Sometimes it doesn’t take much. A quick lick of paint on a wall facing west, windows left wide open on a frosty day, a shuffle of lamps, a new picture frame, a 90 degree turn of a table, a fresh bunch of your favourite flower, a clear out of clothes no longer worn.
Sometimes little things nourish the most. And little things attended to, even if only for five minutes here and there, all have value and all act as small deposits. Refreshing deposits which, like money, have the ability to accumulate and pay dividend over time. Giving attention to the place you call home. Possibly a very nourishing investment in your bank of well-being.