Thursday November 3, 2016
A home is so much more than just walls and floors. What really makes a home are the feelings and memories shared within its walls.
"Here's kind of my motto - if you're not happy at home, you're not happy anywhere else."
A truly happy home is worth much more than its weight in gold. You should feel safe, comfortable, and yourself in the place that you live. When your kiddo comes running out of their room doing a goofy dance in their pajamas, or your partner decides to do something extra special to make you feel loved, those are the memories that build your house into a home. Love and laughter are at the root of happiness and are a key aspect to a happy and healthy home.
"Remember laughing? Laughter enhances the blood flow to the body's extremities and improves cardiovascular function. Laughter releases endorphins and other natural mood elevating and pain-killing chemicals, improves the transfer of oxygen and nutrients to internal organs.
Laughter boosts the immune system and helps the body fight off disease, cancer cells as well as viral, bacterial and other infections. Being happy is the best cure of all diseases!"
Laughter has so many benefits physiologically but is not the only way to maintain a happy home. Keeping your home clean is an essential aspect towards relieving stress and maintaining your health. All those goofy memories made within your walls; the wrestling matches on the floor, the spilled paint from afternoon art projects, and your fur-babies tracking mud in from the freshly melted snow, creates a lot of extra grime and allergens. Let us help you by keeping your carpets clean for all of your future memories you'll make on them. Leave the mud, the paint, and the spilled drinks up to us and call Champion today! Take one less item off your plate. We strive to improve the quality of life for the families we care for. Your home deserves to be loved as much as the love you pour into it.
5 Ways to Increase Laughter at Home:
- Don't be afraid to be playful. Take time to connect with inner child regularly.
- Find ways to up the amount of comedic entertainment you see: TV, movies, plays, stand-up, radio, books, the Sunday comics, etc.
- Teach your children the importance of laughter.
- Learn some new jokes and encourage other family members to do the same.
- Get a board of some type and post things to it that you find funny. Share with others.
If you are concerned about the health and wellness of your home environment, increasing the opportunities for everyone to laugh regularly is an easy - and FREE - way to creative a happy home.