Area Rugs in Greenfield

I first started battling with extreme anxiety due to low self esteem when I was a freshman in high school. Thoughts that had never occurred to me before began creeping into my mind, getting louder and louder as the days went on. It all started when I noticed how much bigger my calves were than all of my friends. I know, I know. Calves? Of all things to notice and be insecure about, my calves were the first for me. This was only the beginning, though. I started comparing myself to every girl I would see. I started to become obsessed with my appearance, and over the next 3 years, I developed an eating disorder. I began to watch everything I would put into my mouth. I counted calories, obsessively exercised, and was absolutely miserable. I remember some days all I would eat was one piece of fruit, and I thought that was an accomplishment. Fast forward to today, I have overcome my eating disorder and can happily say that, though I still battle with self-esteem and anxiety, I am more confident in my body than ever before. I was able to accomplish this by focusing on finding peace in my life. This came from counseling, meditation, yoga, mindful eating, and so much more. One of the most important aspects of my recovery, though, is having a safe space that I feel completely comfortable and at home in when I’m on the hunt for area rugs in Greenfield.


Every space that I have lived in since I began my journey to recovery, one of the first things I have to do is transform my bedroom into what I call my “sanctuary”. This consists of painting my walls a dreamy light blue, and organizing my furniture and decor in a way that makes me feel at ease. My sanctuary is the most important space in my home. It’s where I go to unwind, relax, meditate, read, practice yoga, and sit in stillness. The tranquil color palate, trinkets, statues, cozy blankets, dim lighting and overall ambiance of my sanctuary can calm me down with one step into the room. I can honestly say that without the ability to design my room with the decor that I feel comfortable with, my recovery would have been significantly more difficult.  I can confidently attribute my self-growth to my ability to design my space in a way that makes me happy and feel at peace.