Imagine what could happen if we all had homes and work spaces that supported us in being the best us we could be.
I believe that shaping our physical spaces can help shape our lives.
Do you feel called to host potlucks and gatherings? Perhaps you want to spread your culinary wings. How does your space support that? Is it open? Inviting? On a practical level, do you have everything you need: tools, storage, surface space?
Is family time your priority? If so, what kind of spaces have you set up to support and nurture family activities? Where do you gather, share, and play? What about a space for learning and quiet time?
Maybe you’re a homebody, a book lover, or a movie buff. Do you value stillness and comfort? What kind of space would allow you to cocoon in luxury and restore your energy?
We don’t need designer finishes to create spaces that speak to our soul and purpose; all we need is intention, and a will to experiment with our surroundings.
I’ve moved five times in the last ten years and each time I’ve managed to create a home that supported my life’s priorities at that point in time, whether it was recovering from a dissolved marriage and rebuilding a social network, or settling into joy, new love, and artistic growth.
How could your physical spaces better serve you and what you want to put out into the world?
What would it feel like to have a space that helps you be the best possible you?