Is Your Home A Sanctuary? If Not, It May Be Harming Your Money Mindset

When it comes to investing your time and money, there are view projects quite as important as your home. This will likely be the most expensive purchase you’ll ever make, and that means that it’s important that you get things right -- but this doesn’t always happen. Indeed, very often, you’ll find people who suffer from “buyers remorse.” They regret buying their property. Alas, unlike most other purchases, you can’t just return your house because you don’t like it or it’s not right for you. There are, however, some things you can do. Below, we’ll take a look at a few options you can do to make your home a sanctuary.



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Subtle Improvements or Big Changes

Sometimes, you can look around at a property and think that it’s not right for you. But it’s important to avoid making any overly harsh judgements. Ask yourself- can my home be elevated with a few simple changes such as a new kitchen countertop or simple interior decorating? Or does there need to be a complete overhaul such as a new roof or gutting the flooring? To bring things up to a better level, focus on making a few subtle improvements. Making things homier or more comfortable, for example, can change your perception.  If it takes a complete overhaul or a makeover, then you will need to heavily consider the financial investment, its potential return (either financially or emotionally or both) and if it’s worth it to you.

Moving On

Sometimes, it’s not about the decoration and layout of the home. It’s a combination of factors that have made you decide that you wish to move. You might not like the area, or the property holds bad memories. Whatever it is, it’s unlikely to be solved by a lick of paint here and there. Fortunately, you can sell it, and move on. It doesn’t even have to be a long and arduous process -- indeed, you can go here to sell it.

Retrain Your Brain

Of course, it might be the case that you can’t immediately move or upgrade your home, for various reasons. In that case, you can limit your daily suffering by retraining your brain to focus on the positives, or even change how you see the things you dislike about the home. There are multiple different ways to see problems -- can you see those flaws in a different light? It might take some time, but it’s worth trying if you have no other option for the time being. Upgrading your home to a sanctuary or moving to a new location, is healing for your money mindset and ability to create prosperity in your life.


 About Money & Mimosas: Money & Mimosas was started as a passion project by Danetha, a former NFL cheerleader turned entrepreneur and financial journalist. After a brunch conversation with girlfriends, Danetha was inspired to launch a blog to explore her journey of becoming rich, sexy and confident.

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