When being intentional in your decor, it doesn’t have to be excessive or expensive!
Take the outside of my house for example... I just shared in my stories how these $15 magnetic garage decor and $5 candy canes totally transformed the look without it being too much or spending too much.
I’d say I’m a minimalist (for the most part) who loves a good deal and I love sharing how to incorporate the two with you all!
See, I grew up in a house, not too big, not too small, but it was FILLED with things. You could call my parents the sentimental type in that they liked to collect and hold onto goods.
My dad did and still does love the hunt for a good treasure and antique stores and auctions are his jam. Because of this, my home growing up... every shelf, every cabinet, every closet, every wall ...was filled with things.
I can see how my life now is the exact opposite of that. I strive to be super intentional with what I bring in to my home and I have zero problem with getting rid of things. My husband calls me the trash collector because in the trash it goes if it’s broken, ripped, smelly or out of date. I also have no problem giving away or selling my items too that I’m not longer vibing with.
I feel like this is something us consumers need to get better with as a whole. Being okay with letting go and in turn being more conscious and intentional with what we spend our money on.
Which would you say you are? The type that has a lot of “stuff” or do you have more of a minimalist aesthetic?
Neither is wrong! But just remember, energy becomes stagnant and stuck around the clutter, so if you have a lot of things, make sure you still connect with your home and tap into where the energy might be getting stuck on them and then work to correct it.
This is super important because in Feng Shui every area in your home correlates to an area in your life — so the energy in hour home directly affects your life.
Head to your local 5 below to snag some of these candy canes and tag me so I can see how you’ve incorporated them!