Finally, Norcross and Guy ( 2007 ) noted that most approaches to self-care focus on changing the behaviors of the individual without adequately addressing environmental factors. An individual’s physical environment can affect wellbeing (Cook-Cottone 2015b ; Norcross and Guy 2007). There are several aspects of one’s physical space that may matter. The comfort and appeal of lighting, furniture, decorations, flooring, and windows can make a difference in the overall tone of a space (Norcross and Guy 2007 ). Barriers to daily functioning can play a large role in stress. Environmental micro-stressors can aggregate, chipping away at an individual’s resiliency and ability to cope (Cook-Cottone 2015b ). The environmental factor domain also addresses maintaining an organized work space, balancing work for others and addressing your own initiatives, wearing suitable clothes, and doing small things to make each day a little bit better (Cook-Cottone 2015b ).