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Unpacking the places you live inside and out.

Spring has officially arrived and with it comes fresh green grass, beautiful blooms and patio hangouts. However, if you're looking to start your own garden this year, there are plenty of steps to take right now to ensure it's a success.

We've all been there ... opening up our closet only to feel overwhelmed and like you can't find anything. It should come as no surprise how this can lead to feeling uninspired about your wardrobe and even forgetting about some awesome pieces you already own.

You've finally done it. You've successfully taken on the task of clearing out unwanted items from your closets, cabinets and basement. From appliances to clothing and everything in between, it feels good to round up what no longer serves you to make room for what does. What feels even better? Donating those items to organizations who can get them in the hands of those who could use them.

Many people who have houseplants will enthusiastically tell you: the benefits of incorporating indoor plants into your home abound, especially during the winter months. And scientific research backs that up! Several studies—including the NASA Clean Air Study—have found that being around greenery offers a connection to lower anxiety and stress, increased air purification, enhanced cognitive skills, improved mood and more.

Over the last decade, minimalism has vastly dominated the interior design realm, making rooms feel like blank slates with dots of decor sprinkled throughout. And while that's all well and good depending on your style, the gaze of many is being drawn elsewhere ... towards something more—literally.

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