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Could a Mission Statement Help Your House?

Laura Gaskill
Publication date:
August 14, 2022
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Could a Mission Statement Help Your House?

Explore your style and tap into your values to create a home mission statement. Create an ideabook or file folder to collect tear sheets and ideas, and write down what drew you to each image. Look for themes that could become part of your mission statement. List your top priorities and how you can welcome them into your home, such as caring for the planet and making room for big family gatherings. Anything you hold dear should find a welcome place in your home.
The most important details in this text are that it is important to define how you want your home to feel, clarify the purpose of your home, refine your answers, and make a list of key words and phrases from your brainstorming and style folders. To do this, take a few minutes to list your top priorities and how you can welcome them into your home. For example, if caring for the planet is important for you, think about ways to be more eco-friendly at home. Additionally, look over everything you have gathered so far, from style folders to brainstorms, and begin searching for themes and key points that you might like to use in your mission statement.


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Laura Gaskill
Could a Mission Statement Help Your House?
August 14, 2022
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