As 2019 comes to an end, it’s a good time to reflect on achievements and lessons learned. What have you accomplished this year that you are proud of? What lessons have you learned about yourself and others? As I look back on 2019, it was a huge year of personal growth and development for me. As someone who doesn’t like conflict, I’ve learned to face my fears and deal with challenging and difficult personalities facing conflict head on with all of the Leo strength that is in me. I’ve learned to speak my truth as much as possible and I’ve learned to let go of toxic and negative people, places, things, and energy that no longer serve me. I’ve grown not only as an interior designer but as a spiritual soul breaking habitual human patterns to step into a new light and the start of a new cycle. 2020 is going to be a great year of change, growth, and mindful design. I can easily tell you that black kitchens, Geometric Wallpaper, bold patterns in Kitchens and Bathrooms, Mixed Metals, and Pantone’s color of the year, “Classic Blue” will be popular interior design trends, but I don’t think of “Color of the Year” or the latest home technology as a “design trend”. To me, the trend has always been a collective movement towards spiritual awakening, of going “home” where “home” is your soul. It’s about connecting with your soul, loving the amazing being that you are, and being at peace within yourself and in your surrounding space. It’s about mindfulness, spiritual awakening, and personal development to become the best version of you in the most authentic way possible. That is my definition of going “home”. Here are a few tips to creating a mindful home that connects with your soul on the deepest level.