Finding rest in our homes doesn’t require removing all of the noise, completing our to-do lists, or having surfaces that aren’t sticky or scattered with Legos. Rest is finding peace in the midst of this. It’s about creating a space where we can take refuge from the world to clear our heads, fill our hearts, and restore our souls.
Whether it’s making more space for a growing family, updating outdated systems or styles, or changing a dysfunctional layout, sometimes our homes need an overhaul. Find ideas for how we can prepare for renovations and what these challenging and disruptive projects can teach us about life.
I am the last person that should be writing about slow living. Back in high school, I was an insane overachiever. The kind that cried
Finding rest in our home isn’t found in our endless quest for more, but in being grateful for what we already have and using it wisely.