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3 Reasons Why You Should Rearrange Your Space Today

Avoid clutter while giving your home a quick makeover

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Photography: Dairy Darilag

If there's one thing that we're guilty of it's probably filling our house with a lot of stuff—from shoes, books, and bags—the items vary. Imagine waking up to tons of containers and boxes every single day! No need to worry as you can do something about it! This weekend, why not spare an hour or two and change things up in your home?

Consider decluttering your personal space and feel free to move a couple of pieces around. A fresh new look can contribute greatly to your overall well-being. You will surely wake up feeling more refreshed and relaxed. Interior designer Hannah Acab-Faustino shares 3 important reasons why you should move your furnishings around from time to time. 

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