It’s natural to seek comfort. Feeling comfortable in your home, at work, and with yourself creates a higher quality of life.
Comfort comes in different forms. Physically, like the temperature of the room. Or emotionally, like a comforting conversation with a friend.
Both forms are equally important to your mental health. How?
When you’re comfortable and life is happening in all the ways you prefer, your brain releases chemicals that lead to good feelings, like support, calmness, and relief.
When you are uncomfortable or unfamiliar with what’s happening in life, those negative feelings kick in, like anxiety, fear or stress.
This is why we put together a list of ways YOU can create comfort in your space this fall
We hope these ideas spark some inspiration for YOU to take a little time to create a comforting space, physically and emotionally, this season.
HAPPY FALL, FRIENDS!
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