As a parent of 2 young girls, I am forever trying to provide them with sage like wisdom. One of the easiest ones for them to follow, is making their beds. No, they don’t do it every day. However, every day that they do, I always smile when THEY notice the feeling they get when they return to their rooms after a long day of school and extracurricular activities. Making your bed every morning may seem like an unbearable feat, especially as you rush to get out the door in the morning. But a study from researchers at the Princeton University Neuroscience Institute found that an unorganized environment restricts your ability to focus and process information. While making your bed doesn’t necessarily declutter, it does give your bedroom a calmer, more put-together look that focuses your mindset to take on the day and calms you when you return home later.