To keep up with my posting schedule of twice a month, I have a whole bunch of things coming that I’m excited about. Since they are in the works (I occasionally post sneak peaks and ideas on my Instagram), I figured I’d share a new recipe. This one is quick, easy, and homemade. It’s also an easy way to use those bananas that are sitting in the kitchen getting brown and the peanut butter sitting in the pantry.
With time off over the holidays and several episodes of Fixer Upper later, I decided to take a fresh look at our bedroom. Up until that point our bedroom reflected me. Now I say that because I lived here a year before living here with Peter. I decided that with the other changes I wanted to make this year, our bedroom was one of them. I wanted to create a feeling of bliss, simplicity, and love. I challenged my self to do this on a small budget and use what was already in the room – with a few small add ons.
“Biophilia describes the inate relationship between humans and nature, and concerns the need we have to be continually connected to nature.” – Human Spaces
I was first introduced to the topic of Biophilia at a work event. I quickly began to realize how much I could relate to this, I always feel better when I am outside than inside. Who would have thought there was a term for it? The work event was talking about bringing nature into the work place to help increase well-being, productivity, and creativity.
But in this case, I’m bringing the biophilia into my home. To help boost these qualities from the time I go to bed to the time I wake up. Plus, plants add the prettiest pop of color.