Have you ever thought about the way you use the different spaces in your dwelling? It can be natural to blur the lines between what each space is for.
For example, you may find yourself working at the kitchen table. Or watching your favourite TV show from bed. Or scrolling social media while you take a shower.
While there is nothing inherently wrong about using each space in any way you desire, considering what each space is best suited for can help delineate where your mind is.
Spaces can be cues for activity. This is helpful for building disciplined practices.
Imagine you had a couch in your living room or hosting area reserved for journalling. If you were trying to build more mindfulness into your days, then this couch would become a mental cue that you are about to focus on a self-care practice.