It’s a new day to achieve new things
Starting a new day is another chance to start over and achieve your goals. It’s a clean slate and what better way to focus on yourself and your goals than by getting your life (and your bed!) in order… In fact, we think making time for this little job is the can set the tone for your attitude towards success for the rest of the day ahead! You feel more responsible for things, more organized and better prepared to take on the rest of your day with hopes and goals in mind! It’s also a time to clear your head and prepare for the challenges of the day ahead rather than running out the door in a (half-asleep) frenzy.
No one wants to come home to a messy bedroom
So you left the bed unmade because no one is really going to see your bed all day, right?! Wrong. After a busy day at the office, the last thing you might want to come home to is a disorganized bedroom and messy bed! You are worth so much more than that. So make it a morning priority and you can come straight home to a cleaner space to rest and unwind without feeling overwhelmed by the clutter! Put on fresh sheets and you don’t have to worry about a thing!
It can improve your sleep quality
Making your bed can really have results! In fact, a National Sleep Foundation poll found that people who make their beds in the morning are 19 percent more likely to get a good night’s sleep, every night.
Making your bed can make you more productive
Listen to us… According to Navy Admiral William McRaven, author of the book Make Your Bed: Little Things That Can Change Your Life…and Maybe the World , starting your day by making your bed means this that you can go on for the rest of your day knowing that you have already accomplished something. “It will give you a little sense of pride and it will encourage you to do one more task and another and another,” McRaven said in his 2014 commencement speech at the University of Texas at Austin. “By the end of the day, that one completed task will have turned into many completed tasks.”
It can help you adopt better daily habits.
Tidying up your bed can become a positive habit that translates into your daily life. Like that of a domino effect where this one positive practice results in other positive choices throughout the day. Writer Charles Duhigg explains in his bestselling book, The Power of Habit : “Making your bed every morning is associated with better productivity, a greater sense of well-being, and stronger budget sticking skills,” Duhigg writes. “It’s not that a family meal or a tidy bed leads to better grades or less frivolous expenses. But somehow those first shifts set off chain reactions that help other good habits take hold.
Making your bed may not immediately change the world, but it can lead to the right attitude and choices that can have a huge impact. If you are looking for quality linen to add a sophisticated touch to your bedroom, visit Linen Drawer and shop their extensive range of superior bed linen and bath linen now.