Creating a cozy life of peace, understanding, and joy is going to look a bit different in each home. This is one of the key points I make in both Creating Your Cozy Life – Getting Started and Embracing the Simplicity of Homemaking. What works for my family won’t necessarily work for your family. This also applies to this free printable about how to Make Your Home Cozy.
Making your home cozy is actually less work and more fun than you might think. Small changes can yield big results. Let’s look at how.
Make Your Home Cozy
There are three basic steps I think anyone can take to make home a bit more cozy. I share those three tips in the free PDF you can download at the end of this post.
I also am including a brief page to help you think through how you want your home to look and feel. There are no right or wrong answers as you will see. The “right” answer is making your living space into a home that brings greater peace, understanding, and joy to you and your loved ones. How that looks may vary widely among everyone reading this.
The key is finding what works for you.
Get Ready to Make Your Home Cozy
If you are ready to make your home a little bit cozier, simply click on the Make Your Home Cozy image below. This will launch the PDF you can save to your computer. Print the copies you need to get started.
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Click to open the PDF.
Oh my gosh, I am so with you on the lighting! I have always preferred lamps with incandescent lightbulbs vs overhead lights, fluorescent lights or the new lightbulbs (which seem fluorescent to me). Another one of my quirks is that I really don’t like having lights on during the day, and only do so when it’s really too dark to see much.
I think lighting makes SUCH a difference in a home. Natural light and lamps will make a home feel completely different than overhead lights.
Plus for kids who are easily overstimulated or sensitive, it’s way better than harsh artificial lights.
Thanks for the comment!
Totally agree @ real lights – aka – incandescent! Also, “artificial lights” – aka- all the kinds that aren’t incandescent… are usually the lights shown in movies of stark/scary/sad scenes: prison, poverty, the communist state, criminals, etc…. 😉
Oh, that’s a really great observation. Why would we want something in our home that is used to portray negativity?