal to spend a lazy morning in, and the bar can be too busy to accommodate our sleepy mood. Continue reading “Breakfast All Day: 7 Tips On Building Amazingly Cozy Breakfast Nooks”

What Kind Of House Do You Live In?

Does it matter what kind of roof shelters us? Maybe there is a difference because somehow, there is diversity among people based on where they live.

It is no secret that individuals develop very strong emotional attachments to the places that they live. — Frank T. McAndrew Ph.D.

Our neighborhood defines the kind of people surrounding us and probably the person we are. It can influence how we think and function as an individual.  What kind of house do you own, a townhouse, condominium, duplex, country house, or a mansion? Does it matter which one? Let’s discuss the characteristics of each and how they define one’s personality. Continue reading “What Kind Of House Do You Live In?”