While we may have no control over the air quality outside of our homes inside it’s a different story.
You might be surprised to know that the air inside our homes and other buildings we may frequent can be more polluted than the air outside.
Materials such as off-gassing from carpet cleaners, fire retardants, formaldehyde and even lead and house dust can have an impact on the air we breathe while we’re sleeping or just moving about our homes.
As the brisk air announces the approach of colder weather, more of us will retreat inside after the active summer months. But if you were just mastering the art of get-togethers in the age of the coronavirus, you don’t have to stop. With these tips for entertaining outdoors year-round, you’ll have more time to see all the faces you’ve been missing in the open air.
Having a budget is important, but one of its most important benefits is mental rather than physical.
It’s true. Making – and sticking to – a budget is important to your peace of mind because it means you’ve got a plan.
It gives you hope.
If you’re among the millions of people now working from home as a result of the pandemic, you may be dreaming of the days you spent away from home at “the office”.
Lunches with co-workers have been replaced by quick grab ‘n’ go leftover reheats or…for the most time-poor among us, adding GrubHub to your phone’s speed-dial.
While you can set up shop in the corner of a closet or room, if setting aside – or building – an entire room for your home office is just not feasible, there are ways around it.
Enter the “portable office”.
The concept is not new.
From real estate agents to door to door salesmen, setting up a mobile/portable office is not a new idea.