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Updated: Nov 9, 2020

Make the Bed!


Feel accomplished while adding to the calm

IT all starts the second your feet hit the floor. Turn around and make your bed.


Don’t toss your pillow at me! I know it sounds silly. And it might even feel like a waste of time.


Photo by Kinga Cichewicz on Unsplash

But it works!

Ever have your day go to hell and you feel like nothing got accomplished? Then at bedtime you come to your room and the bed is made!

Hello! Accomplishment!


Bruno helped me make the bed!

Favorite part of the day!

Absolute bliss at the end of one of THOSE days to slip into a freshly made bed! There is nothing better!


How do you make this part of your routine?

As soon as your feet hit the floor, turn around and make the bed. Simple as that!


Why? Because, even if your day goes off, you've accomplished this. It's a win for your day!

Also, as you get in the habit of making your bed, it extends to other things. A nice bed, needs a nice space, you'll be more apt to keeping things tidier around it! Then look at what you have done! You've created a sanctuary that is calm, beautiful and completely and uniquely you!

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