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3 Ways to Prevent New Homeowner Stress



Moving into a new home is an exciting time. We’re sure that you’re excited to decorate the place to your liking, choose all the best appliances, and just make your new house feel like a home. Although this time is incredibly exciting, it’s easy for this excitement to bubble over into stress. If you’re at this point, then we’ve got some tips for you.

Preparation is the best way to avoid stress. If you’ve found this blog prior to your move, then we want you to take a deep breath—you’re already on the right track.

Try These Three Things

Here are a few things you should try to reduce your stress during this process.

1. Create a Budget and Stick To It

It’s important to create your budget and stick to it! You’ve already gone through the big ticket item—actually purchasing your home. Now, we suggest that you take a little time to organize the rest of your needs.

If you’re buying new furniture like couches, bed frames, and dining room furniture, then it’s important to price all these items. Consider what’s going to be reasonable for you, set this price, and stick to it.

Don’t forget the smaller items too. Factor in more décor based pieces like throw pillows, mirrors, key bowls, lighting and all the other things that make a home uniquely yours.

2. Don’t Delay on Repair Work

The last thing you want to do is delay on any repair work. It’s common for homeowners to settle in their home and then notice that certain things need improvement.

You can’t wish away those scuffs in the paint, that door with the wonky hinge, or the problems you’re having with your ductwork. Procrastination is only going to allow the problems to increase in severity.

3. Stay True to You

Throw that notion of “keeping up with the Joneses” out the window. It’s easy to get caught up with this if you’re looking online, in magazines, and on all the home improvement and decorating shows for inspiration.

Stay true to you. Trends come and go, but your home is here to stay. Make sure that it reflects you and don’t rush when it comes to filling your space. It’s important to keep your mental health pristine even in the midst of a big project.

Coastal Wellness and Climate Experts are two teams you can count on if you’re looking for peace of mind in your home. We’re here to help.

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