Are you happy with how your life is treating you when at home?
If things could in fact be better with life at home, are you going to take any action to improve it?
Take the time to review life at home and see where you may want some change sooner than later.
How Much Time Do You Spend at Home?
The Environmental Protection Agency notes an average American is indoors 93 percent of the time in various capacities. That translates to 87 percent indoors for things around the home, work and so on, and six percent in vehicles. Yes, that is a lot of time to not be outside for the average person.
That said you may feel now is the time to make improvements in your home life.
Among the ways to go about that:
1. Change the look – Unless renting and do not have permission to make notable changes, the floor is yours. That would be when it comes to deciding how your home looks. With that in mind, you may decide to do subtle changes or go all in and do some major work. Among the changes may be to bring more of the outside to the inside of your home. For example, if you have great views outside but are not getting to enjoy them, will you change that moving ahead? One potential option would be to install exterior sliding glass doors. Such doors give you the ability to not only take advantage of outside views, they are quite easy to operate. Along with security and the ability to control temps, you have great doors at great prices. Other changes can be adding on a room or two if space permits, redoing floors and cabinetry and more. Decide what works best for you in adding and redesigning and what makes sense for your wallet.
2. Set up exercise area – For many folks, you hear all too often how if they only had time and means to exercise they’d be in shape. That said you may be one of those individuals thinking such a thing. If so, you may opt if space allows setting up an exercise area in your home. From weights to an inside bike and more, you likely have a fair number of options. Having a home setup to exercise means doing away with the excuses of not having equipment. It then comes down to making sure you set aside some time for such workouts.
3. Adding a pet to the mix – If life seems to have been getting the better of you as of late, would you consider getting a pet? Pets can be quite the welcome addition to one’s home. If thinking a dog or cat, they can both bring you lots of unconditional love. They can also help you lower your stress over time. The key is making sure you have the time to devote to a pet so they can give you their time too.
In improving your life at home, what change or changes will you opt for?
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