I use them all over my home for various purposes. They are in my entryway holding mittens and
hats in the winter, they hold my yarn, they hold journals and notebooks, and my
kids have good-morning baskets for when they wake up earlier than I
would prefer them to. Baskets add beauty
to my home.
about the good-morning baskets I made for my kids. These are full of little items for the kids
to use only in the morning, to help occupy them while I finish up my own quiet
basket” for those moments when I know that I need some down time.
taking the entire time figuring out what I am going to do, or setting something
up for me to do, instead of being able to sit and relax, or have an idea of
what I can do in that moment.
sitting, available to me, so that when I have those moments, I can immediately
accomplish some self-care and relaxation?
away from the kids, so that they don’t also explore it.
- your favorite candle
- an ipod with some great playlists (I still have my old one!)
- a pre-packaged nuts and dried fruit snack
- a piece of dark chocolate
- a journal and favorite pen
- essential oils
- a stress ball
- a rice pack that you can warm and put on your shoulders
basket. You can certainly adjust it for
what you prefer.
have a basket in your home that you can use for self-care? What one item would you include in your