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Especially during winter time or at chilly days, we keep windows more closed or shut. When it’s warm inside, moisture builds up, triggering the growth of bacteria and viruses. Keep the airflow going by opening the windows for at least 20 minutes a day. The fresh air will keep you active, focused, and productive during the day and will make you sleep well at night.

Other than their decorative purpose, plants are very important for our overall health and wellbeing. They produce oxygen, optimize humidity indoors and purify the air. Plants with the best purification capacity are the Monstera, Dracaena, Clusia, Spathiphyllum, Calathea, and of course the Ferns and Palms.

Clear your windows in order to let the light flow in. Open the curtains, blinds and remove obstructing large vases or any other artefacts from the windowsill. Even if you do not use a room that often. Light is positive energy and energy purifies.