Women's Health

Elevate the Everyday

Nice things—wedding china, fancy wineglasses, designer heels—are meant to be treasured, but they’re also meant to be used. “We passively wait for a special occasion to take out items we consider too precious for. “But we have the power to create joy.” His expert advice: Proactively plan a low-key event once a month where you can whip out an object you’ve been saving for major celebrations. Putting said good in more frequent rotation won’t take away from its glamour—it will actually make life feel a bit more glamorous.

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