Having a clean and happy home can greatly improve your mental health. If you’re already struggling with anxiety, depression, a medical condition, or just plain old tiredness, it can be hard to find the motivation to tidy up. But taking little steps to make your home cleaner and more relaxing can make a big impact on your mood. Focus on one chore at a time and small changes will lead to a neater and more peaceful home. Be sure to celebrate your wins too, even if it’s just washing the dishes. The point is not be hard on yourself for what you haven’t done, but to appreciate what progress you’ve made. Slowly but surely, you will be on your way to a happier, more restful home.
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