How To Write Your Bio – Without Using Words!
Did you know that your home is a reflection of who you are?
Yes, it’s literally like looking in a mirror.
Except that, you won’t see your face staring back at you.
What you WILL see is different aspects of your personality and all phases of your life – up until this point in time.
Pretty cool, huh?
The way you furnish your home, it’s like writing your bio.
But instead of words, you’re using color, texture, and various materials and furnishings to tell the story of who you are.
It is a story, by the way.
And it’s the perfect Bio.
Who better than you to tell it like it is?
Keep reading to see how you can write your story.
LOOK TO THE PAST
It’s hard to escape the past.
We have memories – good and bad – that follow us wherever we go.
The secret is to delve into those memories and recapture moments from your past that complement how you live today.
If something no longer serves you, remove it.
Whatever resonates – keep it.
Like it or not, your home reflects all the different stages of your life.
It’s what made you who you are today.
EMBRACE THE PRESENT
Good design tells a story and it’s one that engages and envelops you.
It’s a sense of being taken care of, of feeling cocooned in your own home because it is furnished to reflect the lives – and loves – of you and your family.
So, whatever you interests, your hobbies, your work – however you and your family choose to live – that is what your home reflects about you.
It’s your bio.
And your choice of furniture, paint colors and accessories – those are the words you use to tell that story.
Whether you are aware of it or not, with every purchase you make, every decision, you are making a statement about YOU.
What do you want your story to say?
IMAGINE THE FUTURE
Our homes not only reflect the present day, but are also clear reminders of what our futures might hold.
After all, home is the place we dream and realize our goals.
Perhaps you’ve decided to pare back and be more organized.
Perhaps you’re more focused on your health, as you give priority to your own needs.
You imagine a home that supports and nourishes a healthy version of yourself as you age.
I assure you, it isn’t!
Your home can do all of this and more – as you explore who you are and who you want to become.
It’s like keeping a journal, yes, but you don’t have to write a single word.