Social distancing can be a blessing in disguise. For those who live alone, it could be isolating. However, it might make you feel better to think of it as an opportunity. You no longer have to look for help with project planning and management Wyckoff NJ, as you now have the time to get all those home projects done yourself.
Scan Old Photographs
Hopefully, you’ll never have water damage or a fire, but you don’t want to lose all your old photographs if you do. Take this time to scan your old pictures and save them to the cloud. Not only will it give you peace of mind, but a walk down memory lane could be just the pick-me-up you could use right now.
Destroy Old Documents
Paper takes up a lot of room, and let’s be honest; most of us don’t even know what we have anymore. Go through your saved invoices, receipts and documents. If they are essential, scan them into a folder as pdfs and keep them. If not, shred them, use the shredded paper for garden mulch and enjoy the extra storage. You’re welcome!
Get Real About Your Wardrobe
We all know how hard it is to part with that perfect sized x dress or sized y jeans that fit so perfectly back in the day. Now is the time to get real about whether you should hang onto them for another 10 years or donate them so that someone who needs clothes can use them now. If you haven’t used it in over a year, get rid of it.
Clean Out Your Pantry
Remember that great sale on canned soup that time? Nope, neither do we. Chances are you have many expired canned goods or baking staples in your pantry. Go through them and take the opportunity to give those shelves a good cleaning in the process. You’ll feel so proud of yourself!
If you’ve got to stay in, make the most of it. Crank up the tunes and get to work. You’ll feel lighter after finishing all those projects you’ve talked about doing.