The idea of taking care gets engrained in our daily routines. We consider care now preventive and a possibility to clean and declutter rather than be a solution for momentary fatigue.
Spiritual practices such as mindfulness and self-care become mainstream as new means for connecting with ourselves and our collective consciousness.
Care and wellness are seen from a holistic perspective, including physical, social, mental, and emotional characteristics; therefore consumer wellness includes the individual, their close and next communities, as well as the impact on the planet (people-community-planet).
Joan C. Tronto
Author of Caring Democracy
The shift of what we consider to be wellness now is translated in our homes into feel-good aesthetics, pleasant to the eye, inviting us to touch and feel embraced.
How does it make me feel trumps functionality.
Contemplation design leverages the power to pause.
Introspection in uncluttered spaces becomes a recognized pathway to explore needs of self and identity.
As we shift into a more value-focused society in 2021, detecting human emotions and responding in an honest way to it, has become a major goal.
The question is, what happens when empathy becomes diluted as its worth ascends?
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