Which room do you think is the most important in the house?
The house to most people represents their home. This warm and familiar place usually comes with a couple of rooms. So which is the most important?
Some will argue it’s the kitchen. The kitchen I agree is very important, I mean what can be more important than where our meals come from 😋. Moreover, most kitchens these days also serve as a dining room. Meaning not only do we cook there, but we also eat and socialise there. Some call it the heart of the home. 🍽😋
Another group will argue that the Living room is the most important. What can be more important than where the family spends time, watch tv, entertain guests and enjoy leisure activities. Based on this fact, most people spend more money and effort on the living room. I agree that it is important for the living room to look nice, neat and tidy all the time because the look of your living room leaves an impression of the kind of person you are on your guests.
Let’s not leave out the bathrooms. Especially the guest bathroom. We usually put a lot of effort into the look and state of our bathrooms.🛀
Personally, I think that of all the rooms in the house, the bedroom is the most important 🛌. I see the bedroom as a personal space, a sanctuary of some sort. That’s the only room in the house you can keep to yourself. Away from guests and prying eyes. The only room you can retire to and be comfortable regardless of how you’re dressed😊.
Respect your bedroom.
I think the bedroom should be given as much (if not more) attention as we give the other rooms. I’m of the opinion that we should invest in good sheets, reduce cluster and always MAKE THE BED. For people who have paid hands, this is no big deal. However for busy workers, even stay home mums, this could be a problem.
However, a few minutes taken to make the bed and make sure the room is tidy is worth it. There’s something soothing about coming back to a tidy room after a busy day-Relaxing on your well-made bed, (especially if you have good sheets 😋.) Try and buy sheets made with good thread, some people feel the higher the thread count, the better the quality. However, if the quality of the thread is low, no matter how high the thread count is, the sheet will only feel soft and stand up to washing. if it’s made from quality fiber(thread). In other words, expensive is not always better.😊
Teaching kids to make their beds
I think it’s important to teach children to make their beds every morning. I personally think 7yrs is a good age to start. Some people even start earlier. I am ashamed to say I haven’t started this with my children 😔. I would love to, but at the moment they have a bunk bed which even I struggle to make. But the moment I change their bed, they have to start making their beds before school 🤞.
Please ensure that the noise level, temperature as well as lightning are right in your bedroom. A good mattress is also very important. The way people sleep varies, but do make sure the mattress is right for you and very comfortable.
Try to keep electronics and gadgets out of your bedroom, make your bedroom your relaxation spot. Remember how ‘you make your bed that’s how you lie on it😘.
How’re you sleeping😉
2 thoughts on “The most important room”
Bimbo, this is why we are friends, we are very alike. No wonder they say show me your friends and I would tell you who you are. My bedroom is my sanctuary and I don’t want any gadgets. It’s also my favorite room kinda of like a cocoon…but my peace room is the restroom sha…even though with children it’s a struggle to get them to understand the word privacy when it comes to getting your alone time in the rest room. Then I love the kitchen and dining room cos loads of family memories can be made there…I love cooking with my kids…then the living room, I think it’s how you welcome strangers into your world….Good stuff BimWell done
Love this Biso, am totally with you on this! We make the best memories in the kitchen an living room, my children invade my privacy so much sometimes that the only place you can find peace is the bathroom I find myself escaping there ever too often. Thanks for sharing.
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