It keeps your bed feeling clean and cozy.
We’ve all experienced that feeling when your sheets start to feel extra gross after too many days crumbled in a heap and not well made. Smoothing out your bed sheets every morning will help keep them wrinkle free and looking nice. While you should definitely be washing your sheets regularly, keeping them looking their best in between washes will make the bed feel cleaner longer. Thankfully, LinenFit sheets don’t budge in the night, so that’s one less step!
It tricks your brain into a productivity mindset.
This has been said many times before, but it’s worth repeating. Committing to the simple task of making your bed in the morning instantly makes you feel productive and like you’ve accomplished something from the moment you get up. After that, it’s just ticking off one task after the other. Making your bed every morning sets you on that right course from the beginning. There’s truly no better way to make you feel like you’ve got your sh*t together like a clean, made bed first thing in the morning.
It creates a better sleeping experience.
What’s not to love? Well, getting back into a bed that was never made makes the whole experience feel more rushed and chaotic. Set yourself up for success by making your bed before you head out the door and your future self will thank you.
It can improve your mood.
A made bed makes the room feel less cluttered and more put together. While a cluttered room leads to a cluttered mind, there’s no better way to instantly clear a bit of anxious energy like making sure your room is put together. Making your bed every morning helps improve your mood and help put your mind at ease during the day. Scientists have found that the state of your home is often a reflection of the state of your mind, so give it the care and attention it deserves and reap the benefits of a calmer state of being.
These are just a few of the reasons we are huge advocates for making your bed every morning. Between boosting your mood and keeping your sheets nicer for longer, it’s really a no-brainer. Making your bed every morning is just the first step to a day that feels more put together, and let’s be honest, we could all use a little more of that in our lives.