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Make your bed the right way to set the tone for the rest of your day! We believe that a clean and well-made bed contributes to a sense of order and calm in your home. That’s why we want to share the importance and benefits of making your bed each morning.

Want to feel good - make your bed

Want to Feel Good? Make Your Bed!

Another early morning! Do you feel like you are dragging along? I sometimes feel the same way! Although this might sound a bit off the wall, one of the things that really helps me is to make my bed! Did you know that making your bed is considered to be so important to improving mental health that there is actually a National Make Your Bed Day. I’m not kidding, there seriously is! And for good reason…

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Want to Feel Good? Make Your Bed!

Another early morning! Do you feel like you are dragging along? I sometimes feel the same way! Although this might sound a bit off the wall, one of the things that really helps me is to make my bed! Did you know that making your bed is considered to be so important to improving mental health that there is actually a National Make Your Bed Day. I’m not kidding, there seriously is! And for good reason…

For one thing, if you make it a habit to start making your bed every day, you may notice a change in your early morning outlook. It’s such a small thing and so easy to do. Even if you don’t have a lot of time, it doesn’t have to be perfect.  Just pull the sheets and comforter up and throw the pillows on top. Done! This simple habit can give you a sense of accomplishment for the day and you haven’t even left the house yet! With that simple accomplishment, it also sets the tone for the rest of your day.

It’s not just about making a bed, it’s about beginning your day in an organized manner. This helps to encourage you to keep the rest of the room tidy.  A clean room and a nicely made bed – it’s a big win. Okay, maybe not huge, but we have to start somewhere and making your bed is a great place to begin! And besides, maybe you will begin to enjoy that clean tidy space so much, it will spread to the rest of the house! 

Want to take it to the next level?

75% of people said they sleep better when their sheets are freshly cleaned. So once a week or so, tossing your sheets, mattress protectors and pillowcases in the wash before you leave for work and throwing them in the dryer when you get home, means you can have that fresh from the dryer feeling as you drift off to sleep. Even better – wash your sheets on weekends and hang them out on the line for a fresh, crisp, intoxicating aroma. Is there any better smell?? (Well puppy breathe and newborn babies – but those are both another blog!). Oh, and don’t forget about your pillows. They need to be washed at least a couple of times a year to keep them rejuvenated and free of contaminants. 

Since you are doing such a fabulous job keeping your room tidy and your bed made, it might be time to upgrade the linens! Nothing motivates you to keep that good making your bed habit quite like beautiful new sheets and comforters! Bed, Bath & Beyond is just one of many places where you can find gorgeous linens of all kinds. 

If you would like to learn more about keeping a clean and healthy home, visit our blog post Best Habits of People with Clean Homes

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HEATHER CANNING, 
Head Mom at One Organized Mom
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