You exercise. Take vitamins. You’re even on keto. But somehow, you still fall ill. Maybe, just maybe, it’s not you. It’s your house that’s unhealthy and that’s affecting you. So what do you do? Make it healthy by considering these four things: air quality, dust and pests, building materials, and water quality.
Before the COVID struck, many of us loved stopping at our favorite bars for a nightcap before coming home and calling it a day, or night. With the pandemic, many homeowners have taken to creating a kick-back-and-relax space in the comfort of their own homes for that much-needed drink after a long day of back to back conference calls.
I’ll be honest with you — I’m dreading the upcoming June holidays. Although COVID restrictions are lifting and more places of entertainment are opening up, as a parent who mostly works from home, I’m not looking forward to having my quiet late mornings and afternoons completely disrupted with my little monsters constantly whining that there’s nothing to do at home. My home is not equipped, and as such, neither am I.