Nowday’s our life is so busy in managing stuffs, and do each and everything with perfection, there are many lifestyle blogs and food blogs who share’s the best of lifestyle activities with perfection and top notch. Family unite is must for every person, it makes them happy and promote happiness all around.
Meanwhile doing all this, they barely unite with family for a dinner and this leads to stress and unhappiness. So to live worry-free, here is IKEA created a beautiful video to let you forgot all things and just relax and enjoy the life as you want to be. Organize a simple dinner or lunch party, make some delicious food or your unique dish. Do interact with kids and take help of them, working together is fun.
This way you easily say ‘Goodbye’ to stress and ‘Welcome’ Happiness in your life.
We live in a world of lifestyle blogs, TV programs and cookbooks that are constantly raising the bar. Wherever we look we’re bombarded with images of perfection. In the new film “Let’s relax”, IKEA wants to start a conversation about the expectations that make our lives unnecessarily demanding.
“Let’s relax” wants to start a conversation about the expectations that make our lives unnecessarily demanding. IKEA wants to help you say “goodbye” to stress and “hello” to the joy of cooking, eating and being together. “Goodbye” following fashion, “hello” whatever makes you happy. “Goodbye” the “right” way – “hello” your way.
IKEA Life at Home reports : The IKEA Life at home report is an annual study, exploring the life at home of people around the world. They asked thousands of people around the world about life at home and explored the expectations that are stressing them out
You should spend a lot of quality time with family & friends
This is hard to do.
While 73% of people say they cook to make themselves feel at home, 42% say they lack time to cook everyday day. 34% of those living alone wish they could eat with others more often.
What if preparing and enjoying food together was the answer to sharing quality time?
Quality time comes in many forms. So, why not have fun and be productive at the same time? Prepare meals in advance and let everyone help out. It doesn’t matter if you do meals for the whole week or just the breakfasts. You can also squeeze in quality time in odd places, like when grandma teaches you her favourite recipe over Skype, or when you show everyone in the family how chores can be super fun. Kids are great helpers, so make your kitchen kid-friendly and invite them in.
Social media should unite & inspire.
It does, but it can also set impossible standards and make us feel inadequate.
Social media has a firm place in our homes: 23% of people think reliable wi-fi is more important than space at home for socializing. 60% of people say they use social media to explore food ideas. 16% of the 18-29 year olds eat & drink while online. 15% of these young people say they post pictures while eating. How does all this delicious inspiration affect how we think we should perform in the kitchen?
What if you could stop comparing yourself to others and recognize how great you are already?
Nobody is perfect. And we’ve got the kitchen confessions to prove it. Feel free to cook like no one is watching. And even if your results are lumpy and half-baked, share them with pride! Or choose to take a little media time-out and reconnect with friends in person, if that’s what you feel like doing. To post, or not to post – it’s up to you.
People’s homes should be spacious and inviting.
People feel their places are too small or not nice enough to welcome company
There’s pressure to keep up appearances. We feel most at ease when our kitchen is tidy & clean, 39% say their messy homes annoy them weekly. People think their kitchens and how they perform in them needs to be perfect.
What if imperfect is perfect enough?
Any space can be beautiful. And even a small space is full of possibilities. It’s your kitchen – be smart with the space you have and organize it the way you want. Learn some short cuts for cleaning up after the meal. Dine anywhere you want – it doesn’t take much. If you’re into napkin origami – go for it. If you want to use your leftover napkins for your next party – do it. Your way is the right way. And anyway, isn’t enjoying people’s company more important than the surroundings?
We should make better, more sustainable choices when it comes to food.
This is hard and we always feel guilty and that we should be doing better.
There is a growing consciousness about our impact on the planet and how our behaviour needs to change. On average, 15% of people feel guilty about owning too many things. 25% of urbanites feel guilty about how much food they throw away. 1 in 5 households regularly double up on food and drink items by accident.
What if you didn’t over-think it?
There are lots of easy ways to be healthier and live more sustainably. It could be as simple as going on the “See Food Diet”, where the food you see is the food you eat. No stress, no waste! A little pre-planning can help. Rewarding yourself every time you recycle will turn a chore into fun.