Even as the COVID-19 vaccine is progressively being made available, it is still important for us to keep safe by following the recommended protocols like mask-wearing, maintaining social distancing, and washing of hands. Also of critical importance is keeping surfaces and surroundings constantly and properly disinfected from germs.
When you’re first moving into a new home, whether renting or buying, there’s no denying that it can be an exhilarating experience. However, it can also be quite a nerve-wracking one. That’s because we know that there’s plenty of room for errors of a disastrous proportion, even if we don’t know exactly what those are. So, to help you avoid those very same errors, we’re going to look at a few must-do prep steps before moving day arrives.
As a writer that can work from anywhere, my favorite days are when I can just stay at home. I don’t have to worry about traffic, spending money, and I can take naps or watch Netflix between deadlines. There are plenty of comfortable spots around the house for working and lounging, and one of my favorites is the living room. It’s bright, airy, and comfortable, so it’s the perfect spot to sit around to create content or read a good book.
Ever since I started living alone, I began to be more attuned to my home, seeing details I would not have noticed if I were still living with my family. I began to understand how demanding it is to maintain a house. One of the things I learned in my first month is: chores never end. It’s such a simple thing but it bears a different weight when you’re the one actually doing the chores.
Because of this, my dream home is a sustainable one, a house where I don’t have to worry about my health and one where I can just relax. I do so many things and I work mainly from home so I hope to create pockets of joy within this concrete block. For those looking for the same thing, you’ll appreciate the newly-launched O Home.