018 // 10 Easy, High-Impact Ideas To Start Making Your Home Healthier Today

By: Kate HambletFebruary 17, 2020

Are you feeling a bit overwhelmed by the idea of creating a home that will enhance your family's health and well-being?

If so, I can definitely relate.  When I started transforming my house into a healthy home back in 2015, I was completely overwhelmed from all the research I did online.  I was overloaded with information, misinformation, and conflicting information.  

And I had no idea where to start.  Finally, I just dove in, and through extensive research and lots of trial and error along with my expertise as an architect, I worked through creating my own health and wellness focused home.  


If you're at this point of information overload and lack of direction right now, then this week's Healthy Home Design podcast episode will be exactly what you need.

This week, I'm sharing 10 ideas to focus on so you can start creating your healthy home today.

Whether you're transforming your existing home or designing a new home, these ideas will help you focus on what matters most.

At the beginning, it's really important to focus on easy, high-impact changes because this will give you the momentum to keep going.

By making the changes I recommend in this episode, you'll be able to see and feel the changes you're making to your house pretty quickly.

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I'm covering ideas that will:

  • Improve air quality
  • Improve water quality
  • Improve light quality to align your circadian rhythms
  • Make your home more thermally comfortable
  • Make dinner prep easier
  • Create a calm environment
  • Keep your family safe

Listen to this episode to end the overwhelm and gain clarity on where to start your healthy home journey.

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