Wouldn’t it be nice to make everyday life and chores a little more special and enjoyable? Well I’m sharing a few ways I make everyday special. Watch the video or read the blog post.
Make Everyday Special Video
Watch this video to see some of the ways I make everyday a little more special around the home.
One way to make everyday special is to add fresh flowers to your home. You don’t have to spend a fortune each week on flowers. A single bloom in a bud vase is all you need.
New Tea Towels
Have you been living with the same tea towels for years? It’s time to send them to the rag pile and get some fresh new tea towels. I bought these blue and white stripe tea towels from Wheel & Barrow.
A Fragrant Diffuser
Don’t forget to make your home smell nice too. A beautiful fragrance really makes a difference. You will notice it every time you enter the room. For the powder room I bought a Glasshouse diffuser called The Hamptons. It’s a teak and petitgrain fragrance.
Scented Hand Soap
You wash your hand numerous times a day, so spoil yourself with a beautiful smelling hand soap that doesn’t dry your skin out. For the powder room I bought Glasshouse Hand Wash in Amalfi Coast Sea Mist.
Make Laundry Fun
Most of us have never ending laundry piles. To make the everyday task of ironing more enjoyable, I added some faux flowers to cheer me up, a scented candle to smell nice, and a portable bluetooth speaker to listen to music.
Treat Your Skin
Don’t forget to pamper yourself as well as your home. I’m loving the new range of Skin Boss face oils. It’s so nourishing for my dry skin.
Enjoy Your Workspace
You will feel more creative and work better if your workspace is pretty and makes you smile. I’ve been burning my Thyme & Olive Leaf candle from Le Brook Maison while I work. And I treated myself to a pale pink KikkiK planner and had my initials monogrammed on the cover in gold. Very special. It’s a joy to write my daily to do list in it.
What little things do you do to make everyday a little more special?
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