How to Invite Nature to Live in Your Home
We all know that the wintertime can be rather dull and uninviting. Let me describe to you what is currently happening behind my window: the weather is just terrible: gusty winds combined with heavy rain. I wouldn’t go outside even if I was paid for it. I saw one dog walker early this morning who probably felt compelled to walk his dog despite the uninviting weather. For many of us, this is the reality facing us during many winter days with no prospect of pleasant nature walks. There is a solution to this however, and here are some ideas how to live closer to nature even during those cold and gloomy winter months:
1. Have more plants in your home. They are known to decrease stress levels, improve the quality of the air in your home, and increase your overall well-being. Don’t worry if it seems that at a first glance you don’t have enough space in your home. You can always remove a piece of furniture you no longer need or that exercise bike that has been gathering dust for some time. If space is a problem, take advantage of some storage facilities such as storage units concord where you can safely store any item for as long as you want to without the need to say good bye to it .
2. Have a sun room in your home. This is a great hack that will allow you to get more sun and light exposure even during winter months without the need to leave your home when the weather is bad.
3. Invest in a greenhouse where you can enjoy various plants all year round. If the current design of your home does not allow you to do that, you might consider extending your home so that you can have that extra space where you will be allowed to plant anything you want. Just make sure that you get a planning permission for it first, or if such permission is not required make sure that you are ready to prove it against anybody who might question whether or not you have a right to build something like that.