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5 Ways to Create a Relaxing Environment While Home With the Kids

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A relaxed environment can even have teens staying at home more often.

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When you get off work for the day, or if you’re taking a midday break from your home-based job, your biggest priority is decompressing with a few moments of deep relaxation. With 75 percent of Americans believing their stress is at an unhealthy level, that soothing period of leisure is critically important for your physical and mental well-being.

But as a

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