What do you consider to be the most important room in a house? Why is this room more important to you than any other room? Use specific reasons and examples to support your opinion.

Each day, we wake up in the bedroom at the beginning of the day, having breakfast in the dining room, then go out for work or school. And after we come back at night, we take a shower in the bathroom, having chats in the living room or on the balcony. There are so many rooms in everyone's house, and each room served different functions. For me, I personally think the bedroom appears to be the most important room. First and foremost, the bedroom is a place where we sleep every day. If I don't sleep well, I won't get the job done perfectly the next day. According to scientific research, it shows that if people didn't sleep well, then both their physical health and mental health will be affected severely. To have a proper sleep time, you need place to create a good environment for sleep, so that you can have the energy for the next day. In addition, a chamber is a place where I can be creative because the chamber gives me my own area to pop up many unique ideas. Steve Jobs once said, "creativity is just connecting things. " When I am in the chamber, it perfectly becomes the place to organize thoughts and find the linkage between things on my own, and that is where the creative comes from. Eventually, a cubicle is a room to find peace of mind. It is no doubt that having chat with members at home gives me joy and feel warm. However, we still need our space when we have an argument or having a bad mood after a long day. When we need space to let go of the bad mood, a cubicle is a perfect spot to do so. Having personal space can not only spend time to figure out how to respond properly to a situation or fight but also prevent me to bring bad temper to the other member under the same roof. In a nutshell, having a bedroom makes me become healthier, being more creative and enables me to find peace of mind. That's the reason why the bedroom is more important to me.
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