Panic! At The House

Your house should be your sanctuary. But what happens when it becomes a trigger for panic and anxiety? The toys are covering the floor in every room, the wash has not been done in 2 weeks, the cat litter stinks and the refrigerator is empty. What can you do? First, realize that no home is perfect. Is the Queen of England coming? I think not! Second, start with one project at a time. This means one project at a time. Third, there is no shame in asking for help. I cherished the times someone cleaned my home. It was well worth it. Come up with a vision for what you want Are the lights too bright? Replace them with a colored bulb! Sometimes that can make a world of difference. Enjoy your life, and start to make that house a home that reflects peace, to make it a safe haven, where there is no panic and anxiety.