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The Rearranging Itch
PostedbySuper UseronThursday, 21 August 2014in Realtors Real Estate Sales BlogFont size:LargerSmaller
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At the risk of sounding OCD-ish, or plain mad, there’s a certain calm that rearranging furniture brings. I can’t deny its therapeutic value. Looking around, I’m already starting to feel the itch! Call it Feng Shui, call it madness, whatever you want, but I love to rearrange my house! I take a step back, look at my newest creation, and it feels gooood.
I like when I arrange and rearrange and rearrange, struggling to find that sweet spot. Sometimes it’s an ongoing thing, and after hours or even days, you end up settling for the layout you came up with in the first place. And sometimes, that wooden Indonesian screen you bought for the bedroom ends up making its home in your living room, and you’ve subsequently rearranged your entire house because of it.
But in the greater scheme of things, that’s just semantics. There remains an excitement that fills me when I’m getting something new for the house. Anything at all. My mind races with all the wondrous possibilities of where it could go, and how to arrange everything so that it fits perfectly. Yes! An excuse to rearrange! Another reason to renew my space!
I know it sounds silly, and I know it’s just materialistic, but I get such fulfilment out of letting my inner decorator come out and play. It’s an outlet for my creativity, and a rewarding challenge as I solve the puzzle as to what fits best and where. It revives my surroundings, and makes my home feel vigorous and fresh. I think, as far as habits go, this is a good healthy one. And as long as it’s healthy, do what makes you happy.
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