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4 Resolutions For Your Home in The New Year


Every year people make resolutions. Whether that’s not eating chocolate, going on a diet, or joining the gym, we’ve all made these little pacts that unfortunately don’t stick for very long! However, now could be the time to make some entirely different ones this year, but not for you, for your home. 

Resolutions always revolve around an individual’s goals. Still, those goals actually might be easier to achieve if you look at other areas of your home and lifestyle first. So to help you get started with your New Year’s resolutions, why not make some for your home for 2021. 

Check out the top things to consider:

Reduce your energy consumption

It’s no secret that we’re spending more time than ever at home, but this, in turn, is driving those energy bills up. Another aspect of this issue is the carbon footprint we have on the planet with extra usage and energy consumption. A great way to cut down, and save yourself some money in the process, is to tackle common areas where energy is wasted. Simple things such as turning the water off when brushing your teeth or putting extra layers on rather than turning up the thermostat a few degrees can help you start to reduce your consumption. 

Create a family-friendly environment

While most homes would attest to being family-orientated, the layout can prove otherwise. Some rooms in your house can be transformed to create a family-together environment, including the kitchen and living room. Make spaces for bringing everyone closer with the addition of a family table and cozy spots. You could also revamp the d├ęcor and add unique touches to the room with wall painting stencils for a budget-friendly yet welcoming vibe. 


Once all the decorations are down and the festivities are over, there’s never a better time to start the decluttering process. The New Year is a time to reflect and refresh yourself for the coming months, but that can also be true for your home. Take the time to organize your home and start to get rid of anything that you no longer need. A great rule to follow is if you haven’t used an item in six months, it’s time to throw it out or give it to charity. By decluttering items you won’t use, you will make space for new things and family mementos. 

Plan your New Year sales buys

The New Year always brings tons of sales and special offers. However, the sheer number of deals available can be overwhelming. This period is a great time to bag some bargains if you’re looking for something in particular for yourself or your home. However, if you don’t need it, you may be adding to the clutter you’ve been trying to clear out. A great way to approach the sales is to plan what you want to buy and compare prices for the best deals. Don’t forget to check out in-store offers, too, as while online stores promise the best prices, retailers will be vying for your attention after a slow year.

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