turn (one's) mind to (something)

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turn (one's) mind to (something)

To apply one's attention, focus, and effort to something. I've been turning my attention to my writing again, because I'd been letting it fall by the wayside recently. We need to turn our minds to our defensive strategy if we want to start winning games.
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In fact, the opposite is true; this is actually the best time of year to turn your mind to your enclosures, carry out a climate review, and start to understand what changes or improvements need to be made."Visit www.pwe.mag.co.uk for the full release.
The Brookside carol, written by a year 4 class of eight and nine year olds, is entitled Turn Your Mind to Bethlehem, inspired by the five senses.
Anything you turn your mind to will help pump up all of your intelligent memory.
So your wish to turn your mind to general interior design is quite a good idea.