Relaxing can be a challenge these days. With so many distractions, and nagging thoughts inside your mind (deadlines, chores, errands, and your boss’s list of things to do), you might find it more difficult to attain that sought-after inner peace that you need to relax.
One way to turn things around is to make your home more conducive to relaxation. If your house is a one big clutter, you’d definitely be more stressed than relaxed whenever you’re there. De-clutter at least once a week, and see how much easier it becomes to calm your mind.
Having a reading nook in one corner also helps. Sure, you don’t have any time to catch up on your reading, but you have to find time for that. A cozy reading nook under the stairs or by the window will help you unwind.
Or you can go out and spend time in your yard. Hang out in the patio or at your garden. Build a porch swing and lie down for just half an hour each day for a refreshing power nap.
Have a spare trampoline that you no longer use? Turn it into this teepee getaway that you will surely love. Just one look at this and you know that it could help you forget all about your woes.
Apart from being a suitable area for relaxation, it’s also adds a creative touch to your yard. You don’t see a teepee and a trampoline everyday, right? Who’d think they’d go perfectly together?
Although the post doesn’t provide a step-by-step tutorial as to how to this is done, you can easily figure out just by looking and studying the photo. It’s pretty much like setting up a tent and hanging a hammock but in combination. Have fun!