For some, it’s a dream to work from home. But once you finally get your remote job, you might be surprised to learn that kicking back on the couch isn’t going to get the job done. Having
Dated: April 11 2020
With over 50 percent of the American population currently under mandatory stay-at-home orders, anyone with a non-essential job has suddenly found themselves with lots of extra free time. Between that and social distancing, there isn’t a better way to take advantage of the situation and tackle home projects like spring cleaning.
After all, while it’s difficult not to feel completely overwhelmed by stress, anxiety and uncertainty, it’s important to remember our homes are the one thing we have control over. While spring cleaning is a daunting task under any circumstances, it’s far less challenging if a specific plan of action is implemented.
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